|Rental Period||Price Per Day||Price Per Week|
|01 April 2021 - 24 May 2021||73.00€||511€|
|25 May 2021 - 30 June 2021||139.00€||973€|
|01 July 2021 - 12 July 2021||185.00€||1295€|
|13 July 2021 - 23 August 2021||280.00€||1960€|
|24 August 2021 - 31 August 2021||214.00€||1498€|
|01 September 2021 - 30 September 2021||139.00€||973€|
|01 October 2021 - 05 November 2021||73.00€||511€|
Villa Haris, a Corfu villa with private pool, is a modern villa set on two floors in the village of Agios Prokopios Corfu, just 15 mins drive from the airport.
Villa Haris Corfu, has got a (8×4 metres) private swimming pool with private terrace and outside furniture.
The villa is decorated in a comfortable style and it is fully air conditioned in the bedrooms and in the lounge.
The villa sleeps up to 5 people in 2 bedrooms.
The upper floor has a double bed, a sofa bed and a shower-room. The second bedroom in on the lower floor and it is a twin. There is also a common shower-room in this floor.
In villa Harris Corfu, you can also find a kitchen and of course a comfortable lounge with TV, which opens out to the terrace and private pool.
There is wifi internet available in the common areas. Villa Haris has been designed to offer quality holiday in a beautiful natural environment, close to a traditional village.
This location is excellent and central, perfect to explore the beautiful island of Corfu. There are some sea views from the balcony. Villa Haris is the ideal property with private pool for a family.
Portable BBQ and outside furniture are available.
People that stayed in this property, sorted by preference, were a party of:
- 3 adults
- 2 adults
- 4 adults
- 5 adults
- 2 adults and 3 children
- 4 adults and a child
- 2 adults and a child
- 3 adults and a child
Air conditioning and Wi Fi Internet are provided free of charge
All bed linen, hand and bath towels are included
Any additional or newly imposed government taxes or charges are not included in your arrangement with Eos Travel and are payable locally.
Accepted credit cards
This property has been inspected and approved by the Tourist, Fire and Police authorities. The EOT license is only granted to properties that have met or exceeded their stringent requirements.
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- CD player
- Cot (on request)
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Outdoor Dining
- Private garden
Distance to the sea
Local point of interest
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
Fantastic apartment, great communication would recommend
Beautiful villa, very private, great facilities and comfy beds.
Lovely peaceful place, perfect!
Accommodation very well located
Stay at villa Haris
This place is lovely and peaceful
Four lads for a chilled holiday
The property is conveniently close to Corfu town,...
Belle villa central pour la visite de l ile
Villa Harris Agios Prokopios
Nette Unterkunft und schöne Lage.
But it is by no means Luxurious.
Thanks for having us we really enjoyed the stay.
Fabulous few days! Thank you!
We enjoyed it very much.
Overall, the villa was nice and we enjoyed our stay.
Place is beautiful and private. Pool was great as well as mountain views....
We had a pleasant stay in Corfu.
Great house in the mountains
Wonderful villa! Everything was clean and the location was top!
everything was fine!
The Villa WOW. What a find! Up in the hills just south of Corfu town Villa Haris is in a truly special place.
We loved the rural location of the villa and the central location being only 10-15 minutes from a few beaches.
Calme et confortable
Not as described
A nice villa
Vacanza a Corfù in famiglia
Agios Prokopios is a traditional village on a hill in central Corfu, at a height of 440 metres, just a few kms off Corfu town and the airport. It consists of approximately 400 permanent residents and a history of at least 700 years . The village was renamed lately as for centuries it was known as Psoraroi or Psorarou.
Agios Prokopios is a representative sample of the Corfiot architecture, met in the small neighbourhoods with the pure traditional features. A walk through these neighbourhoods will give you the chance to enjoy the local rural architecture.
The village is well known for its churches: Agios Vasilios, since 1511, Agia Triada and Agii Pantes, since 1745 and Agios Prokopios since the 16th century. This church was destroyed by fire early in the 19th century and was re-built in 1937.
The point of interest in Agios Prokopios is an olive tree at the south-eastern part of the hill in the village, which is probably the oldest and the biggest olive tree on the island with a 19 mtrs trunk.
Sports and natureActivities are limited and a hired car is highly recommended. Someone can experience fantastic walks through the olive grove and tiny trails towards the unspoiled hills.
NightlifeThere is no nightlife in Agios Prokopios. Just a short walk of ten minutes away is Kastellanoi, a bigger community with super markets, tavernas, bars and facilities which cannot be found in Agios Prokopios. In alternative a ten minutes drive will lead you to Corfu town where all types of night life can be found.
Culture & historyThe name is more recent than the village itself, as for more than 550 years it was known as Psoraroi or Psorarou. On 1936, the residents demanded that it is renamed, because the old name reminded of Psoriasis , and they felt offended by this. In various texts from as early as 1381, references can be found to the village as Psorarci, while in a 1497 document, it's called the "village of Psoraraioi". Just a ten minutes drive is the world wide famous Achilion Palace. The Achilleion Palace was built by Empress of Austria Elisabeth of Bavaria, also known as Sisi, in 1890, as a summer palace in the region of Gastouri. The palace was designed by Italian architect Raffaele Caritto. Ernst Herter, a famous German sculptor, was commissioned to create works inspired from Greek mythology. His famous sculpture Dying Achilles, created in Berlin in 1884 as inscribed in the statue, forms the centrepiece of the Achilleion Gardens. Achilion has been used in recent times for the European summit meetings in 1994 and in 2003 and lately it has been used as a museum with hundreds of thousands visitors annualy.