Lourdas Beach Apartments
Greece - South Kefalonia

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Lourdas Beach Apartments

Lourdas Beach Apartments
Greece - South Kefalonia

Just back from the middle of Lourdas’ fine beach, these apartments boast a magnificent infinity-style swimming pool.

The dozen studio-style apartments here all comprise a twin bedroom opening onto a terrace or balcony (all bar one with sea views – see below); a small separate kitchen with fridge, microwave, grill and cooking rings; and a tiled shower room. Some have a sofa-bed for a child in the kitchen area, and all apartments have air-conditioning and safety deposit boxes available at a local charge.

Furnishings and décor are neat and simple in the typical Greek fashion. The apartments are built on rising ground and most are accessed by internal stairs from the upper level at the rear of the building so this may make them unsuited to those with mobility difficulties. But there are a couple of studios without steps (nos. 201 and 206) and two more (nos. 101 and 102) have balcony access directly to the garden, although their front doors are only accessed by stairs.

The beautiful infinity pool to the front is freshwater and measures 13m x 6m (depth 0.95m-1.70m) – cross the small beach road and you are directly on the sand.

A handy restaurant is but a minute’s walk, and a reasonable choice of others can be found within a few minutes’ walk in either direction. A super location in this laid-back little spot, with everything you come on holiday for virtually on your doorstep, and we think exceptional value.

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Greece, officially the Hellenic Republic and known since ancient times as Hellas, is a country in Southeast Europe. According to the 2011 census, Greeces population is around 11 million. Athens is the nations capital and largest city, with its urban area including Piraeus.

When it comes to Greeces famously gorgeous islands, its hard to take your pick out of the 6000 options you have, 227 of them being inhabited. Their rocky coast lines, sandy beaches, charming villages, sheltered bays and many yacht harbours make them extremely popular among all kinds of travellers. The large island of Crete is a highly popular tourist destination, with landscapes varying from great sandy palm beaches to snow-covered high peaks and stunning river gorges and a good deal of night life in its main tourist towns. If youre looking to party at night, lovely Mykonos or Ios are good options too.

When to go:
The most popular time to visit Greece is the summer (June to August) when the weather is beautiful and sun is guaranteed. Late spring (April and May) and early autumn (late August through September) are also lovely times to holiday in Greece when the crowds are thinner and the sun is less merciless.

Average monthly temperature (°C)

+2hrs (GMT +3 between last Sunday in April and last Sunday in October).

Greek and English.

Euro (EUR).

Tourist/Visa/Health information:
British citizens must have a passport that is valid upon arrival in Greece. Passport exemptions apply to holders of identity cards issued by Gibraltar authories, and endorsed Validated for EU travel purposes under the authority of the United Kingdom.

Flight Information:
There are many international airports in Greece but the main air traffic hub is Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (often just called Athens International Airport), which is located 12 miles (20km) east of downtown Athens. The flight from London to Greece can take anything between three to five hours depending on the destination.

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