- Breathtaking sea views
- Contemporary design
- Close to beach, shops and restaurants
About the villa
- Open plan sitting/dining area opening to terrace
- Kitchen with breakfast bar
- Shower room
- Double bedroom with shower room en suite opening to terrace
- Twin bedroom opening to terrace
- Satellite TV (limited English speaking channels)
- DVD Player
- Bluetooth portable speaker
- Air conditioning throughout
PRIVATE INFINITY POOL
- 9m x 4.6m
- 1m x 1.8m deep
- Built-in steps
- Ladder Access
- Outdoor shower
- Pool towels
The house is recommended for families with older children due to wide gaps in the railings.
A guest house, on a lower level with separate access and not overlooking the property or pool area, is used on occasion and unobtrusively by the owner.
EOT Tourist Licence number: MHTE 0831K91000535501
In the Ionian family of islands, Lefkada is the black sheep. For a start, it is connected to the mainland by a causeway and bridge, and so does not have to rely on ferries. Unlike the rest of the archipelago, it was conquered by the Ottoman Empire, and pronounced Turkish influences give it more in common with the mainland. Lefkada holidays take you to something of an under-appreciated—and slightly oddball—gem, with intricate lagoons and marshes, spectacular cliffs, bays, and headlands, and some of the best beaches in Greece. In addition to Lefkada Town and Nidri, there are smaller resorts on the east coast at Perigiali, Nikiana and Lygia; and regular ferries ply between Lefkada and the nearby islands of Meganissi, Ithaca, and Kefalonia.
Find out more about Lefkada.
Small boats and speedboats can be pre-booked prior to departure, from one day rental up to the full length of your stay. Boats can be either be delivered straight to your villa in Geni or collected from our supplier in Nidri or closer to your villa in Perigiali, Nikiana, Sivota or Vassiliki for a delivery fee. Petrol is paid for locally. Early reservation is recommended especially for July and August. UK boat licences will no longer be valid in Europe from January 2021 due to Brexit. Smaller size boats can still be hired without a licence which remains unchanged.