Villa Regina-Koroni is a three bedroomed villa sleeping six. We hold a valid EOT Licence from the Greek Government making the villa legal for letting and to a prescribed standard. The villa is on one level with access from the large parking area at the rear via a small flight of steps. Each room has air conditioning and the villa is furnished comfortably and fully equipped.
The accommodation comprises a spacious lounge/diner with an open style well equipped kitchen. Two patio doors give access to a large paved area, 8m x 4m pool and garden. The patio area is shaded by a pergola and is equipped with a table and chairs for outside dining, a small sofa and two armchairs for comfortable reading plus sun loungers. There is a small mobile barbeque.
There are three bedrooms, two doubles and one twin all with fitted wardrobes. The two double rooms have wonderful views over the garden, pool and sea and have direct access to the pool area via patio doors. The main double bedroom has it's own en-suite shower room. The twin room has views of Mount Aenos behind the villa and shares a full bathroom with bath, shower cubicle, basin and WC with the second double room.
Kefalonia is a spectacular and varied island well worthy of exploration. A drive across to Sami will take you through valleys of well ordered vineyards and through traditional Kefalonian villages. You will come to the monastery of St Gerasimos the island Saint with it's 16th century church. A much larger and very beautiful church was built after the 1953 earthquake. The walls are covered in colourful paintings and it's very ornate. Twice yearly on 16th August and 20th October there is a large festival and street market, everybody on the island attends.
A visit to the top of Mount Aenos, 162 m high with views of the whole island, the Greek mainland, Zante and Lefkas is a must. The new road goes right to the summit through pine trees and moss covered boulders. For walkers there are marked trails, it's really different up on the mountain and makes a welcome change from the beach!
A relaxing lunch in one of the many excellent tavernas on Sami harbour watching the ferries and yachts coming in and out is a delight. Why not take the road to Anti Samos beach, a pebble beach in a wonderful setting. The ancient ruins of Sami are worth a visit. Ferries depart from Sami to various destinations including Ithaca. A day trip to Ithaca is well worth the effort, the views from the circular coast road are outstanding and Vathy, the main town unspoiled and interesting.
Further around the bay of Sami lies the village of Aghia Efimia again with numerous good tavernas. The road from Efimia to Fiskardo in the north of the island provides wonderful views. The views on the backward trip from Fiskardo to Argostoli via Assos with it's Venetian Castle and the nearby famous Myrtos Beach is also very scenic.