Sea View Apartments Argostoli
The “L” Suites and Apartments, located on the hill between Argostoli and Lassi with fabulous unrestricted sea views.
With magnificent unrestricted views from all rooms in the bay of Argostoli, the sea and the lagoon. The view from the sea view apartments Argostoli is unrestricted on the mountain Ainos, which is one of the highest in Greece with the characteristic of the black fir, Argostoli.
The sea view apartments Argostoli and consists of 21 rooms, a bar and a beautiful swimming pool, perfect for lazing in the sun with a signature cocktail. The bar also offers snacks, ice creams, beers and a large plasma TV for games, documentaries.
The surrounding area is decorated with flowers, palm trees and has free parking for our customers.
The pool is located in the main part of the entrance below the bar with great views. There is also the possibility of renting a car. Prices include full English breakfast.
The Sea View Apartments Argostoli consist off:
12 rooms with a separate bedroom, kitchenette, bathroom and a living room area which has a sofa (turns in to 2 single beds), two (2) Air Conditions and TV.
2 rooms with 2 separated bedrooms, kitchenette, bathroom, two (2) Air Conditions and TV.
1 studio with an opened plan kitchenette, bathroom, Air Condition and TV.
Family Room with 2 x bedrooms can sleeps 5 people, consist kitchen, 2 x A / C, Luxury bathroom.
Studio deluxe for 2 adults and 1 child.
3 (three people) studio for 2 adults and 1 child.
New Luxury Suite with Private Pool and Stunning Sea and Argostoli Views. The suite includes a fully equipped kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 3 x A / C and leather sofas in 100 sq.m. (private chef available).
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The sea view apartments Argostoli are located just 1km from Argostoli and only 0.7km from Lassi with many restaurants, bars, supermarkets. 200m below is the famous beach of Kefalonia Makris and Platis Gialos with beach bar, food, music and water sports.
Kefalonia is the sixth largest island in Greece, occupying an area of 786 sq.km. It is the largest island of the Ionian although it comes second in population with 36,527 inhabitants (2001 census).
The capital of the prefecture of Kefallinia and Ithaca is Argostoli, since 1757. The annexation of the Ionian Islands to Greece took place on May 21, 1864.
The island suffered severe damage from the strong earthquake of 1953, when it was almost leveled, but later rebuilt by the inhabitants as a result, today it is experiencing rapid tourist development.
It is called the ‘island of strangeness’ by the multitude of unusual phenomena recorded on the island. The coastline, 254 km long, reveals a rich horizontal division. Strips of land penetrate the sea forming the peninsulas of Paliki to the west and Erisos to the north, while the sea forms wide coves and bays.
The main ports are Sami, opposite Ithaca, and Argostoli, to the west, which has been a natural naval base of strategic importance since antiquity. The bays of Myrtos and Atheras in the north, and Lourdata and Katelios in the south stand out for the charming beaches that attract many visitors every year. The geological phenomena of the island are Katavothres, the cave of Drogarati and the lake cave of Melissani.
The name Kefallinia, as Herodotus calls it, came from the Kefalonians, a people of Western Greece. The turbulent history of the island, however, brought great fluctuations in its population, followed by intense internal migration to urban centers and migration abroad, with the result that the Kefalonians excel in all lengths and breadths of the Earth, mainly in the field of catering. For example, one of the best cafes in New York, Oasis Cafe, is from Kefalonia and is located in Queens, New York.
In terms of attractions, the most important are the Archaeological Museum of Argostoli, the Maritime and Environmental Museum of Fiskardo, with information on the history of the island, marine life and natural beauty, the Museum of Natural History of Kefalonia and Ithaca, in Davkastia, Ekkli Holy Monastery of Agios Andreas Milapidias, where ecclesiastical relics, hagiographies, icons and frescoes and the Monastery of Agios Gerasimos (or New Jerusalem) are exhibited.
Tradition is the wines produced by the island, with the most famous being the Robola variety, while the Cephalonian cuisine includes the well-known Ionian dishes, such as pastitsada and aliada.
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Sea View Apartments Argostoli