Villa for rent from € 195/day in LatchiName/Address:
The villa is located at the edge of the Akamas National Park, an area of great unspoiled beauty unaffected by development, offering excellent opportunities for snorkeling and swimming in crystal clear waters. This location is of great advantage for guests also interested in wildlife, trekking, cycling and outdoor exploring.
The villa features a 9m x 4m private swimming pool, BBQ facilities and is set on matured landscaped gardens. The pool area offers a large decked area for sun bathing, and a covered outdoor terrace for both sitting and dining.
Inside the villa the large open plan living/dining area is furnished in an modern style. There is Wi–Fi internet access, a 32” flat screen TV, satellite, as well as an I pod speaker port. The fully fitted kitchen includes a hob/oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher.On the ground floor there is also a private double bedroom which opens to the pool area and an adjoining bathroom with sink, walk-in shower and a washing/drying machine.
Upstairs the master bedroom opens up to a large private balcony with excellent sea and mountain views, overlooking the pool and decked area. There is also a large adjoining bathroom, with sink and bath/shower. The third bedroom is a twin room with views looking across the mountains.
The villa offers free air conditioning (both hot and cold) throughout the property.
The parking space is private, fits 3 cars.
The water of the Latchi beaches is as clear as it can get. The expanse of sand and pebbles seems to go on forever with the view of the mountains in the distance.
Latchi's once tiny fishing harbour has been transformed into a modern marina, still keeping its laid back charm. Old stone fronted fish warehouses have been turned into restaurants, tavernas, shops and places of recreation. Mouth-watering fresh fish comes straight off the boats and onto the grills of the eateries lining the harbour and beach front.
The traditional stone village of Neo Chorio on the hills nearby offers traditional taverns in an idyllic setting, while for the more adventurous nature lovers, the Akamas Peninsula combines unspoiled sea and forested mountains. The area can be explored through the many nature trails offering marvelous views of the magnificent bay.