1 Fully Equipped Kitchen
High-Speed Wi-Fi Connection
Located just 700 metres away from the village Tsoukalades, Villa Belinda is synonymous to luxurious stay. At first glance you will feel the soothing effect of the aromas and colours. The décor steals the show while also creating the sweet sensation of simplicity that pervades the interiors.
High quality aesthetics, with attention to detail and authenticity, is Belinda's main characteristic.
The Villa is mainly made of wood, marble, granite and earth tones that complement the surrounding natural world. Traditional carpenters have poured all their skill and dexterity in building the furniture you will enjoy.
On the ground floor you will find a spacious, welcoming living room, a fully equipped kitchen decorated with style and skill and a comfortable bedroom with 2 beds, bathroom and shower. On the top floor a master bedroom awaits, with an en-suite bathroom, a jacuzzi and a balcony, where you can gaze at the spectacular Ionian view every morning.
The outdoor spaces are framed by stone walls and boast a wonderful yard with ceramic flooring in earth tones, a variety of flower beds and a roofed balcony-dining room where you can enjoy your home-made meals prepared by yourselves in your traditional wood-fired oven.
The final touch is the blue water of the large swimming pool that becomes one with the horizon and the endless blue of the Ionian Sea.
Your pleasant stay is completed by views of the sea visible from every corner of the Villa, the gentle caress of the afternoon Maistrali breeze and the magic of the unique sunset. Enjoy the tranquility of nature, while the rustling of leaves, chirping of birds and harmony of colours stimulates your senses and emotions.
Villa Belinda is the ideal choice for couples, group of friends or families.
From Athens International Airport (ATH): Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is located in Spata, 33 km southeast of Athens. Lefkada is connected with Athens by the Athens – Rio “E94”, “E65” and Rio – Lefkada “E55”,”E951”, national roads. Athens to Rio is about 2 hours by car. Just 8 km before the city of Patra, there is the interchange of Rio that leads to the cable-stayed bridge which connects Peloponnese with Central Greece. After passing the bridge, is about 3 hour driving.
From Thessaloniki “Macedonia” Airport (SKG): Lefkada is connected with Thessaloniki by the (Thessaloniki–Ioannina “E90” Egnatia road) and (Ioannina-Lefkada “E951”, “E952”) national roads. Thessaloniki to Lefkada is about 3,5 to 4 hours by car.
From Italy by ferry: The nearest national port from Lefkada is Igoumenitsa port. Driving near the coastline from Igoumenitsa to Lefkada is about 1,5 hour by car.
Lefkada has some of the best beaches in Greece! Exotic blue color of its beaches amazes even the most discerning traveler. Connected to the mainland by a long causeway and floating bridge, Lefkada can actually be accessed by car. Is the perfect place for families, group of friends and couples.
The myth about Sappho’s suicide at Cape Lefkada is related to other myths linking the island to the ancient Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, and to Odysseus, the hero of Homer’s Odyssey. The German archaeologist Wilhelm Dörpfeld, having performed excavations at various locations of Lefkada, was able to obtain funding to do work on the island by suggesting that Lefkada was Homer’s Ithaca, and the palace of Odysseus was located west of Nydri on the south coast of Lefkada. There have been suggestions by local tourism officials that several passages in the Odyssey point to Lefkada as a possible model for Homeric Ithaca. The most notable of these passages pushed by the local tourism board describes Ithaca as an island reachable on foot, which was the case for Lefkada since it is not really an island, that it was connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway. According to Strabo, the coast of Acarnania was called Leucas in earlier times. The ancient sources call Leucas a Corinthian colony, perhaps with a Corcyraen participation. During the Peloponnesian War Leucas had joined the Spartan Confederation.
During the Venetian rule, the island was known as "Santa Maura". O Fotinós (or Der Helle in German), is a famous unfinished poem by Aristotelis Valaoritis, relating the so-called Voukentra revolution of 1357 in Lefkada against the Venetian rule.
The Ottomans called it "Ayamavra" (a rendering of the Greek Αγία Μαύρα, Santa Maura), and ruled it between 1479–1502, 1504–1684 and 1715-1716.
The first museum in Europe for Lafcadio Hearn was inaugurated in Lefkada, Greece, his birthplace, on July 4 2014, as Lefcadio Hern Historical Center. It contains early editions, rare books and Japanese collectibles. The visitors, through photos, texts and exhibits, can wander in the significant events of Lafcadio Hern’s stunning life, but also in the civilizations of Europe, America and Japan of late 18th and early 19th centuries through the open mind of his lectures, writings and tales.
• Porto Katsiki, 45 km south west of Lefkada Town. Porto Katsiki is the most famous beach of the island because of its impressive landscape and exotic water. It’s a pebbled, partly organized beach ideal for families.
• Kathisma, 15 km south west of Lefkada Town. Kathisma is a long beach with blue exotic water and sandy coastline. It’s among the finest beaches on the island.
• Agios Ioannis, 3 km west of Lefkada. Agios Ioannis is located a few km west of the main town. This beach is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing.
• Egremni, 40 km south west of Lefkada Town. One of the most impressive beaches of Lefkada. It’s a sandy, partly organized beach with exotic water.
• Nidri Beach, 17 km south of Lefkada Town. It’s a pebbled, organized beach with watersports centers and fish taverns.
• Gialos, 35 km south west of Lefkada Town. It’s a sandy, partly organized beach which is friendly to nudism.
Most of the island’s bars and clubs are situated around the towns of Lefkada, Nydri and Vassiliki. A visitor should try a dinner in one of many seaside taverns of the island, or spend a night in one of the islands notorious beach bars, so as to drink some ice cold margaritas and listen to wonderful lounge or chill out music just by the sea.
|April 29 – June 3||€ 1,190 per week|
|June 4 – July 16||€ 2,030 per week|
|July 17 – August 25||€ 3,850 per week|
|August 26 – September 19||€ 2,030 per week|
|September 20 – October 15||€ 1,190 per week|
• Cleaning services three times a week
• Change of linen and towels twice a week
• Welcome package (bottle of wine, fruit, bottled water, orange juice, milk and fresh bread)
• Pets are permitted only with prior approval
• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)
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