Liodentra Villa

Peloponnese, Greece

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From £4,778 per week

or call +44 (0)20 7261 5499

Months Prices
April 2020 From £4,778
May 2020 From £4,778
July 2020 From £6,071
October 2020 From £4,778

Prices are based on 2 sharing for 7 nights.

Our view

Twin sister-houses in a huge olive grove with direct access to the beach, Liodentra’s lovely villas, in the heart of the Peloponnese Mani Peninsula, are a real treat in the ‘real Greece’.

In brief

  • Stunning location
  • Walk to the beach
  • Large private pool

About the villa

With its history dating back to Homeric times, its setting between the sea and the Taygetos slopes perfect for coast and country exploration, and its traditional tavernas sprinkled at the water’s edge, Kardamyli is an idyll for the Grecophile. A ten minute walk from the village centre and just a stroll through the grounds from Ritsa beach, Liodentra encapsulates the timeless charm of the area, while incorporating very contemporary comforts. The matching main villas, Ena and Thio (‘One’ and ‘Two’), are furnished individually, elegantly blending comfortable sofas and cool-toned décor with character and colour in Persian rugs and Swedish dowry chests.
Each has a kitchen, living room and double bedroom on the ground floor, a sitting area and twin bedroom above, and a timber decked al fresco dining terrace overlooking the twelve metre swimming pool. The adjacent annexe offers privacy for the fifth en suite bedroom, and all are air-conditioned. Perfect for two families or a group of friends, excellent service is a hallmark here.

“The villa was beautiful and couldn’t have been more convenient for the beach and town. Kardamyli was a gem of a place – we loved it. We absolutely loved our holiday and the villa arrangement was perfect as we were travelling with grandparents and young teenagers.”

Villa details


Ena-Ground Floor

  • Living/ dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Double bedroom with shower room en suite opening to terrace

Ena-First Floor

  • Large landing/seating area
  • Shower room
  • Twin bedroom with shower room en suite

Thio-Ground Floor

  • Living/dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Double bedroom with shower room en suite opening to terrace

Thio-First Floor

  • Large landing/seating area
  • Twin bedroom with shower room en suite

Ground Floor Annexe

  • Twin bedroom (can be made up as double) with shower room en suite



  • Complimentary cot
  • Complimentary highchair
  • Children's play area


  • Built-in barbecue


  • 2xTV
  • DVD player
  • iPod dock
  • WiFi


  • Table tennis


  • Air conditioning throughout


  • Dishwasher
  • Nespresso machine
  • Fridge freezer
  • Hob
  • Oven


  • 12.5m x 6m
  • 1.2m x 2.2m deep
  • Ladder Access


  • Hairdryers

Important Information


A CV Representative in Greece will be available by telephone to assist you during your stay.


Arrival from 15:30 Departure by 11:00


Please refer to the Health & Safety pages on this website.

EOT Tourist Licence number: MHTE 1249K91000248500



CV Villas can book charter flights from most regional airports to the above destinations to suit the requirements of our guests and their party members. Please ask for details



Car hire can be pre-booked through CV Villas with collection at the airport or port of arrival, and in some cases the hire car can be delivered to the villa for an additional charge. Please ask for details.


Additional services

CV Villas offers a wide variety of additional services, to make your villa holiday even more special.  You should be able to find all the information you need here, otherwise you can check out our frequently asked questions page

Service & Staffing


  • Welcome pack
  • Maid service 7 day(s) per week
  • Linen change 2 day(s) per week



  • Tavernas Ritsa Beach 100m
  • Shops, tavernas Kardamyli 10 mins walk


  • Ritsa Beach 100m


  • Kalamata 38km
  • Patras Araxos 219km
  • Athens 305km
About the area


Average weather

The Peloponnese is attached to the rest of Greece only by the Isthmus of Corinth and, since 2003, the Rio-Antirio Bridge. The land echoes to a host of famous names, from Mycenae through Ancient Sparta and Olympia, to the Greek War of Independence. Rich in history and mythology, and largely unspoilt, it has a mountainous heart, and fringes of headlands, bays, and sandy beaches. Yet it is surprisingly easy to get around on a Peloponnese holiday, by road and even by rail. The regional line often appears among the world’s most scenic railways.

Find out more about Peloponnese