Luxury 3 bedroom Villa in Livathos with fabulous views to the front across the sea to the Island of Zakynthos, along with the dramatic Mount Aenos as its backdrop. Livathos is recommended as 'the' place to stay in Daily Telegraph's article, 'Kefalonia, the prefect break' http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/greece/greekislands/7988597/Kefalonia-Greek-Islands-the-perfect-break.html
Located on the outskirts of the charming village of Karavados, the Villa is very modern, fully air conditioned with a private pool. Within a few minutes drive lies a superb selection of beautiful sandy beaches and traditional Greek Tavernas. Ground floor provides spacious open plan living accommodation with comfortable lounge, dining area and fully equipped modern kitchen. First floor comprises master bedroom with double bed, sea views and is ensuite with bath/shower & feature porthole window. Second bathroom with shower, all 3 bedrooms have their own balcony - bedrooms 2 & 3 have twin beds.
Perfect for either relaxing or sightseeing: You can elect to chill out around the pool at the Villa or there are watersports facilities at nearby Lourdas beach. Makris Gialos, only 10-15 minutes drive away, is a busy beach in the resort of Lassi and has a full range of watersports facilities such as waterskiing, windsurfing, parasailing, scuba diving, etc. The Villa is a short driving distance away from a number of beautiful sandy beaches and traditional Greek Tavernas. The Villa's private swimming pool measures 8m x 4m and is 1.2m at shallow end and 1.7m at deep end. The pool and sun area to the rear of the property is finished in Albanian stone, as is the driveway, where there is ample parking for at least two vehicles. Six sunbeds and two poolside tables are available together with two large parasols, garden table and 6 chairs. A traditional Greek barbeque is also fitted outside. There is a lawned area to the front and side of the Villa, which is walled and gated. The garden benefits from external lighting.
Places to visit on Kefalonia: The Villa is a great base to explore the island's many attractions, such as the nearby St Georges Castle, where the views over the South West coat and Argostoli bay are simply stunning. Sami is a picturesgue port on the East coast and the nearby Drogarati Caves are stalagmatic caves thought to be 150 million years old. Melissani Lake is an underground cave with a lake and when the midday sun hits the turquoise-blue waters, it creates a magical illusion filling the cave with blue light. Assos is a tiny village on the North-West coast built on a small peninsula dominated by the ruins of a 16th century Venetian castle and is not too far from Myrtos beach, one of the most photographed beaches in the world. Fiskardo is another picturesque fishing village on the North coast and is one of the few villages not to be destroyed in the earthquake of 1953. St Gerassimos' (the island's patron saint)Monastery is at the heart of the island and the interior is decorated with breathtaking murals.
Travel Arrangements: Easyjet, Ryanair, Flybe, Thomson, Thomas Cook, Jet 2, Norwegian.com, Germania and Small Planet airlines fly direct to Kefalonia from various UK airports including Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Leeds/Bradford, London Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton and Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle. Check airline or travel comparison websites for flight prices and availability. Ferries sail to Kefalonia from Brindisi, Italy and Astakos, Kyllini and Patra on mainland Greece and Nidri and Vasiliki on Lefkas.
Ferries sail to Kefalonia from Brindisi, Italy and Astakos, Kyllini & Patra on mainland Greece and Nidri & Vasiliki on Lefkada.