|Rental Period||Price Per Day||Price Per Week|
|01 April 2021 - 24 May 2021||95.00€||665€|
|25 May 2021 - 01 June 2021||183.00€||1281€|
|02 June 2021 - 30 June 2021||250.00€||1750€|
|01 July 2021 - 12 July 2021||373.00€||2611€|
|13 July 2021 - 23 August 2021||405.00€||2835€|
|24 August 2021 - 31 August 2021||286.00€||2002€|
|01 September 2021 - 30 September 2021||183.00€||1281€|
|01 October 2021 - 31 October 2021||95.00€||665€|
Villa Theodora is an ideal villa for families up to six persons, located just a few meters up the hill from the main coastal road Corfu town to Kassiopi. It is surrounded by olive trees, on the slops of Mount Pantokrator, close to local supermarkets, local bus station and only 600 meters from Nisaki waterfront. The exceptional panoramic sea-views, the al fresco dining facilities provided, the huge veranda running along the front of the property, the privacy and the location, make villa Theodora the ideal place for a memorable holiday.
The main entrance leads to an open plan modern kitchen, with a large living and dining room area.
The villa also features a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and two twin bedrooms with a communal bathroom. At the front of the house the long balcony with the spectacular sea-views, the brick BBQ, the outdoor dining table, the private swimming pool with the adjacent smaller one for the very young occupants, do complete this delightful property.
The villa is very close to a public footpath, that leads to the water front of Nisaki and not far from the other facilities of Nisaki village. A few steps down the road someone can find Katerina’s supermarket, offering a large variety of groceries, a car rental office (both owned by property’s owner), a bike hire place, a small taverna and the local bus stop to Corfu town or to the beautiful villages on the North of the island.
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
- Air conditioning
- Balcony or terrace
- Cleaning services
- Clothes dryer
- Cot (on request)
- Detached Property
- Dinning Terrace
- DVD player
- Hair dryer
- High chair (on request)
- Ironing board
- Linen provided
- Mountain Views
- Near restaurants
- Near shops
- Near supermarket
- Near tavernas
- Outdoor Dining
- Panoramic Views
- Sea Views
- Supermarket Delivery
- Towels provided
- Washing machine
Distance to the sea
Water - Sport activities
Eos Travel Office
The villa is very beautiful and especially impresses with the great view of the sea from the terrace.
We had a great time and the villa was close to the beach
We had an amazing time here.
Great for us
The villa is fantastically beautiful and has a unique view from the dining terrace
Friendly managers manage this fantastic house with fantastic views.
Beautiful Villa with panoramic view
Villa Theodora is in a lovely location,...
Lovely location spectacular views!
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Superb apartment with stunning views.
The villa, view and facilities were well above expectations.
The villa was adequate, the pool area was lovely and the area was nice with things to do if you want to.
Outside space is fantastic, inside is acceptable.....
Welcoming villa with private pool offering stunning views.
Everything was as described and well cared. The minor problems were cared for with efficiency
Amazing property stunning views
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.