St Stephano, Corfu, Greece
- Walk to restaurants and beach
- Car hire not necessary
About the villa
With its back against the village and its toes in the water, this is one of the original family houses to be built in the picturesque village. Costas has character and simple comforts, a couple of bedrooms and balconies front and back, and all the basics for a traditional Greek island holiday. But most of all, Costas has one of the best positions in St Stephano. Perfectly placed for yacht-spotting over a leisurely al fresco lunch, the villa’s balcony is a ringside seat for the buzz of the pretty bay, harbour-front shops and tavernas really are ‘on the doorstep’, and the villa has its own little fishing jetty just across the road.A two storey house, the CV Villas accommodation is on the upper level, reached by outdoor steps, while the owners live unobtrusively on the ground floor. The beach is a five minute stroll away and, if you hire a car, there is easy access to all the northeast coast villages, for windsurfing in Avlaki, water sports from Kalami, and up-tempo nightlife in Kassiopi.
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"Accommodation exceeded expectations."
- Sitting/dining room
- Shower room
- Double bedroom with bathroom en suite
- Twin bedroom
- Front and rear balcony
- Air conditioning in all bedrooms
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- Shops, restaurants and bars St Stephano 100m
- Café & taverna Kerasia 1.6km
- Tavernas and water sports Avlaki 3.2km
- Tennis 4.9km
- Restaurants, bars, supermarkets and nightlife Kassiopi 5.6km
- Shops and restaurants & watersports Kalami 9km
- Taverna & beach bar Kalamaki 10.3km
- Golf at Ropa Valley 43km
- 5 minutes' walk
- Corfu Airport 40km
As you navigate the winding hill dotted with olive trees and beehives, St Stephano glimpsed far below looks every bit the archetypal Greek fishing village. Lining a horseshoe-shaped bay facing the Albanian mountains, it is a scattering of houses, a succession of tavernas, and a series of jetties, all set in a wooded amphitheatre dotted with elegant villas and cypress trees. It is striking, yet still has working fishing boats; a St Stephano holiday is a retreat of simple pleasures.
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