Villa Koulios is in Champatha, a little village in the Krionerida district, in Apokoronas, Chania, western Crete. The villa has three large bedrooms and can sleep seven guests. The bedrooms have wooden ceilings and floors.
Located at the base of the mountains, Champatha has approximately 60 permanent residents. In the village of Champatha there’s the 16th century church of Agios Georgios, and in the square there’s a fascinating cave known as Venou, which has wonderful stalactite and stalagmite formations. Maza is the nearest village, where there’s the byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos which has lovely murals, and there’s the Eliniki Kamara bridge which dates back to the Greek-Roman times. Two kilometres away is the village of Vryses, lush with vegetation and famed for its delicious honey and yoghurt, plus there’s the River Vrysanos.
Five kilometres away is Georgioupolis, where there is one of Crete’s most beautiful beaches, plus many restaurants, café-bars, tavernas and ouzeries.
Villa Koulios is a traditional building, where skillful use of wood and stone is evident and adds to the warm, traditional atmosphere. The property offers all the comforts for a relaxing and pleasant holiday.
There’s a secluded heated pool in private, beautiful gardens, with fantastic views of the White Mountains. In the comfortable lounge there’s a fireplace, and outside there’s a stone-built barbecue. The villa has been designed for enjoyable year-round holidays, be it cold winter nights or hot summer days, with family or friends.