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Evia Villa, Greek Villa, Greece - Villa Keona

A spacious, well-appointed detached villa, overlooking beautiful Karystos Bay, a haven for the independent traveller who enjoys peace, quiet and total relaxation.

Greek Villa on the Island of Evia, Greece

Since advertising on the internet numerous guests searching for the real, uncommercialised Greece and going to Villa Keona on Evia for the first time have re-booked immediately on their return for the following years.


Evia Villa Property Overview
Sleeps up to 8 in 2/3 bedrooms;
2 bathrooms
Two upstairs balconies and a large patio, all with superb sea views
Five minutes stroll to beach
Steps down to 2 lower patio areas for sunbathing, one with BBQ area and the other leading to garden with olive and citrus trees
Not suitable for disabled users

For Bookings...
Email: bookings@eviavilla.co.uk
Telephone: +44 (0)1524 823 433
Evia Villa Front

Designed by a local architect and constructed in 1995 to the owners' specifications, Villa Keona enjoys superb views over Karystos Bay towards the Island of Kea.

Two miles from the traditional fishing port of Karystos, this Greek villa is located on the outskirts of a tiny village called Aetos, which has six tavernas and a small supermarket.

The Villa

Greek Villa Front The well appointed accommodation comprises 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, 2 bathrooms, lounge with feature spiral staircase, full kitchen and a second upstairs lounge which doubles as a further bedroom if required. Both upstairs balconies and the large ground floor patio overlook the bay. The fully equipped kitchen has an automatic washing machine, fridge/freezer, full cooker with hob and oven. Steps down from the large patio lead to a barbecue and sunbathing area, both of which have been built from local stone. Gardens with olive, lemon, orange and apricot trees surround the property.

The villa is equipped with satellite television and a CD/cassette player. The patio and furniture is shaded by a pergola. Sunloungers are provided. Oil-fired central heating ensure the house remains comfortable throughout the year.

 

 

The Evia Villa Garden Path    Evia Flowers, Plants and Trees    Evia Villa, Greece

Here you are free to experience the real Greece on an island that has successfully avoided the over-commercialisation so often found elsewhere.

Harbour View Towards The Bourtzi Local Taverna Traffic in Evia
Harbour View Towards The Bourtzi
The Local Beaches of Evia

Karystos

Dragon House, Mount Ochi, near Evia Villa, Greece The southern capital of Evia, Karystos is a quaint fishing port with a population of around 5,000 situated about two miles (or a 30 minute stroll) from the villa. Dominated by the 1,390m Mount Ochi, it is overlooked by the ruins of the 'Red Castle' and surrounded by sandy beaches (walks up the mountain and boat trips can be arranged).

Charming tavernas coffee shops and bars cater more for the local populace than for tourists, who still tend to be few and far between. As in other parts of the world, the best value for money is obtained by eating and drinking with the locals. That certainly applies in Karystos (where there are few other options in any event).

Fishing boats land their catches at this small working port where you will find two large well-stocked supermarkets, two banks which take all your credit/debit cards and a post office.

The Island of Evia

Superb Views Of Karystos Although the second largest Greek island, Evia (or Euboea to a Greek) is relatively unknown and generally untouched by tourist development or the package holiday trade. A long, narrow island it is connected to mainland Greece by a road bridge at Halkida, the northerly island capital. A number of delightful mountain and seaside villages are within easy distance. There are marvellous walks round the surrounding villages up to the quarry with the columns at Kallindri and to the Dragon Houses on the top of Mount Ochi or along the coast, with views towards Andros, Tinos and Mykonos.

Flora and fauna are shown in their greatest beauty by the local sunshine, especially at dawn and as the sun goes down.

Evia does not belong to any specific island group. The north, around Halkida resembles Skiathos and the Sporades group. To the south it becomes more like the Cyclades group, which stretch from the tip of Evia to Andros and on to Santorini.

Neighbouring islands are accessible from a number of Evia's ferry ports. A hydrofoil links picturesque Kimis to the Sporades group. Seasonal hydrofoils also sail from Karystos to Mykonos and Andros and there are more sailings from Rafina. Hire cars are now available from Karystos, as well as Athens Airport. Whilst far from essential, they are certainly the best way to explore further afield on this historic and beautiful island. Bicycles and mopeds can be hired locally.

Putting their feet up and enjoying total relaxation has proved equally popular with many of our clients. Nearby Mamari Beach

Getting There

Whilst this kind of holiday is more likely to appeal to the independent minded traveller, we appreciate that some people prefer to have all the arrangements made for them and we therefore offer a very competitive travel booking service (cost price!) that can be completely tailored to all individual requirements.

The New Athens international airport is now situated outside the town of Spata, about 20 minutes from the ferry port of Rafina. Transfers from the airport to Rafina can be either by hire car, taxi (approximately £7/$10US) or the new bus service. The buses depart every 40 minutes from early morning to late evening and cost about £1.80/$2.50US.

At the port of Rafina the two ferries, the Marmari Express and the Evia Star, depart for the Port of Marmari on Evia. The journey takes 55 minutes.

The island can be reached by road, thanks to the suspension bridge now linking to the mainland at Halkida and there is also an inexpensive bus service between Karystos and central Athens. Map of Evia, Karystos, Greece

Links

Ferry Planner

EasyJet Website (for UK/Greece (Athens) Budget Flights)

Athens Airport

Internet Pricing

As this is our seventh year operating independently on the Internet, having abandoned the brochures we previously used, we are able to offer very competitive rates. The following prices are NOT per person, but for the use of the villa. Prices include free 'Welcome to Evia' pack.

Special Offer - any booking of two weeks taken in April, October or November will cost £600 instead of the full price of £900.

A 10% discount will be given to any bookings for weeks in 2008 confirmed with a deposit before 28th February 2008.


April - £450 per week

May - £500 per week

June - £600 per week

July and August - £650 per week

September - £600 per week

October and November - £450 per week

December to 31 March - £300 per week

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(Telephone or email for early booking discounts. Bookings now taking place for 2007 and 2008. Surcharges may be applicable for parties of 6 or more.)

Contact Us

For further details and bookings, please contact us by:

Email: enquiries@eviavilla.co.uk

tel: 07977 480 863 (weekdays, evenings and weekends)

tel/fax/voicemail: +44 (0)1524 823 433

Post: Keith and Fiona McPhee
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