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    Kalyvia, Holiday Villa near Gytheio, Lakonia, Peloponnese, Greece

    Mani house, Luxury spacious stone villa / infinity pool & stunning views


    €521 - €607
    per night

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    Mani house

    Villa Ref: 08874

    • Sleeps 8
    • Self Catering
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • Smoking Allowed
    • 4 Bathrooms
    • Pets Considered
    • Near the beach
      Spectacular view
      Full privacy
    • Car essential
      Changeover
      Flexible

    Nearest Airport: Kalamata (90km)

    Description

    Mani House – Ktima Kriviana
    Peloponnese-Mani peninsula,
    Greece

    HELLENIC TOURIST ADMINISTRATION LICENCE MHTE 128k92000322401
    -Mani House is located near Gythio town on the Mani Peninsula, at Laconia, an area of the Peloponnese rich in history.
    Its residents, the Maniots, were forceful men and Mani has maintained its independence throughout the years.
    Overlooking the “SKOUTARI” Gulf, 500 meters away from the sea, offers a stunning view of the sea along with the opposite slopes of the mountain "Taygetos".
    The house of 441.32 sqm is built on a stone-fenced plot of 5015.41 sqm, with a living space of 275.75 sqm and 165..57 sqm for auxiliary space and a garage of 80 sqm and 2.7 height.
    The traditional buildings of Mani were built of stone following a fortress-like design; many vendettas amongst the Mani families meant that people built homes to protect themselves. Elements of this traditional style are reflected in the design of Mani House.
    The stone walls are combined with a modern interior focused on comfort. The traditional albeit unique property features all modern conveniences including, among others, a sound system for different areas of the house; satellite TV, BBQ, and wood oven as well as an infinity pool with breathtaking views.
    The main entrance to the property is from the pool terrace. The infinity pool is large with dimensions: Length 12.80m x 5.45m width, 1.35m high in the shallow and 3.00m in the deep water. The wooden door leads to a bright and spacious central living area. Each part of this central living space fits beautifully into a perfectly designed interior.
    The colours are simple, creams and stone, with a flagged floor that runs throughout. The shutters are painted in pale pistachio and bright magenta has been introduced throughout the soft furniture and dining chairs which give a contrast of brilliance to the colour scheme. Large French style doors lead from every area to the pool terrace which offers a perfect place to relax for every part of the day.
    Enjoy your stay at Mani House using the sun loungers that surround the pool, the shaded areas to dine or sit under the shade of the huge oak tree whilst playing a game of chess or backgammon.
    The kitchen is located at the rear of the large central living space and is fully equipped with all modern conveniences. It offers direct access to a patio at the back of the house which takes on a traditional, cafe-style appearance featuring pretty, metal chairs and tables and a BBQ and bread oven to conjure up the flavours of Greece.
    On the same level but in a separate wing are three bedrooms. One has a double bed with an en-suite bathroom including a bathtub and a large dressing area. Next, there are two twin bedrooms, each one featuring an en-suite bathroom with shower. All bedrooms have direct access to the pool terrace.
    The next floor features a bedroom with en-suite bathroom and shower and a comfortable double bed, along with an office desk. This room benefits from a balcony overseeing the pool terrace and sea view.
    Finally, on the basement level, the guests can benefit from indoor parking for 2-3 cars.
    On the same level, and for our guests’ comfort, the Mani house caretaker is based. He looks after the property and stays in a self-contained, totally independent apartment, on the basement level. He is very discreet and tends to the engine room located at the same level, as well as the pool, usually twice a week, very early in the morning or very late at night, leaving guests to enjoy their privacy unless he is needed.
    The Mani House is located on a large piece of land which has been planted with colourful indigenous plants, shrubs, and trees. The stone paths, steps, and walkways meander through the property can lead to our old oak tree for the most wonderful shade in the heat of the day.
    The property is very well located in terms of accessing the beach and taverns, shops and cafes which are all a short drive away.
    The Mani House is really exceptional and is situated in a part of Greece that is truly beautiful, unspoiled and wild.
    We look forward to welcoming you soon.

    Local amenities
    -The distance between “ATHENS-KALYVIA” is 286 km and takes about 3 hours time door to door, with departure point ATHENS Psyhico area.
    - For shopping and food or household supplies, there is at a distance of 3 km from the Villa, a supermarket, and an open-air shop where fresh vegetables and fruits are sold.
    - Geographical position information regarding the seaside etc can be found on Google Earth. 36°40'01.40" B 22°31'48.89" E

    Location of holiday rental in Kalyvia near Gytheio, Lakonia, Peloponnese

    Holiday Type: Beach, Family
    Local Activities: Swimming/Watersports, Walking, Fishing, Horse Riding, Cycling/Mountain Biking
    Nearest Airport: Kalamata
    Athens Elefttherios Venizelos
    90km
    292km

    Location description

    The house is located at Mani peninsula, in Kalyvia village, half the way between Gythio (20 km) and Areopolis (20 km)
    There is a variety of taverns and fish taverns all around the place, as well as different beaches. A selection of bars cafes shops and restaurants is available in Gythion, as well as in Areopolis. A mini market is located quite near the villa, in Vathy (5 km).

    -Beaches:

    ”Paralia Kalamakia" at "Skoutari" village (ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ)
    is the nearest and most lovely sandy beach, just 4 minutes by car. It is there where “Kalamakia” fish tavern is located by the beach.”
    Follow the road to Skoutari village out of Kalivia. Turn left at the first road you meet on your left-hand side. Follow the sign to “Kalamakia” parking. Park your car and walk on foot to the direction of the beach.

    ”Praralia “Kamares”, (ΠΑΡΑΛΙΑ ΚΑΜΑΡΕΣ) is as
    well, close to the house, not more than 5 minutes by car, a sandy beach extended to 1.5Km long. Visiting that beach, it is recommended that you chose its upper end in “Kamares” village. Driving out of Kalivia, turn right, down the road to the sea. Continue driving till you meet on your right-hand side, the old Stone Bridge. Turn right to the direction of the bridge. (Do not use the bridge). At the sign to “Kamares”, turn again right and follow this road until its end. Park your car and after swimming, you can choose between two local taverns for lunch.

    Paralia “Vathy”, (ΠΑΡΑΛΙΑ ΒΑΘΥ) 5 minutes drive,
    is a sandy beach nearby hotel “Belle Helene”. Turn right driving out of the village to the direction of “Vathy /Ageranos/Kamares”. Follow the road down to the sea, continue till you meet at your right-hand side the old stone bridge, (do not use the bridge). Turn right and follow the road to “Ageranos” village (without turning right to Kamares village). Once past “Ageranos” village, keep driving down the road. At your right is now “Belle Helene” hotel. Park your car, and pass through the hotel’s entrance to the beach.

    ”Paganea” (ΠΑΓΑΝΕΑ) seashore, is 2 to 3 minutes drive from the cottage. This is a small port for fish boats. Leaving the entrance of the villa turn left, following down the road.
    At the first turn to the right. Keep driving down till you meet the sea. Beyond “Paganea” seashore, within a distance of 3 minutes drive, there are two more picturesque little gulfs, 5 minutes away from each other, very quiet and calm, out of the crowds, for only a few admirers, ideal for those who seek tranquillity and isolation.
    Leaving the entrance of the villa turn left, following down the road. At the first roads cross keep driving straight ahead. Drive slowly since the
    road becomes narrow and difficult. Meeting the first choice to turn right drive till you meet the beach

    ”Petalea” (ΠΕΤΑΛΕΑ) beach: is located at “Mavrovouni bay”, is a sandy beach organized with umbrellas, chaise long, coffee and bar service at the beach, and a restaurant for those who want to have lunch after swimming.
    Drive straight ahead out of Kalivia village. Follow the road without turning left or right, till you meet with the highway. Turn right with a
    direction to Gythion. At the end of this road, just in front of you the Saint Constantine’s Orthodox Church. Turn to the right. Keep driving till this road becomes quite larger, with 2 lanes in each direction. Then drive slowly looking for a sign with direction to Gythio. Gythio is signed with two different directions. The one indicates straightforward drive while the other direction indicates turn to the right. Follow the second choice, by turning right. Keep driving carefully since the road is an old one with quite often turns right and left. When meeting the beginning of a straight road, turn right at the wooden sign indicating "Petalea”. (Be careful so you will not miss the turn off the road). Keep driving to the sandy beach, where you park your car.

    Taverns and bars near and around the village:

    A- Taverns
    Vassili’s (Thalami): Fish tavern At "Ageranos" (ΑΓΕΡΑΝΟΣ) village. Mainly open all day. Grilled fresh fish, fried small fishes, squid, octopus e.t.c. Grilled meat, and traditional Greek oven, Italian pasta etc.

    George’s Tavern: Located at "Drossopigi" (ΔΡΟΣΟΠΗΓΗ) village, at the upper spot of a small mountain Open mainly at evening, A good inexpensive grilled food, some local dishes, eggs with “syglino” (Smoked pork or pork sausage with aromatic herbs such as thyme, or oregano, mint, e.t.c, stored in lard with orange peel), traditional Greek oven dishes, such as, mousaka, pastitsio stuffed vegetables etc.

    Skoutari (ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ) fish tavern (Kalamakia/ΚΑΛΑΜΑΚΙΑ): Located on the sandy beach of "Skoutari " village serves inexpensive fish they catch with their own boat and Greek dishes. It is a nice place for having lunch after a bath in the crystal clear sea waters, of the "Skoutari-Paganea" gulf. It is as well recommended for an evening drink or meal.

    "Kotronas" (ΚΟΤΡΩΝΑΣ) is a picturesque fishing port and small seaside resort on the edge of a bay. It is a lovely place by the sea, for a coffee or a drink. You even can have your dinner or lunch, at the fish tavern located on the main square of the village.

    Fish Taverna “Takis” in 'Limeni" village
    The Sunset
    Driving down the slope of the mountain, “Limeni” (ΛΙΜΕΝΙ) suddenly appears inside a small cove with old stone houses hung on the Rocky hillside with cypress. The side of the sea with its deep blue coloΘr is a unique landscape that you rarely meet elsewhere. The turquoise waters of the seashore are not salty because they are coming through subterranean flows from the rocks. It does worth to watch the sunset from “Takis” tavern. The superb fresh fish at this small restaurant in "Limeni", the port of "Areopoli", draws locals from as far away as “Kalamata”, so be sure to make a reservation if you want a seaside table. This is not the place to eat if you are squeamish about seeing fish prepared a few feet away from where you are eating. On the other hand, the seafood here is so good that you may find yourself coming back for a meal after a meal while you are in Mani.

    The lobster “Diablo” (lobster with spaghetti in a tangy sauce with green peppers) is among the memorable "fancy" dishes, but a plain grilled fish is equally delicious.

    Gythio: (ΓΥΘΕΙΟ) tavern Saga): This is a good tavern by the sea in Gythio. There you can find fresh fish, octopus, calamari, (squids), and other fish dishes. In Gythio, you can find a variety of restaurants and taverns along the walk of the coastal road.

    B-Bars

    “Areopoli” and mainly ¨Gythio” are the nearest towns where you can find a variety of bars and coffee shops.

    Other activities

    DAYS OUT

    Southern Mani peninsula
    First stop Areopoli / (ΑΡΕΟΠΟΛΗ) (22Km south of Kalivia village) has an austere look and plenty of towers and churches. Its name (town of Ares, ancient God of war) was bestowed for its efforts in the war of independence. You can enjoy your coffee at the main square which is the centre of life in the town and a great place to watch people. The town sights are plenty. Its narrow alleys and cobbled streets are a photographer’s dream and, being a historic town, there are a number of places worth visiting. (Kapetanakis tower, Mavromihalis Tower museum, (four storey tower), Church of Taxiarhon (17th century). Drive straight ahead out of Kalivia village. Follow the road without turning left or right, till you meet with the highway. Turn left with a direction to Gythion. At the end of this road, just in front of you the Saint Constantine’s Orthodox Church. Turn to the left to the direction of “Areopoli” ΑΡΕΟΠΟΛΗ). Drive straight ahead out of Kalivia village. Follow the road without turning left or right, till you meet with the highway. Turn right with a direction to Gythion. At the end of this road, just in front of you the Saint Constantine’s Orthodox Church. Turn to the left t o the direction of “Areopoli” (ΑΡΕΟΠΟΛΗ) Following the map out of Areopolis, on the road to Diros caves (ΣΠΗΛΑΙΑ ΔΥΡΟΥ) (7Km).

    Vathia
    Vatheia (Greek: Βαθειά, Greek pronunciation: [Βάθεια], also Vathia) is a little town in Laconia, Greece, on the Mani Peninsula. It is part of the municipal unit Oitylo. Rarely is such a beauty encountered: a traditional residential district of Manι, full of towers. Vathia is located 65 Km from Kalyvia village and it is one of the most dramatic villages in Mani. It is famous for its grand towers (Pyrgoi). Vatheia is situated in a hilly setting and is linked with the road running north to Areopoli and Kalamata and south to Cape Tenaro/Matapan. To the north, hills and mountains overlook the town. Farmland and sparse forest cover the valley areas. On the hilltops are abandoned homes, which are colored with earth and topaz along with its rooftops which are like fortresses and were built out of the stone south of the place (plateia). Modern buildings exist in the centre. Now Vatheia is a tourist attraction in spring because of its wild flowers that cover the nearby hills and its breathtaking views. Not far away from Vathia, the villages Lagia (17 Km) and Alika (4 Km) are worth a visit.

    Monemvasia (Greek: Μονεμβασία), is a town and a municipality in Laconia, Greece. The town is located on a small peninsula off the east coast of the Peloponnese. The peninsula is linked to the mainland by a short causeway 200m in length. Its area consists mostly of a large plateau some 100 meters above sea level, up to 300m wide and 1 km long, the site of a powerful medieval fortress. The town walls and many Byzantine churches remain from the medieval period. The seat of the municipality is the town Molaoi. The town's name derives from two Greek words, mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance". It's Italian form, Malvasia, gave its name to Malmsey wine. Monemvasia's nickname is the Gibraltar of the East or The Rock.

    Geography
    The town is built on the slope to the south-east of the rock, overlooking Palaia Monemvasia bay. Many of the streets are narrow and fit only for pedestrians. A small hamlet of about 10 houses lies to the northwest.

    History
    The town and fortress were founded in 583 by people seeking refuge from the Slavic and the Avaric invasion of Greece. A history of the invasion and occupation of the Peloponnese was recorded in the medieval Chronicle of Monemvasia. From the 10th century AD, the town developed into an important trade and maritime centre. The fortress withstood the Arab and Norman invasions in 1147; cornfields that fed up to 30 men were killed inside the fortress. William II of Villehardouin took it in 1248, on honourable terms, after three years of siege; in 1259 William was captured by the Greeks after the battle of Pelagonia and in 1262 it was retroceded to Michael VIII Palaiologos as part of William's ransom.

    Rock of Monemvasia. Main Square.
    It remained part of the Byzantine Empire until 1460, becoming the seat of an imperial governor, a landing place for Byzantine operations against the Franks, the main port of shipment (if not always production) for Malmsey wine, and one of the most dangerous lairs of corsairs in the Levant. The Emperors gave it valuable privileges, attracting Roger de Lluria who sacked the lower town in 1292. The town welcomed the Catalan Company on its way eastward in 1302. In 1397 the Despot of the Morea, Theodore I Palaiologos, deposed the local dynast of Monemvasia, who appealed to Sultan Bayezid I and was reinstated by Turkish troops. In 1419, the rock appears to have come into the possession of Venice though it soon returned to the Despot. About 1401, the historian George Sphrantzes was born in the town. After the fall of Constantinople in 1453, Monemvasia held out against the threats of Sultan Mehmed II in 1458 and 1460 when it became the only remaining domain of the Despot of the Morea, Thomas Palaiologos, claimant of the Imperial throne. He had no forces to defend it; he offered it to the Sultan and finally sold it to the Pope. By 1464 the inhabitants found the Pope's representative feeble and the Pope unable to protect them; they admitted a Venetian garrison. The town was fairly prosperous under Venetian rule until the peace of 1502-3, in which it lost its farm lands, the source of its food supply and of Malmsey wine. The food had to come by sea or from Turkish-held lands, and the cultivation of wine languished under Turkish rule. The rock was governed by the Venetians until the treaty of 1540, which cost the Republic Nauplia and Monemvasia, her last two possessions on mainland Greece. Those inhabitants who did not wish to live under Turkish rule were given lands elsewhere. The Ottomans then ruled the town until the brief Venetian recovery in 1690, then again from 1715 to 1821. It was known as "Menekşe" ("Violet" in Turkish) during Ottoman rule and was a sanjak (province) centre in the Morea Eyalet. The commercial importance of the town continued until the Orlov Revolt (1770) in the Russo-Turkish War, which saw its importance declined severely. The town was liberated from Ottoman rule on July 23, 1821, by Tzannetakis Grigorakis who entered the town with his private army during the Greek War of Independence.

    Modern times
    In 1971, Monemvasia became linked with the rest of the outside world through a bridge on the western side that connects to GR-86.
    In more recent history, the town has seen a resurgence in importance with increasing numbers of tourists visiting the site and the region. The medieval buildings have been restored, and many of them converted to hotels.

    Mystras and Sparta on Mountain Taygetos
    Ancient Mystras, (ΜΙΣΤΡΑΣ) the Byzantine city-state (59Km). Go on to the national road towards Gythion, then, Sparta and Mystras.
    Mystras occupies a steep foothill on the northern slopes of Mt. Taygetos, 5Km NW of Sparti. The castle on the top of the hill was founded in 1249 by the Frankish leader Wiliam Villeharduin. The whole of Mystras is an open-air museum, a reminder of the glorious era of power and culture. “Taygetos” or “Pentadactylos” is the highest mountain in the Peloponnese, stretching between the river Evrotas - Megalopolis and Messinia. The top of a height of 2407 meters and is called, “Prophet Helias”. It presents a wide variety of flora and fauna due to the large size with only 25 endemic species while a passage for migratory birds. On the slopes of Taygetos are numerous small villages with great local colour and operates at an altitude mountain resort 1,600 meters.

    Close to “Mystras” is “Trypi” (ΤΡΥΠΙ) village (4Km). Trypi is a small village of almost 300 inhabitants. Its main attraction is the steep ravine of "Kaiadas", where the Spartans were said to abandon their weak and deformed infants as well as the criminals, traitors and war prisoners. “Kaiadas” is a very scenic gorge and may result a bit frightening for those who are aware of this tradition. You can find the Byzantine churches of “Agioi Theodoroi” and “Koimisi tis Theotokou” in “Trypi” as well as the abandoned monastery of “Agios “Ioannis Prodromos”. Have also in mind that Saint Nikon lived and taught in the area and visit his cave.
    Apart from historical attractions, “Trypi” is surrounded by beautiful scenery. It has many streams, among which we find the springs of “Karvasaras” and “Vasiloneri”. If you love nature, there are many hiking trails and a climbing park in the “Laggada gorge”.
    ”Trypi” also has some useful facilities. There are good restaurants with delicious local appetizers and traditional meals in moderate prices. It is recommended to experience Greek coffee prepared on the stove.

    Practical remarks and information to make your stay more comfortable and safe

    Welcoming you at the house we wish you a pleasant stay. In the meantime, we would like to remind you that you now live in the countryside, and some precautions could help you avoid unlikely events or accidents. It is suggested that, strolling or using the garden, care should be taken for any possible existence of snakes, insects, e.t.c. When you leave your room, it is better that you close the doors, for the unlike event that a snake or insect creep in the house. The swimming pool is not deep enough, for plunging or diving which could cause an accident. Since the swimming pool has no fence.

    Local events

    D-Cultural events

    Every New Years Eve, the exchange of gifts. It's an event which is held with the initiative of the Council of Gythio, in the area of the Christmas scenes which have been constructed for the festive holidays. Whoever wants to, can bring their gifts or cakes to the Town hall and after the change of the year with fireworks, music, dancing and other festivities, the Mayor shares out the gifts and the cakes to all who are there.
    -The second day of Easter, the traditional get together on the island of "Kranai" in front of the castle with lambs on the spit and in the oven according to Manian customs, with a local band dancing, wine, red painted eggs and a merry mood.
    -The 1st of October, in Gythio, the fishermen fish the best "maridaki" (a very small fish) in the world. This is celebrated with a traditional feast in the afternoon of the same day, where the first catch is served with plenty of wine, free.
    -The last Saturday of Carnival period (end of February) all the local authorities in collaboration with the schools, organize the Carnival parade which year by year it becomes more popular. At the beginning of the parade comes the big Carnival and behind him, groups of maskers dressed in fancy dresses. The parade ends up in the wharf of the port where takes place the burning of the Carnival in an atmosphere of fireworks, music and dancing.
    -"Marathonissia" painting and book exhibitions, theatre performances, beach volley games e.t.c.
    -On September 14, the Exaltation of the Holy Cross. An outdoor trade on Gythio's market.
    -Finally, you may visit the town hall in Gythio and get the program of the year for all summer events in the nearby area

    Directions

    Upon Arrival in Kalyvia Village:
    You will be met upon arrival by George, at the village of Kalyvia. Please call number, +30 6972090333 and we will come and meet you.

    Directions from Athens Airport by Car: (292Κm)
    1- From Athens Airport take signs of the motorway towards Corinth (ΚΚόρινθος)
    2- Once on the E94 keep going, past Corinth to E65 in the direction of “Tripoli” (Τρίπολη)
    3- Eventually you will see the city of “Tripoli” (Τρίπολη) on your right-hand side. You now need to start looking out for your turn-off, for the road towards Sparta.
    4- You will now turn right to join the national road to Sparta, (Σπάρτη) (make sure you are not going towards Kalamata!!).
    5- After 45Km you will come down the mountain meeting Sparta town,
    (Σπάρτη).
    6- Keep going straight forward, till you meet the sign of “Gythio” (Γύθειο).
    7- Turn left to the direction of Gythio town.
    8- Driving for 30Km now you have to watch so you won’t miss your turn off, for the road towards “Areopoli” (Αρεόπολη).
    Turn right as soon as you meet the “Areopolis” exit, and keep driving till you meet the Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalivia sign (Κότρωνας/ Σκουτάρι /Καλύβια). At this spot, a Greek Orthodox Church will be at your right-hand side. Turn left at “Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalivia” sign, till you find the next sign with direction to “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea” (Σκουτάρι Καλύβια Παγανέα). Turn left at the sign indicating the direction of “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea”. Keep driving just following the road, without turning left or right, (be sure that you do not turn right to Skoutari village). This road once followed, will lead you just straight to Kalyvia (Καλύβια) village. Once you enter the village, keep driving through. You will drive past a small stone built square with three trees, and a phone booth, where the main road is following 180/o turns to the left, sea view will be in front of you. Please park your car and Call on 0030 6972090333, the villa is 3 minutes by foot from this point.

    Directions from Kalamata’s Airport by car: (90,3Km)

    1- Leaving the airport gate, turn left. At the end of the road turn right joining E65 of “Kalamata Tripoli”. (Καλαμάτα Τρίπολη) Keep driving on the same road which changes name to “Iroon Politechniou” (Ηρώων Πλυτεχνείου)
    2- At the end of the road turn right at “Artemidos” (Αρτέμιδος)
    street.
    3- At the next turn, left at “Likourgou” (Λυκούργου) street.
    4- Keep driving. Once crossing “Psaron” (Ψαρών) street, then the road’s name
    changes, to “Kritis” (Κρήτης). After counting 7 streets on your right-hand side, on the 8th “Akrita street” (Ακρίτα) you turn right.
    5- This street leads to the sea waterfront.
    6- Turn left and follow the coastal road “Navarinou”
    (Ναβαρίνου) straight forward till you meet the national road of “Areopoli" – (Αρεόπολη) "Kalamata”, (Καλαμάτα) then turn right.
    7- Keep driving till you meet the sign to “Gythio”, (Γύθειο) few meters out of “Areopoli” town.
    8- Turn left following the Areopoli-Gythio (Αρεόπολη-Γύθειο) road for 20Km.
    9- When you meet the sign to “Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalyvia”, (Κότρωνας/ Σκουτάρι/ Καλύβια) at this point a Greek Orthodox Church will be on your left- hand side.
    10-Turn right at “Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalivia” (Κότρωνας Σκουτάρι Καλύβια ) sign, till you find the next sign with direction to “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea” (Σκουτάρι Καλύβια Παγανέα).
    11-Turn left at the sign indicating the direction to “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea” (Σκουτάρι Καλύβια Παγανέα). Keep driving just following the road, without turning left or right, (be sure that you do not turn right to Skoutari village). This road once followed, will lead you straight to Kalyvia (Καλύβια) village. Once you enter the village, keep driving through. You will drive past a small stone built square with three trees, and a phone booth, where the main road is following 180/o turns to the left, sea view will be in front of you. Please park your car and Call on 0030 6972 090333. Kriviana villa is 3 minutes by foot from this point.

    Directions from Kalamata’s Airport by car: (90,3Km)

    1- Leaving the airport gate, turn left. At the end of the road turn right joining E65 of “Kalamata Tripoli”. (ΚΑΛΑΜΑΤΑ ΤΡΙΠΟΛΗ) Keep driving on the same road which changes name to “Iroon Politechniou” (ΗΡΩΩΝ ΠΟΛΥΤΕΧΝΕΙΟΥ)
    2- At the end of the road turn right at “Artemidos” (ΑΡΤΕΜΙΔΟΣ) street.
    3- At the next turn, left at “Likourgou” (ΛΥΚΟΥΡΓΟΥ) street.
    4- Keep driving. Once crossing “Psaron” (ΨΑΡΩΝ) street the road name changes to “Kritis” (ΚΡΗΤΗΣ). After counting 7 streets on your right-hand side, on the 8th “Akrita street ”, (ΑΚΡΙΤΑ) you turn right.
    5- This street leads to the sea waterfront.
    6- Turn left and follow the coastal road “Navarinou” (ΝΑΒΑΡΙΝΟΥ) straight forward till you meet the national road of “Areopoli" – (ΑΡΕΟΠΟΛΗ) "Kalamata”, (ΚΑΛΑΜΑΤΑ) then turn right.
    7- Keep driving till you meet the sign to “Gythio”, (ΓΥΘΕΙΟ) few meters out of “Areopoli” town.
    8- Turn left following the Areopoli-Gythio (ΑΡΕΟΠΟΛΗ-
    ΓΥΘΕΙΟ) road for 20Km.
    9- When you meet the sign to “Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalyvia”, (ΚΟΤΡΩΝΑΣ ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ ΚΑΛΥΒΙΑ) at this point a Greek Orthodox Church will be on your left-hand side.
    10-Turn right at “Kotronas/Skoutari/Kalivia” (ΚΟΤΡΩΝΑΣ
    ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ ΚΑΛΥΒΙΑ ) sign, till you find the next sign with direction to “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea” (ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ ΚΑΛΥΒΙΑ
    ΠΑΓΑΝΕΑ).
    11-Turn left at the sign indicating the direction to “Skoutari/Kalivia/Paganea” (ΣΚΟΥΤΑΡΙ ΚΑΛΥΒΙΑ ΠΑΓΑΝΕΑ). Keep driving just following the road, without turning left or right, (be sure that you do not turn right to Skoutari village). This road once followed, will lead you straight to Kalyvia (ΚΑΛΥΒΙΑ) village. Once you enter the village, keep driving through. You will drive past a small stone built square with three trees, and a phone booth, where the main road is following an 180/o turns to the left, sea view will be in front of you. Please park your car and Call on 0030 6972 0903330030 6972 090333. Kriviana villa is, 3 minutes by foot from this point.

    Accommodation, Facilities and Services

    Suitability: Smoking Allowed, Pets Considered
    General: Air conditioning, Central heating, Electric Fan/s, Internet Access, Stairgate, Beach equipment, Hairdryer
    Bedrooms: 4 Bedrooms, Sleeps 8
    2 Double/s with ensuite, 2 Twin/s with ensuite
    Bathrooms: 4 Bathroom/s
    1 Bath/s, 3 Shower/s, 5 Toilets/s
    Lounge: Seating for 8 people
    Video, CD Player, Radio, DVD Player, Large screen TV
    Dining Area: Seating for 8 people
    Kitchen/Utility: Oven, Grill, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Kettle, Toaster, Coffee maker, Dishwasher, Washing machine, Tumble dryer, Ironing board, Iron
    Outdoors: Swimming Pool, BBQ, Private garden, Balcony, Terrace, Sunloungers, Patio table, Patio chairs, Sunshade, Outside shower
    Access: Car essential
    Services: Linen provided, Towels provided, Cleaning included, Cleaning extra
    Facilities in each room: Ensuite, Internet access, Hairdryer

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    Rates

    Price quoted in £ Sterling
    Period Weekly Midweek per night Minimum Stay
    1- Fm 10 October 2018 To 31 May 2019 €3,878€554 4 Days
    2- Fm 1 June 2019 To 30 June 2019 €3,650€522 4 Days
    3- Fm 1 July 2019 To 31 August 2019 €4,250€607 7 Days
    4- Fm 1 September 2019 To 10 October 2019 €3,650€521 4 Days
    5- Fm 11 October 2019 To 31 May 2020 €3,880€554 4 Days

    Please Note: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion. Currency conversions are not guaranteed to be accurate.

    Deposit/Booking Notes

    Operating under Hellenic tourist organisation licence No MHTE 1248K92000322401
    1- Refundable deposit in Euro: A minimum of Euro 800
    2-Advance payment 40%, or full payment if a booking is within 8 weeks
    3-Optional use of central heating on winter time, with a charge of Euro 50,00 per day (usually beginning on mid-November, lasting roughly till the end of March).
    4-Check in time 15.00
    5-Check out time 10.00
    6-Minimum stay: One week
    7-Adequate holiday insurance covering you and all members of your party must be arranged prior to departure and taken with you when you travel.
    This is a condition of renting "Mani house".
    8-The cost for periods exceeding two weeks is subject for an agreement on a case by case basis

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    Owner Details

    Owner Name:
    George

    Property Ref:
    08874

    Languages Spoken:
    Greek English French Arabic

    Preferred Contact Method:
    Enquiry Form

    Telephone Number

    Primary Telephone:
    +306972090333

    Secondary Telephone:
    +302106712894

    Owner joined website:
    13 April 2014

    Property listed since:
    15 April 2014

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    Owner Details

    Owner Name: George

    Property Ref: 08874

    Languages Spoken: Greek English French Arabic

    Preferred Contact Method: Enquiry Form

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    Primary Telephone: +306972090333

    Secondary Telephone: +302106712894

    Owner joined website: 13 April 2014

    Property listed since: 15 April 2014

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    Mani house

    Villa Ref: 08874

    • Sleeps 8
    • Self Catering
    • 4 Bedrooms
    • Smoking Allowed
    • 4 Bathrooms
    • Pets Considered
    • Near the beach
      Spectacular view
      Full privacy
    • Car essential
      Changeover
      Flexible

    Nearest Airport: Kalamata (90km)


    €521 - €607
    per night

    Owner Details

    Owner Name:
    George

    Property Ref:
    08874

    Languages Spoken:
    Greek English French Arabic

    Preferred Contact Method:
    Enquiry Form

    Telephone Number

    Primary Telephone:
    +306972090333

    Secondary Telephone:
    +302106712894

    Owner joined website:
    13 April 2014

    Property listed since:
    15 April 2014

    Please mention theholidaylet.com and be aware of time differences if making contact by phone.

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