A wonderful traditional house with a capacity up to 5 persons near the famous shipwreck! Ideal for families,couples or group of friends who wants to discover the real and traditional Zakynthos!
The house is cozy, comfortable, modern and has everything you need and is located in mountain village of Volimes. Suitable for those looking for a relaxed and peaceful holiday and a chance to experience Greek local way of living in a beautiful green countryside scenery. Away from crowded places, but very close to famous Shipwreck- Blue Caves, most beautiful beaches of the island and port of Agios Nikolaos for visiting Kefalonia. Vehicle or taxi is required for your transport in Zakynthos island.
“Accommodation or a traditional house, so to speak, is perfect for your trip if you want to live in an island style. A small beautiful village, a small house, inside a good repair and everything you need. Great views and hospitality. A small garden and good seals that will not give you a pass) The only problem was when we hung out the clothes for drying, the watering bag worked at night and everything was wet in the morning.”
Our house is located in the area of Agios Nikolaos Volimes, in the north of Zante, which is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt places on the island. It is ideally suited to the traveller seeking stunning natural surroundings, panoramic sea views and a relaxing holiday. We are not only set amongst the lovely natural landscape, but our house is also only 20m away from the Ionian Sea and near to the famous Blue Caves. Actually, you can visit the first of them, simply by swimming.
“Awesome place! We stayed there for 5 nights. We weren’t expecting such an amazing view from our bedroom. It’s almost a private place/beach. Also the way that Julia received us was unbelievable since the beginning. Thank you so much Julia! I want come back as soon as possible and I will stay there for sure. Near the place has a great village with outstanding restaurants and beaches. We came from Brazil and now it’s Julia turn to visit us. We felt at home!”