Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

Eurycleia

1 Bedroom / 1 Bathroom / Sleeps 2

Eurycleia and Melantho are two neighbouring villas in the small hamlet of Brouzi, 2.5 kilometres south of the island’s capital, Vathy.

Eurycleia nursed Odysseus and his son, Telemachus, when they were babies.

From Vathy a road winds its way south through a beautiful, natural, undulating landscape with only a very few houses and dramatic views to sea. This peaceful, southern part of Ithaca produces most of the island’s wine. Surrounding hillsides and valleys contain an attractive patchwork display of vineyards, olive groves, pine forest and hillsides of myrtle and cypress trees.

Villa Eurycleia overlooks a beautiful, natural wilderness a few kilometres below the village of Perachori and a 10 minute drive south from Vathy.

Eurycleia offers a comfortable and private retreat.

Private swimming pool 5 x 3 metres & depth 1.60 metres

Maid service and linen change twice weekly.

Location: car hire recommended. Vathy and its good selection of tavernas, bars, shops and boat hire, is a drive of 15 minutes. Perachori village, a drive of 10 minutes, has two tavernas. The pretty beach of Kaminia is a 10 minute, bumpy drive along a little-used unmade track. Goat tracks lead through olive groves to the small medieval town of Paleochora, once the island’s capital but now abandoned to the vestiges of fortified houses and churches with fading Byzantine frescoes.

Accommodation: open-plan studio of an open-plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen; one double bedroom and en suite bathroom with shower. 

Facilities:

  • Air-con throughout
  • WiFi
  • Smart TV
  • Dishwasher
  • Nespresso machine
  • Mosquito screens on windows
Eurycleia