Villa Olympia is situated in Skala, Kefalonia. This detached holiday rental property is air conditioned and sleeps up to 8 people along with a private swimming pool. Villa Olympia has has 3 air conditioned bedrooms. If additional beds are required there is 1 folding bed and 1 sofa bed. The villa can sleep up to 8 people. The villa is built over 2 floors with a beautiful and sunny pool terrace at the front. The ground floor (pool level) offers a spacious and airy living room, kitchen/dining area, a double bedroom with an en suite bathroom and an extra WC for guests. Upstairs there are 2 further bedrooms, 1 double, 1 twin both offering breathtaking views to the sea. Both the bedrooms have an en suite bathroom, respectively with a bath and a shower. The private swimming pool is set in front of a terrace, attracting sun all day and providing beautiful views to the sea. Size: 9m x 4m Depths: Shallow: 1.20m; Deep End: 1.80m Access: steps Sunbeds and parasols are provided.
The pretty village of Skala is set above a very long golden beach on the southernmost tip of Kefalonia. Skala’s Blue Flag beach has 3 kms of sand and shingle backed by a small wood of pine trees. There are cafes and snack bars alongside the beach and a water sports centre offering an array of water sports and fun rides. Sunbeds and sun umbrellas are also available for hire. If you prefer more seclusion, quieter areas can be found by walking along the shoreline. At the southern end of the beach there are rocks which are great for snorkeling and caves to explore with secluded sandy coves. A water taxi operates between Skala, Poros and Katelios and there are daily cruises to to local beaches, to Fiscardo and over to the neighbouring island of Ithaca. Skala has plenty of bars, tavernas and restaurants. There is a good selection of supermarkets and souvenir shops with a couple of bakeries. There is a pharmacy and 24-hour medical centre with English speaking doctors and an ATM machine. Local offices offer car hire, scooter hire and excursions. Some relics remain from the 3rd century AD with the mosaics from a Roman villa close to the centre of Skala and a 7th century BC site is still being excavated with its remains of a temple to Apollo which can be found along the Skala road to Poros.