Summer dSummerd house (90sqm) built on a one acre plot of land (1.000sqm). On one level with a stone staircase, 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom , tiled roof, balcony 45sqm with view to Mikros Gialos, B.B.Q. on site, fully furnished, stove/oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, air conditioning throughout, 2 LED TV, WiFi.(is not unlimited. Pls ask us for further details), microwave, kettler, toaster, coffe maker.
Master bedroom comes with a double bed, chest of drawers and wardrobes. air-con unit and a TV set.
Second bedrooms has 2 larger-than-single beds, bedside tables, air-con unit and wardrobes.
The living room has a sofa-bed and a single bed, coffee table, armchairs, TV and an air-con unit.
There is an eat-in kitchen, which is separate from the seating area.
Nearest international airport: Aktio 50km away
Athens 385km away
Lefkada town 27km away
Kefalonia, Fiskardo by boat 2 hrs away Nidri 20min away drive (7km)
Distance to next motorway: Lefkada-Amfilochia 25 Km
Distance to next shop: 0.5 Km
Interesting Features:Sea view, Fishing, Walking, Canoeing, Hiking.
Very quiet, a couple of neighbours. Ideal for relaxing and getting away from it all.
The village of POROS is full of narrow alleys and beautiful traditional houses built on steep wooded slopes overlooking the attractive Rouda Bay with the islet of Arkoudi to the south. It is about 27km south of Lefkas Town and has a population of around 300.
The nearby church of Analipsi has some remarkable icons, in particular one of the Virgin Mary dating from the 17th century.
In the nearby village of Pirgi are ruins of an ancient olive mill and the remains of a Venetian castle. But most visitors come here for a look around before heading for the popular beach at nearby Mikros Gialos.
A few years ago the pretty sand and pebble beach at MIKROS GIALOS, below the hillside village Poros, was a joy to visit. Times change. The once deserted hideaway, tucked away at the end of Rouda Bay now houses a huge restaurant cum beach bar complex that opens up for the summer visitors.
Strings of duck boards cross a beach that is chock-a-block with sun beds while music blares from the beach bars. It's still a beach to enjoy if you don't mind the crowds, though the beach is mostly pebble both in and out of the water.
There is good parking on the road and it takes a few minutes to walk down some wooden steps where tavernas and bars offer the basics. There is a small campsite near the beach with a pool, parking and restaurant although there are other good tavernas nearby.
Other things to note
A "welcome basket" with traditional products awaits you.
Linen & towels provided free of charge. The property is professionally cleaned upon your arrival but cleanliness remains your responsibility throughout your stay. Pets are not allowed on the property.
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