10 minutes from the spectacular sandy beaches of the west coast, the farming village of Tsoukoulades lies within a beautiful, undulating landscape of cypress forest and olive groves. The sleepy village has several tavernas, a cafenion and a supermarket.
Two kilometres away from the village, on a hillside overlooking Agios Yannis beach, are the 3 villas of The Sirens.
Homer never named the Sirens but mythology records 3 of the Sirens being named as Leucosia, Parthenopi and Ligia.
The villas are surrounded by a natural landscape of olive groves and pine trees - there are no immediate neighbours.
Each villa has been finished to a high standard of modern comfort. All rooms open out onto wide balconies and terraces with spectacular views along the west coast and across the sea to AntiPaxos and the mountains of the Greek mainland beyond.
A perfect spot for sunsets.
High stone walls and mature olive trees divide each of the 3 villas and provide good privacy.
Each villa has a private pool 8 x 5.5 metres & depth 0.80 – 1.60 metres
Maid service and linen change twice weekly.
Location: car hire recommended. 5 minute drive to Tsoukoulades village and a 10 to 15 minute drive to Agios Nikitas and the sandy beaches of Kathisma and Milos. Lefkas Town is a drive of 10 minutes.
Villas Leucosia and Parthenopi each have a ground floor of two double bedrooms each with en suite bathroom. First floor of an open-plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen. Second floor of one double bedroom and en suite bathroom.
Villa Ligia has a ground floor of two double bedrooms each with en suite bathroom. First floor of an open-plan sitting room, dining area and kitchen; one double bedroom and en suite bathroom.
- Air-con throughout
- Satellite TV/DVD
- CD player
- Washing machine
- Mosquito screens on windows
- Pool towels & hairdryers provided