- Walk to the beach
- airy living areas
- Lovely private pool
About the villa
Contemporary, comfortable and quietly positioned close to the sea, this is a lovely family villa in Kefalonia. A rural retreat for a really relaxing holiday, it is equally attractive for two couples. Clean lines and cool colours add to the feeling of spaciousness in this single-storey villa, beautifully designed by its young Athenian owners, with quality fixtures and furnishings. The villa’s airy kitchen/living room opens on to a shaded veranda and al fresco dining area, and each of the three stylishly uncluttered bedrooms has direct access to the terrace or garden. South-facing and sun-drenched, the grounds are softly laid to lawn, surrounding an inviting swimming pool, and gazing out over a green valley to the sea and offshore islet of Dias.
Adjacent to the pool there is a lovely shaded area with barbecue, sink, table and seating. Antigone seems purpose built for calm serenity, yet it is also well positioned for easy access to the islands attractions. Klismata beach is a short but steep walk away. Spartia is a five minute drive from the villa, with its beach and charming maze of streets, housing a handful of shops and tavernas, and the nearest family-run taverna, just up the hill, will deliver food to your door. Water sports at Lassi are fifteen minutes away.
Please note that these pictures are of the sister property Arethusa which is adjacent to, and a mirror image of Antigone. In our view Antigone has better privacy.
- 9m x 4m
- 1.2m x 1.7m deep
- Built-in steps
- Pool towels
- Washing machine
- Insect screens
EOT Tourist Licence number: 0830K10000821201
Service & Staffing
- Welcome pack
- Maid service 2 hours per day 2 day(s) per week
- Linen change 2 day(s) per week
Available on request at an additional cost
- Cook service
Kefalonia is the largest island of the Ionian Islands, however it is not best known for its size but for its unspoiled beauty, stunning sandy beaches, lush forests, spectacular mountains and for neighbouring with Ithaca, the homeland of one of the most famous myths of Ancient Greece’s culture: Ulysses. The island’s wartime travails were recorded in the novel and film Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, which did much to put Kefalonia holidays on the map. Whichever part of the island you choose for your villa holiday, you’ll be sure to find your own little slice of paradise nearby.