Looking for a villa holiday in Kefalonia? Look no further, these are the hottest properties on the island.
With an air of sweet smelling citrus fruits circling jagged and rocky peaks and floating across long, sandy beaches, it is hardly surprising that the Greek island of Kefalonia remains a popular holiday destination. Intent on finding you the highest-quality of properties off the beaten track, we’ve introduced a new portfolio of properties for Kefalonia 2011.
Surrounded by rolling verdure hillsides clad with pine trees, fir trees and olive groves, at the bottom of a private road, the house of Hlazeika, will guarantee to satisfy yearnings for breathtaking scenery, tranquillity, stunning sunsets and accommodation exuding quality and character. This stunning villa sleeps eight and is made out of locally hewn granite which enhances its charm, uniqueness and exquisiteness endlessly. The captivating views and mesmerizing sunsets can be enjoyed by the property’s impressive private pool, which can be heated in the ‘brisker’ months, or accompanied with a barbeque in the built-in barbeque area.Hlazeika, a very family friendly villa in Kefalonia
Hlazeika is just four kilometres from the lively town of Scala, sheathed by a 3km Blue Flagged beautiful sandy beach.This magnificent property which perfectly blends tradition with modernity costs £950 a week in May rising to £2895 in peak season.
For travellers seeking a ‘cottage’ accommodation with a Greek twist, Katelios Bay View is the property you are looking for. This two bedroom, two bathroom country cottage has retained many traditional features, such as wood beamed ceilings and exposed brickwork and stone and oozes with character and charm. Step outside Katelios Bay View and sunbath next to the private infinity pool, dine on some of the delicious local produce in the built-in barbeque area, or simply breath in the fresh and sweet smelling Kefalonia air.Katelios Bay View has two bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and some rather breathtaking views
This delightful property is located just one kilometre from the small and laid back fishing village of Katelios, which, with its heavenly seafood restaurants, intriguing mini markets, attractive little harbour and beautiful beach, is a highly pleasurable place to experience this truly magnificent Greek island.
A week’s rental at Katelios Bay View costs £750 in May rising to £1995 in peak season.