Within large private grounds of 200 sq. km., in the north west coast of Zakynthos and 20 kilometres from Zakynthos town, the current owners gave life to a forgotten region.
The land have been cultivated with loving care and planted with infrequent varieties of trees and plants that tend to disappear from the flora of the island. Five luxurious traditional stone villas were built following the local architecture.
Set in large gardens, with stone walls providing total privacy, the villas do not overlook each other and command superb views above green olive groves, vineyards and dense pinewood to the Adriatic sea. Local craftsmen worked with care and the old traditional way to create an outcome that combines modern comforts with the traditional style of the mountainous village houses.
Stone and pine floors, cypress wood beams, period furniture, stylish wrought-iron dining chairs and bedsteads, lace curtains, art pieces by Karla Gerdau and Asimakis Chanionis, incidental furniture all add to the character of these lovely villas.