Villa Christina

  • 10 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • 2 Fully Equipped Kitchens

  • Dining Room

  • Living Room

  • Fully Air-Conditioned

  • High-Speed Wi-Fi Connection

  • LCD TV

  • Dishwasher

  • Private Garden

  • Barbeque

  • Swimming Pool

  • Parking

The pretty holiday Villa Christina

Villa Christina is located on a hillside in the exclusive summer resort of Agios Emilianos in Porto Heli. it is overlooking the archipelago of the Saronic islands of Dokos, Hydra, Spetsopoula and Spetses.

Christina's Description

Villa Christina is a very unique and exclusive private gated residence of 240 sq.m, that nestles in a gentle hillside with fantastic sea views from its verandas, gardens and swimming pool. Both the building and interiors have been professionally designed, built and fitted to a high specification. Bespoke furniture compliments the style and creates a fully functioning environment for relaxed living, both inside and out.

The Villa is equipped with air conditioning and full central heating for winter use and includes modern electrical appliances. There are incoming telephone and - new this year, FREE wireless broadband connection, as well as satellite TV. The villa has a high degree of security with an alarm system connected to the Security Company.

All year round

Villa Christina is ideal for short or long stays, whether it’s in the Summer, Spring or Autumn months, as the climate is very temperate. In the summer you can have the perfect vacation. Swimming, water sports, entertaining both in peaceful and cosmopolitan places, attending cultural events and festivals, cruises and excursions.

Out of season months provide a real escape to peace and tranquillity. It is truly an inspirational setting ideal for writing, painting, or just relaxation! The Villa also provides billiards, children playground at the garden and ping pong.

Nearby Villa Christina

Distance to the nearest beach is 200 m where there a mini-market, beach bar and sea sports. Distance to the next beach is also just 200 m from Villa Christina and is next to the Kyriakou Private Estate. There is an exquisite walk along the shore-line in the shadow of the trees.

Agios Emilianos is a summer resort of well designed Villas surrounded by beautiful gardens. There are many places to swim and spend time by the sea. This area of Peloponnese where Agios Emilianos is located, has a very long shore line with a fantastic variety of small and large beaches. The town of Porto Heli is just 8 kms from the Villa, or 10 min drive.

How to reach Porto Heli

From Athens International Airport (ATH) by car: Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is located in Spata, 33 km southeast of Athens. Porto Heli is connected with Athens by the Athens–Korinthos “E94” national road and the Korinthos–Epidaurus (Epidavros) country road. Athens to Porto Heli is about 2,5 hours by car.

From Piraeus port by hydrofoil: Piraeus is the major port in Greece located 48 km from the Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos". Piraeus is connected with the Airport via Attica avenue and Kifisos avenue. There are hydrofoils connecting Porto Heli to Piraeus and the Saronic islands of Spetses and Hydra. The trip from Piraeus to Porto Heli by hydrofoil is about 2 hours. There are no normal ferries doing their itinerary, only hydrofoils, which means that no cars are allowed to board the ferry.

Explore the magnificent Porto Heli

Porto Heli in Greece, is a summer resort town in the municipality of Ermionida in the eastern side of Peloponnese. It offers the holiday visitor, a choice of water sports, sandy beaches and nightlife. The port of Porto Heli is a mooring place for yachts in summer, giving to Porto Heli a cosmopolitan atmosphere.

Daily excursions

• The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus with its impeccable acoustics and exemplary architecture is located 30 km from Nafplio. Every summer, it hosts theatrical and musical performances, which attract thousands of visitors from all over Greece and abroad.

• Ancient Tiryns only 3km from Nafplio - still survive parts of the castle of the kingdom of Ancient Tiryns.

• Argos, located 12 kilometers from Nafplion, is the oldest city in Greece, constantly inhabited since the early Bronze Age. Unfortunately, most of the ancient city lies buried beneath the modern due to the lack of urban planning regulations. However, some monuments still survive, like the Roman Baths, the Agora and the ancient theater. Argos’ archeological museum showcases countless discoveries from the ancient town and surrounding areas.

• Mycenae is located 25 kilometers from Nafplion and is one of the most famous archaeological sites in Greece. Mycenae, which became known from the poetry of Homer, was almost completely destroyed by fire in the 12th century BC.

• The Pyramid of Hellenic is the most famous pyramid in Greece and is located at the homonymous village. Dating back to 2700 BC, it is built of limestone and is the most important example of this architecture in the country.

• Ancient Olympia is located about half hour from Nafplio. It is one of the most important sanctuaries of the world. There took place the first Olympic Games in 776 BC in honor of Zeus, while the area got its name from Mount Olympus, which was the house of gods. The Temple of Zeus in the center of the sanctuary was regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. There burns always the "Eternal Flame" and from there the flame is transported each time to the city that hosts the Olympic Games.

• Spetses, a historic island on the right of the Argolic Gulf’s entrance. From Argolida the island can be reached by car and also by boat from Tolo.On the island it is worth to visit the house of Boumboulina which has been converted into a museum. Important cultural event on the island is the festival of Armata.

• Poros, an island of the Argosaronic Gulf, is located close to the village of Galatas. Poros is known for its lemon grove. The historic clock, on top of the hill in the center of Poros is a landmark for the island. Poros is accessible by car from Nafplio through Galata and then by ferries that travel from Galatas to Poros many times a day, especially during the summer months.

• Hydra is an island of Argosaronic gulf, with characteristic architecture. The village itself is a listed monument and car circulation is forbidden. A visitor from Nafplio can travel to the island of Hydra by boat from Tolo, and in summer the routes are quite frequent. An important festival of Hydra is "Miaoulia" dedicated to the action of Admiral A. Miaoulis.

Porto Heli’s Beaches

• Lepitsa beach (14 kms from Porto Heli) is popular with the locals, especially during July and August. The waters are crystal clear and shallow up to 60 metres. Ideal for young children, with many shaded areas. Sun lounges and parasols are available for a small daily charge, for 2 beds and one parasol. The beach has a recently renovated fish taverna and a snack-bar, which serve good food, cool drinks and ice-cream, plus other amenities. Lepitsa SunSet situated behind the sandy beach, also offers snacks and ice-cold drinks.

• Kilada beach (13 kms from Porto Heli) is the village beach for the Kilada locals. It is located at the far end of the village, past the very large church. It is a sandy/pebble beach with free loungers and has a wonderful view of the privately owned Koronida island. There is a small cafe/bar just across the narrow road from the beach.

• Doroufi beach (17 kms from Porto Heli) is a quiet shingle beach off the beaten track. The water is shallow for approximately 20 metres. There are no amenities on the beach, except for peace and tranquility. Further West of Doroufi are the small quiet bays and beaches of Lakkes and Thini.

• Franchthi beach (20 kms from Porto Heli) lies opposite Kilada and Koronida island and is very quiet. It is a sand and shingle beach with no amenities, apart from a few straw parasols that offer some shade. Enjoy a walk along the coastline, as at the far end of the beach, there is a narrow footpath which leads to the famous pre-historic cave of Franchthi. Further North of Franchthi are the beaches of Aghios Ioannis and Salanti, which have remained a secret to many visitors.

• Kouverta ’Blanket’ beach (6.5 kms from Porto Heli) has a few basic amenities in the summer months, including a beach cantina, and offers shade on the sandy-pebble beach. There are many places to relax and swim from either side of this beach. On the road behind the beach, there’s a cafe that is open in the summer months, which has a swimming pool and children’s play-area.

• Lena Mary beach (9 kms from Porto Heli) is a French all-inclusive hotel complex, with non-paying hotel guests being allowed on the pebble and sand beach only. Sun loungers and parasols are available.

• Petrothalassa beach (10 kms from Porto Heli) is a small sand and pebble beach with no amenities, apart from a few fishing boats. Located on the Western side of the Club Ermioni hotel, it has very quiet surroundings, but does get busy at the weekends, national holidays and during the months of July and August.

• Kounoupi beach (8 kms from Porto Heli) is a secluded sandy beach South of Petrothalassa, close to the church of Aghios Spiridon. It is a sand and small pebble beach, accessed by stone steps and used by a few local residents.

• Porto Heli beach has a narrow sandy beach with facilities for many water sports, located close to the town centre along the coastal road. Also at Vervaronda there are a number of long stretches of sandy beach, with many amenities.

• Hinitsa beach (5 kms from Porto Heli) is sandy and has a clean lawned area for non-hotel guests. The shallow water is an ideal spot for young children. Sun lounges and parasols are available at an extra cost. In high summer this beach does get very busy with hotel guests. Close by, within walking distance, is a second smaller sandy beach with taverna and bar facilities.

• Kosta beach (10 kms from Porto Heli) has a small clean sandy beach, with a taverna located along the beach front. Kosta is where one can catch the small taxi boats or larger ferry boat for the short sea-crossing to the island of Spetses.

• Dardiza beach (15 kms from Porto Heli) is a pebble shingle beach where many local and visiting Greeks go. Situated alongside the main road, it has a small mobile cantina during high season offering cold drinks and snacks. Offers partial shade.

• Makis Inn beach (15 kms from Porto Heli) has beautiful paved surrounds, restaurant and other amenities. Being privately owned, all visitors must order their refreshments from the bar/restaurant which offer friendly waiter service. The beach is cleaned each morning.

• Porto Hydra/Plepi beach (20 kms from Porto Heli) is a privately owned hotel/timeshare complex, where many people have their summer houses and timeshare properties. Many facilities are available which include swimming pool and children’s play area. Charges for non-resident guests can be expensive, especially for drinks. The beach is clean and has been awarded the European ’Blue-flag’ in recent years.

Price per Rental Period

Price for Christmas/Easter week: 2.200 €

January 1 – April 30 € 1,800 per week
May 1 – May 31 € 2,000 per week
June 1 – June 30 € 2,500 per week
July 1 – July 14 € 2,800 per week
July 15 – August 31 € 2,950 per week
September 1 – September 14 € 2,500 per week
September 15 – October 1 € 2,200 per week

Villa's Policy

• Security Deposit: 500 €

• Housekeeping is available 7 days a week

• Change of sheets & towels twice a week

• Towels or linens are not to be taken from the Property

• Smoking is allowed outside only

• Pets are permitted only with prior approval

• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)

• ΕΟΤ ΜΗΤΕ: 1245Κ92000322101