|Minimum Stay||4 - 7 nights|
Bozonos Luxury Villa is synonymous to elegance for elite travelers from all over the world.
Our ultimate goal is to make guests feel relaxed and pampered in a secluded, peaceful environment in Zakynthos.
It was built by its owners with particular care and respect to the history and heritage of the island. It measures 500 sq.m. and resides in a vast property of 2000 sq.m. The villa lies in a wonderful location called Akrotiri, on a hill over the city of Zakynthos. The natural beauty of the landscape harmonizes perfectly with the exceptional high-standard hospitality in a place as familiar as home. With respect to the special architecture of the island, the villa is decorated with elegant antiques, Venetian 19th-century furniture, gravures and furnishings that combine delicate luxury and modern style.
Inspiring deep emotions of enchantment and fascination, the Bozonos Luxury Villa in Akrotiri Zante is renowned for its leading luxury, unparallel services, warm atmosphere and sense of romance which are uniquely combined in an exceptional setting and natural surroundings.
This villa springs like a genuine jewel, strategically located in a unique natural environment with an unforgettable sea view.
Zakynthos, also Zante, the other form often used in English and in Italian, is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is the third largest of the Ionian Islands. Zakynthos is a separate regional unit of the Ionian Islands region, and its only municipality. It covers an area of 410 km2 (158 sq mi) and its coastline is roughly 123 km (76 mi) in length. The island is named after Zakynthos, the son of a legendary Arcadian chief Dardanus. The name, like all similar names ending in -nthos, is pre-Mycenaean or Pelasgian in origin. Zakynthos has a thriving tourism industry.
The famous ancient Greek poet and writer, Homer, first mentioned the island in his masterpieces, the Iliad and the Odyssey, stating that the first inhabitants of it were the son of King Dardanos of Troy called Zakynthos and his men and that they first came on the island around 1500-1600 BC.
The island was then conquered by the Great Imperial King Arkeisios of Kefalonia. The famous Ulysses (Odysseus in Greek) from Ithaca was the next King to conquer the island.
Later on, a treaty was signed that made Zakynthos an independent democracy, the first established in the Hell area, and that lasted more than 650 years.
The Athenian military commander Tolmides concluded an alliance with Zacynthus during the First Peloponnesian War sometime between 459 and 446 B.C. The importance of this alliance for Athens was that it provided them with a source of tar. Tar is a more effective protector of ship planking than pitch (which is made from pine trees). The Athenian trireme fleet needed protection from rot, decay and the teredo so this new source of tar was valuable to them. The tar was dredged up from the bottom of a lake using leafy myrtle branches tied to the ends of poles. It was then collected in pots and could be carried to the beach and swabbed directly onto ship hulls. Alternatively, the tar could be shipped to the Athenian naval yard at the Piraeus for storage.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
The rates are listed for 8 guests.
The rates include:
Private check in and check out in the Villa;
Complimentary airport / port transfer;
Meet and greet with a healthy fruit bowl with local organic fruit & a bottle of the finest local wine on rare grape varieties for the adults & fresh juice for the children;
Daily housekeeping 7 days a week (max 6 hours daily);
Daily continental breakfast.