With six lovely bedrooms and an amazing nine bathrooms, this is a luxurious retreat with a spa-inspired theme.
Everyone can participate in one of the many activities offered here, or they can just unwind by the gorgeous deep blue pool.
There is a large tennis court available for guest use, as well as a gym with a treadmill and an exercise bike, for people who prefer to be active while on vacation.
Like Corfu Town, the attractive exteriors are painted a cheery ochre.
With historic stones all around the land, the construction is eclectic and multi-layered.
Since the swimming pool is 14 metres long and fueled by solar energy, serious swimmers have the room they require.
The pool is surrounded by sunbeds and is fortified by a stone wall, making it the ideal place to read a book on vacation.
Our Villa has a steam room, a Finnish-style sauna, and a treatment room where you can indulge in massages and other spa treatments, making you feel like you're on a spa getaway and a beach vacation at the same time (at an additional fee).
The villa is perfect for families travelling together while still preserving some breathing room because it is a self-contained apartment that can sleep four people and has a living room and kitchenette of its own.
This living area has a stunning, sophisticated white fireplace. Glossy red and fully furnished in the future, the kitchen has everything you need to prepare delicious meals at home.
After a long day of sightseeing, you may unwind in the main living room's plush grey sofas and curved armchairs, which are surrounded by a large, historic archway panelling.
The focus point is a bold glossy red coffee table.
Playing cards and board games with friends is a blast in this location.
There is a formal dining table inside as well as a 12-person capacity shaded dining space outside for sharing meals together.
Modern technology is used throughout the house, including an outstanding indoor/outdoor sound system, televisions in every bedroom and the kitchen.
A combination of queen and twin beds are swathed in immaculate white or vibrant bedspreads in the charmingly neutral or fresh blue bedrooms.
The walls are covered with colourful paintings, and the arched windows, which resemble a castle, let light in. There is lots of wardrobe space, and some of the rooms feature lovely curtains with cherry blossom prints.
It has many appealing features across its large site. Inside, there are 6 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and it accommodates up to 12 people.
Corfu, the second largest of the islands in the Ionian Sea, has plenty of Venetian and Byzantine influence in the architecture. Literally translated, the name means 'a pair of peaks' as the island has two hills topped with fortresses that once successfully defended the island from the Ottoman Empire. With interesting locals, beautiful beaches and fantastic Corfiot cuisine, this island has everything you need for a fantastic holiday.
Corfu Town is just 8km from the villa. Made up of narrow, winding lanes, dotted with Venetian and Neoclassical architecture in ochre and burnt sienna. Visit Spianada Square, a space where locals congregate to catch up over a coffee - just off it is the Old Fortress. Built on the site of a former acropolis atop a rocky peninsula, make a pilgrimage to the top for captivating views, passing a small chapel and museum on the way.
Liston Arcade, with its promenade inspired by the Rue de Rivoli in Paris is also nearby. Made up of elegant arches with lots of cafes, the promenade is a perfect spot for people-watching with a coffee. There's plenty of tasty food to try all over Corfu, such as bourdeto, which consists of rockfish in a tomato sauce with onions and garlic. Try pastralio, consisting of fried aubergine layered with cheese and baked with boiled eggs, pancetta or salami with a tomato and basil sauce.
A popular day trip from Corfu is to nearby Pontikosini (Mouse Island) where there is a tiny Byzantine monastery encompassed by pine and cypress trees. According to local legend, this is the spot of Ulysses' ship after it was turned to stone by Poseidon. The island gets its name as it's said to be the outline of a mouse when you look at it from a bird's eye view.
A day trip to see iconic Acheillio, the summer palace of Empress Sisi of Austria, is a highlight of many a trip to Corfu. Located in Gastouri, a short drive away, the palace was inspired by Greek mythology and finished in 1898. Around the historical palace, there are iconic sculptures of Achilles, Hera and Zeus. The palace is encircled by beautiful gardens and has amazing views of the Ionian Sea.
Corfu famously has lots of glorious beaches to spend a day with your toes in the sand and indulge in a leisurely swim in the Ionian Sea. There is a beach just five minutes from the villa, and Agios Gordious beach is also close, with its beautiful jade green water and sugary soft sand. The name comes from the church on the beachfront. The road that leads up to it is very picturesque, passing through olive trees and vineyards.