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Villa Yalenia balcony view
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Villa yalenia is a luxury villa in an exquisite environment full of green. Situated within the gulf of Vlucho near Geni which is a tiny and quite village ideal for those who want to find peace and relaxation in a short distance from Nydri‘s city life. Geni is at the east coast of the island, 4km away from Nydri and 21 km from the city of Lefkada. Villa Yalenia is built in a seaside lot full of beautiful trees and luxuriant vegetation in a magnificent location of spectacular scenery natural beauty. A beautiful maisonette (226m2), exceptionally high standard, with superior furniture and fittings and A/C throughout. Just 30m away from the sea with spacious verandas, with an amazing garden, a 50 m2 outside swimming-pool, kiosks, and a private harbor. Ideal for those who want the privacy, and comfort of a spacious, fully equipped house and a must accommodation for Yachts or Boat owners. Villa Yalenia is a majestic property for a pleasant, unforgettable stay. Offers comfort luxury, style and unique atmosphere to the visitors. The Villa can accommodate up to eight persons.

www.villayalenia.gr

Copyright: Costas vassis
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Hochgeladen: 28/02/2012
Aktualisiert: 02/07/2014
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Tags: lefkada; nidri; luxury villa; vacation; holidays; beach
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