Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6
From sunrise to sunset you will love the large patio and 'infinity' pool which seems to flow into the sea! 3 bedroomed, fully air-conditioned stone villa built in the traditional style of the Mani region, comprising 3 double bedrooms, furnished with your comfort in mind. The main bedroom is situated on the ground floor and opens to the patio and pool, whilst the remaining 2 double bedrooms both open to the upstairs patio. All the rooms in the Villa are orientated to take advantage of the uninterrupted coastal views, cooling sea breezes and the magnificent sunsets.
Sunset Villa is less than 2 minutes drive to the crystal clear waters that lap the edges of variety of beautiful beaches. Fresh supplies are available at the 2 well stocked supermarkets plus an excellent bakery are on your doorstep in Stoupa & Agios Nikolaos. Enjoy the wide selection of delicious Greek regional cuisine at the many excellent Tavernas and fish restaurants nearby.
Not a beach fan? Then Stoupa and the Mani has plenty of interest photographically, and the subjest matter is brought to life by the light quality and direction. This is why so many painters love the mediterranean light. The peninsula faces both west and east, and this orientation is often advantageous. If you are a serious photographer, you will enjoy the early mornings and late evenings for many reasons including the light and shadow changes for three dimensional subjects such as villages and of course sunsets! Winter is especially interesting as from our villas we are blessed with dramatic views across the bay, which captures spectacular light and cloud patterns, scattered onto the sea and can be quite mesmerising. Just watching them form and change is enjoyment in itself.
Prefer a little history? On your doorstep in the Mani region are lots of churches, some dating from the 5th century AD, a monastery, Mycenean tombs, a Turkish/Venetian castle, tower houses and other places of interest. There are 10 walks of varying length and difficulty that are fully described and set out in an easily obtainable book by Mat Dean called "Walking In Mani"
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Agios Nikolaos & Stoupa 500 m|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Kalamata 38 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Double beds (3), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, BBQ, Bicycles available|
|Further details indoors|
All Bedrooms and bathrooms are well fitted and the lounge, dining room and kitchen are furnished to a very high standard with everything your family needs.The flexible design means families and/or friends can be accommodated comfortably - the main bedroom has a king size bed, with both remaining bedrooms converting from singles to king size at your prior request.
Both bathrooms have showers. One bathroom is downstairs next to the main bedroom and the other is upsatirs, shared by both upstairs bedrooms. They have plenty of streage space for all your toiletries and sun creams etc. The top of the range towels are bath sheet size!
Each bedroom is airconditioned, has its' own dressing table and hairdryer. The top quality, crisp, white linen is cotton percale to ensure you are cool and comfortable.
|Further details outdoors|
The villa has it's own private "infinity" pool set in a wide view patio. Close to and overlooking the quaint fishing village of Agios Nikolaos and the charming village of Stoupa, your options for beachgoing and evening dining are endless. Tavernas range from within walking distance, to beachside or mountain venues. Stoupa is a small attractive village set between the smaller fishing villages of Agios Nikoloas to the south and Kardamyli to the north.
The coast is dotted with delightful sandy beaches and amazing expanses of clear blue water. On the beaches you will find for hire; sunbeds & umbrellas, pedalos, kayaks and small motor boats. Backed by the 2400m high Taygetos mountains, the opportunities for those who like to walkor bicycle are endless. Ancient donkey roads, old shepherd paths and various marked walking routes take you through the surrounding mountain villages and forests where you will discover the wonderful regional flora and fauna.
Any medical emergencies can be treated at the Health Centre in Agios Nikolaos or the 3 pharmacies in the area.
We have a new road! At the end of the summer 2009 the municipality completed a tarred road from the main coastal road to the turning to our villas, which makes driving easier and walking to Aghios Nikolaos possible!!
The Peloponnese region
The Peloponnese is the most southern part of mainland Greece.This beautiful green peninsula plays host to almost every tourist who comes to Greece because most of Greece's important and imposing ancient sites are found here. Besides ancient monuments such as Olympia and Epidavros, the Peloponnese also serves as Greece's market garden and centre for olives, olive oil and wine production.
The dramatic coastline is filled with hidden coves and beaches, all backed by the Taygetos mountain range. The best way to explore this picturesque area is to hire a car and adventure and explore for yourself. The Peloponnese combines the scent of the sea, the mountains, olive trees, and vineyards.It is a place for all seasons
Backed by the 2400m high Taygetos mountains, the opportunities for those who like to walk are endless. Ancient donkey roads, old shepherd paths and various marked routes take you through the surrounding mountain villages and forests where you will discover the wonderful regional flora and fauna.
For the sun seekers, the area enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters making it an ideal summer or winter destination. On average the sun shines for 3,000 hours per year. In July days can get hot, but are often cooled by the summer breezes called the "Meltemi" winds. From June to August rainfall is rare. In Stoupa you may hire a small motor boat and explore the coast, discovering stunning caves and inlets that you would not know existed from the landward side! Trachila to the south is full of old pirate caves that date back centuries.
Summer is much longer than you would expect ,with beautiful clear days right through to December and January. Wild flowers of every colour cover the landscape from late September, right through until May.