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A holiday rental home in Viglafia is a wonderful choice for your next breakaway to the gorgeous country of Greece.

With mild weather, exciting activities and interesting attractions, it is easy to see why Viglafia is a great choice for a breakaway. A holiday rental home in Viglafia will put you close to all of those activities and attractions and will provide a comfortable home base for all of your adventures.

Things to Do on Holiday to Viglafia, Greece

The water and the mountains provide the backdrop for most of the outdoor activities in and near Viglafia. The gorgeous sandy beaches provide the perfect spot for sunning or swimming as well for more exciting adventures such as kite boarding, water skiing and SCUBA diving. In many cases, lessons and equipment rental are available. The Island of Elafonisos is just a short ferry ride from Viglafia. Here you will find more beautiful beaches as well as some of the best seafood restaurants in the area. Hiking and mountain climbing are other popular activities near Viglafia. You will find breath taking views as well as hiking opportunities that are appropriate for various fitness levels. Some guided excursions are available or you can go it on your own.

Places to Visit on Holiday to Viglafia, Greece

There are many interesting attractions near Viglafia. The Cave of Castanis is one of the most colourful in the country. The stalactites and stalagmites both display crystals of many colours. There are several art galleries where you can see the work of some local artists and, perhaps, bring back a painting as a memento of your holiday to Viglafia. Those who enjoy history and ancient architecture will find many palaces and castles nearby, such as those at Methoni and Palamidi.

Weather in Viglafia, Greece

The weather in Viglafia is mild throughout the year when compared to many other parts of the world. The average low during the winter is between 6° and 8° C. The high averages during the winter are between 14° and 16° C. The lows during the spring are between 10° and 13° C and the highs between 18° and 20° C. During the summer, the average lows are between 17° and 19° C and the highs between 28° and 32° C. There is some rain each month, but very little occurs during the summer. The most rain falls during the months of January and February when about 16 days per month see some rainfall.

Travel to Viglafia, Greece

The closest airport to Viglafia, Greece is Athens International Airport (ATH), located about 350 km away. Kalamata Airport (KLX), is another option. There is a ferry is Neapoli, just 10 km away. The closest train is in Corinth, about 280 km from Viglafia.

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A beautiful house on a lovely island

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It was our first time in Kythera and we could not have picked a greater house on a better location. Tryfilanika is very near Potamos, the largest village on the island and close to the main crossroad from where you can reach every corner of Kythera. The house is comfortable, spacious, excellently furnished with everything one may need on a Greek island holiday (including the essential air-condition units!) and amazingly comfortable beds. Water pressure was a bit of a challenge when more than one of us wanted to shower the same time, but a small matter when it comes to holidays. The food on the island was delicious and I have to admit the locals have been the most friendly, kind and hospitable people we have ever met!
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  • Date of Stay: Jun 2017

Beautiful little house in an Olive grove

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We've just spent two lovely weeks in this house near Asopos ( 3km) and Bozas beach. The house is 10 minutes' walk along the quiet road to Bozas which has an excellent and friendly restaurant and a beautiful beach. Well furnished on 3 floors, the house gave us a comfortable and beautiful base for our travels round the lower part of this 'finger' of the Peloponnese. Access to floors is by means of a spiral staircase. The kitchen is well-equipped. The house is set amidst olive trees giving a strong sense of privacy. Eleni and Kostas provided very helpful information about the house and the area. We were welcomed by Kostas' wonderful parents (who speak only Greek) who directed us from Asopos then showed us all we needed to know about the cottage and more. Their warm and extremely friendly approach was a great welcome to the house. The shaded garden has hammocks and comfortable seating. We walked regularly to Plitra which has lovely calm beaches and a number of very good restaurants. The walk took us about an hour from the house and gave us a bit more of a sense of the local area. We had a wonderful relaxing break in this pretty house. The electrics of the house only allow small appliances, lighting and chargers to be used. While there is no wifi we got a strong cellphone signal so with a decent data package we had a strong mobile internet connection. Fridge and hob are operated by gas. There are a number of brikis and a small gas briki burner so we regularly made our own Greek coffee. On the warmer nights it might have been preferable to have the use of a fan, but this was our only reservation about the house. We had a very memorable and enjoyable holiday in this unusual and distinctive property. We were delighted and honoured to meet Kostas' parents. We have no hesitation in recommending this house to anyone looking for a holiday in an unspoilt part of the Greek mainland.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 21, 2016
  • Date of Stay: Sep 2016