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A very well preserved luxurious traditional neoclassical building, elegantly decorated in a landscaped plot of 35.000 sq. m. with Fruit, olive trees and a vineyard, tennis and basketball yard, and a large swimming pool with panoramic views to the sea the mountain and the garden consist a unique choice in the entire region for your vacation guaranteeing full privacy, away from the hasty nasty noise of the cities.

Die Unterkunft
Operates under the official license of the Hellenic tourist organization, No (MHTE 0415K91000447901).
The Villa is located on the Western side of Peloponnese and more specifically in the Prefecture of “Ilia”, 30 kilometres away from ancient Olympia, where the beauty of the landscape as well as the great sea, justify why the ancients chose this enchanting region to organize the Olympic Games.
The sandy beach of “Agia Marina” is accessible from the Villa in walking distance and in a 10-minute drive from the beautiful beaches of “Kourouta” and “Skafidia” (marked with blue flag), the medieval castle in “Kyllini”, of great interest, the protected Natura “Kaiafa Lake "and in 40 minutes distance by car, the tourist port of “Katakolo”. In the village of “Douneika” going on foot in 10 minutes, the visitor can obtain food supplies from the mini market for the everyday needs and fresh fragrant bread from the bakery and In the case of a need for medication, a drug store is available in the village. Within 10 to 15 minutes by car to “Amaliada” and “Pyrgos” direction, one can find many supermarkets, shops, restaurants, taverns and hospitals.
The Villa is surrounded by a garden 35000m2, was built in 1893 and has been declared a historic monument by the Ministry of culture. On 2004 ended the building restoration with all modern standards. The building consists of two floors. The first floor has an office whose windows come in a very large terrace overlooking the sea and around the garden, two bedrooms one of which has a balcony with views of the sea and the other window with views of the sea. These rooms share a bathroom. The master bedroom with a balcony overlooking the garden and the mountains, and the bathroom that comes out to the terrace.
The ground floor consists of two bedrooms with French windows with access directly into the garden and pool view, two bathrooms, living room with double sided fireplace with living room in front of each side, dining room and a corner office. There is also a kitchen fully equipped, that communicates with an extra dining and living space (a covered patio), with panoramic views of the garden and the pool.
The garden is so designed as to provide security for residents. The land is fenced everywhere and furthermore covered by plants and trees around guaranteeing full privacy from neighbours. The home embraced by 9000m2 lawn with flower beds full of flowers and plants and the combination of blue water of the swimming pool, the green grasses and the smells of flowers give the impression to the visitor that he is in Heavenly environment. The Orchard, a few counts more away, causes to try seasonal fruits, and if feeling tired may rest for a while under the shadow of towering trees, can also if need to meditate to visit the picturesque Chapel of “Agios Fanourios”. If you still want to take care of the physical training health, in addition to the 18-inch length pool and 3.- inch depth, near the diving board, there is also the tennis and the basketball yard, where can be practised which hour of the day you like, even at night under the headlights. Before swimming in the pool, and afterwards, one can take a shower using either one of the two bathrooms located in the space next to the garage and near to the stadium. You may also visit the vineyards and taste the delicious wine of the estate beside the wonderful oil of premium quality, produced from the olive groves of the estate. The resident will become even more comfortable with the care and help of the staff living discretely in a separate house nearby. The evenings can be enjoyed under the starlit sky-lit pool next to a fabulous meal with baked in BQ and then have a drink before sleeping in a cool gazebo. If there are privately owned or rented cars the garage provides two secure parking locations. In the case of more cars, there are shady spots for parking in specific parts of the garden.

Zugang für Gäste
-The entrance lobby
-The living room
-The dining space
-The ground floor bedrooms
The ground floor bathrooms
-The 1st-floor bedrooms
-The balcony
-The swimming pool and its surroundings
-The Gazebo and the garden
-The garage and the parking space

-The 1st-floor bathrooms

Weitere wichtige Hinweise
For the comfort of all guets, a care-taker, is at their disposal
The care-taker is very discreat and lives in a sma;; guest house inside the estate and entirely detached from the villa.

Lizenznummer
MHTE 0415K91000447901. AMA 00000750064
A very well preserved luxurious traditional neoclassical building, elegantly decorated in a landscaped plot of 35.000 sq. m. with Fruit, olive trees and a vineyard, tennis and basketball yard, and a large swimming pool with panoramic views to the sea the mountain and the garden consist a unique choice in the entire region for your vacation guaranteeing full privacy, away from the hasty nasty noise of the cities…

Schlafgelegenheiten

Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett
Schlafzimmer 2
1 Doppelbett
Schlafzimmer 3
1 Doppelbett
Schlafzimmer 4
1 Doppelbett
Schlafzimmer 5
1 Einzelbett

Ausstattung

Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück
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Waschmaschine
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Erste-Hilfe-Set
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Amaliada, Peloponnese / Agia Marina/Elis /, Griechenland

The Surroundings
•At 500 m. walking distance lies the “Agia Marina” beach and at 800 m, you can swim at “Palouki" beach”, besides at 1 km. distance, you can reach to the “kouroutas “beach
•At (500 m.), is the “Agia Marina” beach and at (800m), you can swim at “Palouki beach”, at 1k.m from the house, you can reach the “kouroutas" beach
•At “Agia Marina’ beach after swimming, you can taste fresh fish and Greek cuisine in either one of the 2 local taverns.
• In “Kourouta” you can find a variety of taverns and restaurants, café-bars, as well as nightclubs.
•At the village (500 m.) there is a bakery shop, with excellent bread, cookies, sweets, croissant, and a variety of pies, as well as a mini market, for your first needs, drug store, and a café.
•In “Amaliada” town (5 km), from the property, you can shop at big supermarkets. Restaurants, taverns, café & bars, hairdressers, hospitals, & a variety of different shops for shopping therapy.
•In “Pyrgos” town, being the capital of the prefecture of Ilia, in a driving distance of 13k.m. away from the property you can find almost everything you wish.

•It is worth visiting:
•The unique beauty of "Strofylia" Forest
A strip of vibrant nature! In the northwestern part of the Peloponnese lies "Strofylia" forest. An amazing natural reserve has grown on this tiny peninsula, separating Lake «Prokopos» from the Ionian Sea by a thin strip of pine- trees.The forested area and the adjacent "Kotychi" Lagoon have created a fascinating mosaic of seaside natural habitats. Through time, sand dunes along the coast, sculptured by the waves and the sea currents, have formed “Prokopos” Lake, “Kotychi” Lagoon and the “Strofylia” Forest, creating an exquisite natural environment. It is a national park of 22 km² which is part of the Natura 2000 network and is protected under the “Ramsar” Convention.
•The waterfalls of Neda
Southerly Ancient Olympia, in the limits of prefectures Ilia and Messenia, in the geographic apartment of Peloponnese and a lot near the extensive space of Ancient “Figalias” is found the gorge of “Neda”.
•The famous lake of “Kotychi” it is a magnificent place for nature, fauna and flora with many unique characteristics. The protected area extends from “Mavra Vouna” of “Araxos” Cape in the north to the salt pans of “Lehena” in the south, and from the “Patras” - Pyrgos highway to the Ionian Sea in the west. Almost the entire western front is occupied with coastal shifting dunes of exceptional natural beauty, extending for tenths of metres in the interior, sparsely vegetated with sand plants and dwarf pines.
•A system of slow running or still water bodies isolated or seasonally connected crosses all over the area. The outflow to the sea is inhibited by the natural barrier of the coastal dunes, and the main water bulk forms three lagoons, “Kotychi”, “Prokopos” and Pappas from south to north.
•The medieval castle of Chlemoutsi in Kyllini (20km drive distance),
It is built on the summit of a hill with an extensive view of the plain of Elis and the Ionian Sea. It was established by Prince Geoffrey I Villehardouin in 1220-1223 and it became the strongest fortress of the Frankish participate of Achaia. After the end of Frankish domination, Chlemoutsi gradually lost its importance. It remained though in continuous use, under Greek, Venetian or Turkish domination, until the Greek War of Independence. The castle underwent small scale works only by the Turks. Thus, it preserved its strong Frankish character almost intact and today it forms a striking example of fortress architecture of the Frankish era in Peloponnese.
•The world famous Ancient area and Stadium of Ancient Olympia (31 km drive from the property)
•Olympia (Greek: Ὀλυμπία; Ancient Greek: [olympía]; Modern Greek:
Olymbía), is a small town in Elis on the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece, famous for the nearby archaeological site of the same name, which was a major Panhellenic religious sanctuary of ancient Greece, where the ancient Olympic Games were held. The site was primarily dedicated to Zeus and drew visitors from all over the Greek world as one of a group of such "Panhellenic" centres which helped to build the identity of the ancient Greeks as a nation. Despite the name, it is nowhere near Mount Olympus in northern Greece, where the Twelve Olympians, the major deities of Ancient Greek religion, were believed to live. The Olympic Games were held every four years throughout Classical antiquity, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD The archaeological site held over 70 significant buildings, and ruins of many of these survive, although the main Temple of Zeus survives only as stones on the ground. The site is a major tourist attraction and has two museums, one devoted to the ancient and modern games.
•The Temple of “Epikourios Apollona” at the same distance
This famous temple to the god of healing and the sun was built towards the middle of the 5th century B.C. in the lonely heights of the Arcadian mountains. The temple, which has the oldest Corinthian capital yet found, combines the archaic style and the serenity of the Doric style with some daring architectural features.
•The “Katakolo” town, in a drive distances of 10 kilometres a cruise ship hub seaside town situated on a headland overlooking the Ionian Sea and separating the Gulf of “Kyparissia” from the rest of the Ionian Sea.
•The natural spas, by the lake of “Kaiafa”
•The “Neda’s” waterfalls: Southerly Ancient Olympia, in the limits of prefectures Ilia and Messenia, in the geographic apartment of Peloponnese and near the extensive space of Ancient “Figalias” is found the gorge of Neda.
•A full day excursion to the island of Zakynthos (66.4 kilometres from the property
The ancient Greek poet Homer mentioned Zakynthos in the Iliad and the Odyssey, stating that its first inhabitants were the son of King Dardanos of Arcadia, called Zakynthos, and his men.[citation needed] Before being renamed Zakynthos, the island was said to have been called Hyrie. Zakynthos was then conquered by King Arkesios of Kefalonia, and then by Odysseus from Ithaca. Zakynthos participated in the Trojan War and is listed in the Homeric Catalogue of Ships which, if accurate, describes the geopolitical situation in early Greece at some time between the Late Bronze Age and the eighth century BCE. In the Odyssey, Homer mentions 20 nobles from Zakynthos among a total of 108 of Penelope's suitors.
•Navagio (shipwreck) bay
Famous landmarks include the Navagio beach, a cove on the northwest shore isolated by high cliffs and accessible only by boat. Numerous natural "blue caves" are cut into cliffs around Cape Skinari, and accessible only by small boats.[13] Keri, on the south of the island, is a mountain village with a lighthouse. The whole western shore from Keri to Skinari contains rock formations including arches. Cliffs and stone arches at Cape Marathia
Northern and eastern shores feature numerous wide sandy beaches, some of which attract tourists in summer months. The largest resort is Laganas. Marathonissi islet (also known as "Turtle Island") near Limni Keriou has tropical vegetation, turquoise waters, beaches, and sea caves. Bochali hill above the Zakynthos town contains a small Venetian castle.
•Another full day excursion to the island of “ Kefalonia”
The main island of the regional unit is Cephalonia and has a size of 773 km2 (300 mi2), with a population density of 55 people per km2 (140/mi2). The town of Argostoli has one-third of the island's inhabitants. Lixouri is the second major settlement, and the two town’s together account for almost two-thirds of the prefecture's population.
Important natural features include Melissani Lake, the Drogarati caves, and the Koutavos Lagoon in Argostoli.
The island has a rich biodiversity, with a substantial number of endemic and rare species. Some areas have been declared a site in the European Union’s Natura 2000
Fauna
Cephalonia is well known for its endangered Loggerhead turtle population, also known as the Caretta-caretta turtle, which nests on many of the beaches along the south coast of the island. A small population of the endangered Mediterranean monk seal, Monachus-monachus, also lives around the island's coast, especially on parts of the coast which are inaccessible to humans due to the terrain. Caves on these parts of the coast offer ideal locations for the seals to give birth to their pups and nurse them through the first months of their lives. The most famous breeding ground in Cephalonia is a cave on Foki beach, located on the north-east coast near Fiskardo.
The European pine marten also inhabits the island.
Over 200 species of birds have been spotted on the island.
The Surroundings
•At 500 m. walking distance lies the “Agia Marina” beach and at 800 m, you can swim at “Palouki" beach”, besides at 1 km. distance, you can reach to the “kouroutas “beach
•At (500 m.)…

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