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Client Reviews for Meltemi/Levante

The villa was magnificent. The staff were impeccable. The representative (Mandy) was witty, courteous and knowledgable and excessively helpful.

This villa has gorgeous views and we really enjoyed staying here. A few things to recommend - Greek night in Maganos is really good fun. Elli's by far was the best restaurant, food is great and good value for money. Fiscardo boat hire is excellent and great fun. Dafnoudi and Kamilia beach. Foki beach is nearby and if you rent a boat there is a gorgeous cave which is a little bit of a swim from the beach. We hope you have a great time at Levante!

We've had a fabulous time at Levante. You could never tire of that view!11 days and we've never felt the need to go south of Assos. Favourite beaches - Dafnoudi (but take something to lie on), Jeusalem, Assos, Emblissi (really nice with Greek feel). A highlight for us was the boat trip - take a full day - we set off at 10am and had loads of time to get over to Ithaka, up to Stavros for a meal, round to Dafnoudi etc. Elli's restaurant in Fiscardo is by far the best and Odysseus at Jerusalem beach is fab. Our final tip - get some rubber shoes for the sea! Invaluable on the pebbles.

Lovely villa & beautiful location. Would happily return one day.

We have had such a wonderful time at Levante and Kefalonia itself, although we do confess to not havng seen a great deal of it! The peaceful setting of the villa, that unforgettable view and the cool inviting pool have all seen many a long hot day spent here or in the very near vicnity. We enjoyed Elli's in Fiscardo. Eblissi and Foki beach both good for snorkelling. Picnic in Antipata - what wonderful food! We also hear they do great eggs Benedict on a Sunday. A trip to Melissani lake near Sami, it is undeniably beautiful. Close to Sami is Antisamos beach which has a good set up for families with free parosols, loungers and even wifi. We hope you enjoy it all as much as we did!
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