The house build by reinforce concrete has two floors , small patio and small garden.The plot faces the main road to Spartia Beach and its only 150m from main square of the village.
Spartia village is located 12 km southeast of Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia. It is a traditional fishing village with abundant natural beauty that attracts many visitors. The beach of Spartia lies next to its fishing jetty enclosed by a steep limestone cliff known as Hatzoklis. The cliff gives respite to the beach from the afternoon sun as well as the strong winds. If you like to stroll around the beach you will find interesting rocky enclaves and pools in the outcrops nearby. Water is crystal blue and warm.At Spartia’s beach duo you’re set up for the day, but there are lots of other nearby beaches to enjoy too. A 15-minute drive takes you to Avithos – a long sandy Blue Flag beach that comes with shallow water, sunbeds and umbrellas. You’ll also get a couple of tavernas and view across to a little white church on Dias Island. Or there’s Lourdas Beach, 20 minutes’ away – another Blue Flag winner with watersports and views across to Zante.
The ruins of the Venetian-built Castle of Saint George sit 320 metres high, up in the village of Peratata, less than 10 minutes’ drive away. Apparently, Byron was a big fan of the views from here. For a small fee you can wander around the remains, then pop next door to the Kastro Café, where Spiro makes a mean cheesecake and his mother, Anastacia, sells her homemade lace.
A couple of minimarkets-cum-gift shops are as far as Spartia stretches on the shopping front. That’s okay, though, because the capital Argostoli has lots of shops along the pedestrianised Lithostroto Street. Jewellery, ceramics and embroidered linen are all showcased here along with Kefalonia’s popular sweet treats – the colourful almond mandola and the quince, almond and honey combo of pastokidono.
Property Id : 19728
Price: € 88.000