|Rental Period||Price Per Day||Price Per Week|
|14 April 2021 - 20 April 2021||90.00€||630€|
|21 April 2021 - 24 May 2021||79.00€||553€|
|25 May 2021 - 30 June 2021||160.00€||1120€|
|01 July 2021 - 11 July 2021||220.00€||1540€|
|12 July 2021 - 31 July 2021||310.00€||2170€|
|01 August 2021 - 23 August 2021||345.00€||2415€|
|24 August 2021 - 31 August 2021||274.00€||1918€|
|01 September 2021 - 30 September 2021||160.00€||1120€|
|01 October 2021 - 05 November 2021||79.00€||553€|
Villa Liana is a modern holiday home located in a quiet area in Nisaki, Corfu, with air conditioning, a private swimming pool and a magnificent views from the bay of Ipsos all the way to the South Ionian Sea and the coasts of Greek Mainland.
This lovely villa is very close to local amenities and offers great sunbathing and outdoors facilities in a spectacular location. Leana can accommodate a family or group of up to 6 people in two bedrooms and lounge sofas.
The house is set in two levels and the outside gate leads to a private parking lot next to the main entrance, on the ground floor.
This entrance door opens into an open plan modern space, which consists of a sitting and dining area with adjacent fully equipped kitchen.
The air-conditioned living room is at the end of this space, with comfy sofas, which can accommodate two people and large patio doors that open out onto the lovely front balcony with the magnificent view of Ipsos Bay, all the way up to Greek Mainland’s coasts.
Next to it is set a family shower room with washing machine and a side door which leads to the pool terrace.
The interior staircase lands on a small hallway, in the upper level. This part of the house consists of a modern bathroom, which is shared in between the two bedrooms. One of them is a double and the second is a twin, both with private balconies, equipped with private sitting facilities and offering amazing views.
Pool and Terraces
The infinity pool is placed at the back of this charming house and it is surrounded by large sunny terraces with views over the bay and the open Ionian Sea. Sun loungers, side shower and sitting facilities are available around the pool, for anyone who would wish to spend the day indoors sunbathing, rather walking down the path to Nisaki local beaches.
Villa Leana is located in a small neighbourhood of Nisaki, close to Corfu Residence Hotel, just a few steps away from a supermarket and the Local Bus stop. The views offered are stunning and the short proximity to the surrounding small beaches make it an ideal place to stay, for anyone seeking a relaxing holiday away from it all, but also so close to them.
– Panoramic views.
– Sea views.
– Sea 750m.
– Airport 23.2km.
– Shops 900m.
– Kiosk 280m.
– Bar 400m.
– Closest beach 730m.
– Nearest restaurant 400m.
– Nearest supermarket 280m.
– Nearest mini-market 280m.
– Points of interest 7.5km.
– ATM 280m.
– Bank 21km.
– Water Park 30km.
– Marina 13.8km.
– Dive centre 800m.
– Hospital 14.7km.
– Police Station 7.3km.
– Eos Local Office 7km.
– Petrol Station 2km.
– Nissaki,Corfu, Post Code: 49083., GPS: (39.726116, 19.892773).
Pool Extra Information
Pool towels are available .
The following outside facilities are available for your own use:
– Barbeque mobile.
– Parking available (Private).
– Garden and a gardener that will visit from time to time.
– Shaded terrace.
– Sun loungers.
The following facilities are available in the property for your own use:
– Wi Fi Internet.
– Lounge Air con.
– Washing machine.
– Lounge comfortable sofas.
– DVD player.
– Hair dryer.
– Iron & ironing board.
– Cleaning materials.
– Books (available).
– Heating (Air con).
Kitchen and Dinner Facilities
– Dinning Area
– Kitchen Area
– Separate Dinner
– Coffee Machine (Filter)
– Cooker with full oven
– Dining and dishes utensils
– High chair
– Electric hob rings
– Blender / Multi
Cleaner:Twice a week, including your arrival.
Linen:Twice a week, including your arrival.
Towels:Twice a week, including your arrival.
Car hire:Not essential.
– Official Check-in time is 14:00 hrs.
– Luggage Check-in is 13:00 hrs.
– Official Check-out time is 10:00 hrs.
We can be flexible with check in and checkout time on request. The cleaner may be in the property even after the official checking time and will stay until cleaning of the property is complete.
Cards Accepted: Visa, Mastercard.
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Cleaning services
- Cot (on request)
- Detached Property
- Dinning Terrace
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Mountain Views
- Near restaurants
- Near supermarket
- Near tavernas
- Outdoor Dining
- Panoramic Views
- Sea Views
- Supermarket Delivery
- Towels provided
- Village location
- Walk to the beach
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Mini - Market
Local point of interest
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
Nisaki - Corfu
Nisaki is only a very small village, extended from the slopes of mount Pantokrator all the way down to the sea and it is located on the northeast coast of Corfu Island, just 25 kms from Corfu Town.
Nisaki, in the Greek language, means: “small island” and it is believed that took its name from the small island, which existed in its bay. Years ago, the locals used to work on this island, shaping stones and rocks for building, brought to them by boats. After many years, the chippings falling into sea formed a ramp and eventually joined the land. Now, there is a narrow road running between the old island, where a couple of Tavernas are standing and the mainland. Lately, a jetty was constructed, linking it permanently to the coast.
The main village of Nisaki was growing up on the hill, above this inlet, where a church, a school, a small cafe and village’s first houses were located.
In now days the village on its own is quite spread out and has got no real center. The main part of the village is alongside and upward the main coastal road. Above the main road there are 2-3 winding lanes that go up high, through olive groves and eventually join Nisaki with the top of Mount Pantokrator.
Hundreds of villas are scattered on the slops of the Mount, offering amazing views and making Nisaki, overall, a very popular resort, even though at most of the times a car would be necessary.
Nissaki is still an un-commercialized resort, but with unbelievable sceneries, promising a relaxing holiday. It is a tranquil village, ideal for family holidays, elderly couples and people who love traditional Greece. Young couples are also welcome, as the area offers a choice of nightlife just a few kilometers further up, in Kassiopi and / or Ipsos.
Sports and natureScuba Diving: Nisaki Beach has clear, calm waters, so it’s a great place for a spot of scuba. There’s a diving school right in front of the cove that caters for all levels. Buy Olive wood souvenirs: Visitors flock from nearby resorts to Nissaki’s beachfront gift shop, The Loom, which is in a 400-year-old house. A breath away from the usual line in tourist goods, this sells quality hand-woven fabrics, painted ceramics and gifts made from olive wood. Hike along the Corfu trail to Old Sinies: Once a sprawling sheep-herding community, the mountain village of Old Sinies is now a crumbling ghost town. Wandering around its deserted stone cottages and churches is a wee bit spooky. To pick up the trail, head north along the road to Vinglatsouri then follow the well-marked route. It’s a bit of a steep one, so don’t forget the sturdy shoes, picnic and water. Water Sports: All types of water sports are available in Nisaki, next to Nisaki Beach Hotel, s.a. ski, paragliding, ringos, banana riding, etc. Rent a boat and explore the coast: Become your own captain and explore the idyllic rocky coasts and small coves or stop at one of the various beachfront tavernas to enjoy the delicious Corfiot specialties. Go snorkeling: Purchase your own gear from a tourist shop or supermarket and explore the underwater world.
NightlifeOnly in Kassiopi (10.0 kms) or Ipsos (9.0 kms)
Culture & historyNisaki, in the Greek language, means: "small island" and it is believed that took its name from the small island, which existed in its bay. Years ago, the locals used to work on this island, shaping stones and rocks for building, brought to them by boats. After many years, the chippings falling into sea formed a ramp and eventually joined the land. Now, there is a narrow road running between the old island, where a couple of Tavernas are standing and the mainland.