Traditional stone villa in Zakynthos
Traditional stone-built villa in a beautiful location.
The villa is spread across in two levels with different main entrances. On the ground floor is the main entrance at the western side and separate in two bedroom apartment with covered terrace. One bedroom with double bed and a second room with two single beds, the living room with fireplace, one bathroom with WC and shower and a fully equipped kitchen
The first floor is joined by a staircase at the eastern side of the building. In this area there is a bedroom with a double bed, a kitchen, a living room with fireplace, a bathroom with WC and bathtub.
On the second floor (attic) features a bedroom with a double bed and a couch, another bedroom with two single beds, a bathroom with WC and a shower and a balcony. All the furniture is family antiques and are including.
here is the possibility from the owner to continue the property management of the property.
The villa was finished at 2002 and its follow all the old style way of constructions but with all the necessaries by the Greeks rules and laws building advises. All the materials are approved and checked by the official’s employees of the Greek state. Local stone from Kiliomeno village had been used his type is very hard and well known all the past years. The walls are double face stone (in-out) and between steel and concrete and that why keep the heating away. The woods that we used are coming from the mainland of Greece and the Venetian roof tiles style are coming from a local small factory.
Zakynthos is the most southern of the Ionian Islands and one of the most popular Greek islands. The island has three distinct geographical areas: the northwest is mountainous with quaint traditional mountain villages, the central region is a fertile plain rich with olive groves and vineyards and the southeast is characterised by beautiful beaches. Rich in beauty and tradition, both historical and cultural, Zakynthos, or Zante as it is also called, is the "ideal" of any traveller. Keri is situated on the Southwest side of the island and is 15 km from the city of Zakynthos and 12 km from the Airport. The village is one of the most beautiful on Zakynthos Island with its unique natural beauty that maintains its traditional elements and its authenticity. The area is full of pine trees and olive trees with a remarkable view of the Ionian Sea. On the outskirts of the village is the Lighthouse of the Ionian Islands which is built on the Southern point of the cliff with an unbelievable view and it is here that you can witness the most famous sunset in Greece. Limni Keri is a small village where there are many attractions; for the morning we suggest you to take a boat for rent and to go in complete autonomy to discover the near islet Marathonissi that’s an important nestling cove of the loggerhead turtles. Marathonissi is surrounded by the most clear sea water and offers two different beautiful beaches; one consists on white small rocks and has a large and wide cave; the other is a thin sandy bay. Then with your boat you can leave this islet in order to pass Marathia cape to admire the wonderful Keri Caves, where you can enter with your boat. Instead of this you can simply find a lonely small beach around Limni Keri’s cape where to relax yourselves in a total privacy. A daily trip with your own boat will be a truly fascinating experience. You will have the opportunity to visit places accessible only by the sea, to dive with your friends into clear waters and to relax on beaches that also in August are nearly desert. After going back with your boat to Limni Keri you can decide to spend the rest of the day in this beach or take the car and go in the secluded beach of Cape Marathia or to have a scuba diving to see the turtles. Half an hour before the sunset, you can't miss to go up to the old mountain village of Keri. This is a picturesque village where the time seems to be stopped in an ancient age and, passed Keri town, the road will lead you to the lighthouse.
15 km from Zakynthos town, Main port, Hospital, Banks, Post
30 minutes’ drive to the famous Shipwreck
40 minutes’ drive from San Nikolas port (connection to Kefallonia)
12 km from Zante International Airport
40 minutes flight from Athens International Airport
80 minutes boat ride from Kyllini (68 km south of the port of Patras)