Holidays in the Peloponnese and near a lively Kalamata? Rent a modern villa with pool, contemporary design and panoramic views of the blue and turquoise waters of the Gulf of Messini. Comfortable large indoor areas, generous pool (10 × 8) with salt water and a BBQ area in a lush olive grove. A holiday villa where there is room for everyone in the party: 5 bedrooms with room for 10 people. Note that it is perfectly ok to bring your four-legged friend too! Many evenings with happy family moments: “At the end of your life, you will never regret not having passed one more test, not winning one more verdict, or not closing one more deal. You will regret time not spent with a husband, a friend, a child, a parent. ” -Barbara Bush
Property ID: AS2018, "Avia gem", Archontiko, Avia
The villa is located on a large (4000 sqm) plot and offers both a total privacy and a proximity to the beach, taverns and the town of Kalamata. The view of Kalamata, the Mediterranean Sea and Taygeto's mountain peaks is truly unique and can, thanks to the smart design, be viewed from all rooms of the house.
In the villa you will find:
- Ground floor: 6 people
A two-storey apartment consisting of: kitchen / living room (42 sqm), 3 bedrooms (21 sqm + 20 sqm + 18 sqm) with private bathroom and balconies
- Upper floor: 4 people
An apartment consisting of: kitchen / living room (28 sqm) with access to a large terrace (13 sqm), 2 bedrooms (9 sqm each) with private balconies and a bathroom
In both apartments there is outdoor furniture for balconies and verandas, A / C, washing machines, dishwashers and kitchen equipment of the highest quality.
Price per week and payment terms for short-term rental: 1 June / 31 October
The shortest stay is 1 week and you can also book the whole villa. The price includes WiFi, A / C, cleaning once a week (including change of towels and bed linen) and use of the pool which is also cleaned once a week.
- Whole house: 4400€
- Upper level: 1580€
- Ground floor: € 2825
Upon booking, you pay a deposit of 20% of the total price. Payment is made via bank transfer and is not refundable. If you need to cancel, you are offered to choose another period. The full amount of the stay needs to be paid 6 weeks before the day of arrival. At check-out, you will receive back your deposit (20% of the total price) after the House Manager confirms that everything is ok in the house. Do you want to book off season? Contact us for a quote.
Useful information and links:
- Nearest beach: cat 800 meters
- Nearest taverns and store: approx. 1,2 km
- Kalamata Airport: approx. 21 km
- Energy certificate: will be updated shortly
- Pool size: will be updated shortly
- Peloponnese's travel and visiting tips from Elwira and Elias
- Travel to Messinia by bus or rental car from Athens Airport
- Travel to Messinia by flight from / to Kalamata
- Note: the map does not indicate the exact location but only shows area!
Messinia Avia, Peloponnese, Greece
Peloponnese: Classical Greece (although it was not an island but a peninsula until the Corinth Canal was completed in 1893). A place with phenomenal and varied beauty with high snow-capped mountains, orchards and river valleys as well as beautiful beaches. This peninsula is full of history and the places are close to each other. It was here that a large part of ancient history began and in the Iliad more than 20 places from the Peloponnese are mentioned.
Just 10 minutes drive and about 15 km southeast of Kalamata is Avia Messinia with its barren, beautiful nature with fantastic panoramic views of the blue and turquoise crystal clear waters of Messinia Bay. The name comes from the mythological king of Messenia Kresphontis, who named the area after Hercules' daughter Avia. In the area there are the small communities of Avia, Akrogiali and Megali Mantineia and the view from the western foot of the Taygetos massif gives a fantastic view of the bay and Kalamata.
As the area is hilly and the beaches are close to the mountains, you will not find here any classic sandy beaches as in other areas. Here it is clearly rockier beaches and coves that are preferred by the Greeks themselves. The entire coastline all the way down to Mani is very sailing-friendly and it is also possible to sail quickly to the western side of the Gulf of Messini or around to the southeastern parts of the Peloponnese.