KEFALONIA Pessada VILLA Sleeps 4

KEFALONIA ISLAND area PESSADA 
Luxury Villa Sleeps 4 
Bedrooms Double 2 Sleeps 4
Sofa Bed 1 Sleeps 1
Private Pool, Garden, Gym

Local Beach 400 m

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Description

KEFALONIA ISLAND area PESSADA
Luxury Villa Sleeps 4 / 5
Bedrooms Double 2, Sleeps 4
Sofa Bed Sleeps 1
Private Pool, Garden, Gym, 
Sea View
Local Beach 400 m 



A luxury private villa with swimming pool with a large garden, including plot of land 450 sq.m All located in the wonderful village Passada which is 8 km from Argostoli and just 0.4 km from the small sandy beach of Passada.



  • Villa area House 130 sq.m 
  • Floors 2 / Levels Ground & 1st Floor
  • Garden views, swimming pool, +sea view & Local area
  • Bedrooms 2 Double 
  • Fitted wardrobes 
  • Master Bedroom 1 Queen size bed,
  • Private Bathroom 
  • Balcony with amazing sea view
  • Bedroom 1 Double Bed Sleeps 2
  • Next to main bathroom & entrance to pool. 
  • Utility room with a sofa turns into bed
  • Sofa Bed Bed Sleeps 1
  • Air Condition
  • TV in all bedrooms   
  • Bathrooms 2 with Shower
  • Fully Fitted Kitchen 
  • Lounge with open Fireplace 
  • Fixtures and Fittings Sofas & Decor
  • TV & Free WiFi
  • Terrace and Balconies 
  • Gym
  • Storage area 
  • Garden including Barbecue. 
  • Swimming pool  
  • Garden and Sea View                   
  • Parking parking for 2 cars

 

Notes

Kefalonia Island is the largest island in the Ionian Sea covering an area of 786 square km and its the sixth largest island of Greece and one of the most stunning Islands for natural scenery.

The capital of Kefalonia and Ithaki is Argostoli and the population is under 40,000 inhabitants. The coastline which is 254 km long, reveals a rich horizontal division.
Strips of land penetrate the sea, forming the peninsulas of Palikis in the west side and of Elios-Pronni on the north side, where the sea forms broad bays.
The main harbours are Sami, in front of Ithaki, and Argostoli, in the west, which was the ancient natural strategic naval base.
 The bays of Mirtos and of Athera in the north and Lourdata and Kateleiou in the south are known for their enchanting beaches that attract many visitors each year. The geological events of the island are the sinks, the cave of Drogarati and lake-cave of Melissani.
 As far as the attractions are concerned, the most important sights are the Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, the Naval and Environmental Museum of Fiskardo, with information on the history of the island, the marine life and the natural beauty, the Natural History Museum of Kefalonia and Ithaki, at Daygata, the ecclesiastical Museum of Holy Monastery of Saint Andrea Milapidia, where there are exposed ecclesiastical heirlooms,paintings, pictures and murals and the Monastery of Saint Gerasimos (or New Jerusalem).

The Island produces excellent wines and are part of the tradition of Kefalonia, with Rompola being the most prominent variety of wine, while the cuisine includes well known, traditional dishes of Kefalonia, such as kreatopita and aliada. 
The natural beauty of the Island has brought in a rapid development in tourism and it continues to be well sought after because of its enchanting beauty.

Close to local shops and amenities and in just 0,4 km there is a small tavern with music and a mini market 
Property close to the local beaches and sea  
In 4 km there are big supermarkets approx 5 minutes by car
Airport is 8 km away 

 

Prices

 

May, June € 270 per Night
July€ 310 per Night
August€ 360 per Night
September€ 270 per Night
October to AprilCLOSED

 

 

Location Map 

 

Google map    38° 8'23.70"N /   20°30'41.41"E