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Description of Villa Kruper
3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
Villa Kruper OverviewBeautifully appointed Villa Kruper is situated in Lakhania village, just a five minute drive from Gennadi Beach in southern Rhodes. Featuring a stunning whitewashed terrace area with pool, this classic Greek villa is just a thirty minute drive from the ever-popular Lindos, site of the Lindos Acropolis, and twenty minutes from the great windsurfing beach of Prasonisi.
The enticing walled terrace area offers privacy as well as some lovely features. The pool is flanked by sun loungers and a dining area with barbecue, creating a space that’s particularly atmospheric as evening falls. Overlooking this, the house also has a chilled out roof terrace. Should you wish, you can even hire a projector and watch a movie on the outdoor wall.
Inside, Villa Kruper boasts a charming open-plan living area on the pool level. There is a dining table and chairs, seating area, TV and fireplace, as well as a kitchen equipped with a washing machine, dishwasher and other useful appliances.
You have three bedrooms, each one fully air-conditioned and with Smart TV and minibar. Two of the bedrooms are doubles, the other a twin. Three bathrooms, two of them en-suite, are also found at Villa Kruper. The décor, in white and neutral tones, gives these rooms a very relaxing feel.
The rural village of Lakhania offers restaurants serving Greek and Italian food, as well as a small supermarket. More amenities can be found in Gennadi, where a long, pebbly beach is perfect for hanging out. During summer, there are regular beach parties on Sundays.
It’s a great base for exploring the south of Rhodes, yet still within a reasonable distance of the many attractions of the north. The island’s capital, Rhodes Town, is just over one hour’s drive away and is a must-visit with its well-preserved, medieval Old Town, the Palace of the Grand Masters and the Street of the Knights.
Elsewhere, you have naturally beautiful areas like Epta Piges and the Valley of the Butterflies, and many more stunning beaches including Tsampika and Traganou, just off the coastal road to Rhodes Town.
Villa Kruper Property Features
The VillaVilla Kruper presents the perfect blend between traditional features and comfortable luxury. This villa in Lachania can accommodate up to 6 guests.
- Open-plan living room with dining area and outdoor access
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Bedroom with double bed (open mezzanine)
- Shower room
- Double bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Twin bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Rooftop terrace with seating area
- Plunge pool
- Sun loungers
- Covered dining area
- Safety deposit box
- Satellite channels
- Washing machine
- Baby cot available on request
- High chair available on request
Villa Kruper LocationFull of fascinating history and idyllic countryside, Rhodes has many amazing experiences waiting for you. Its historic landmarks and countless gorgeous beaches all add to its charm, making it great for sightseeing and outdoor activities.
The capital city, Rhodes, occupies the island’s north-eastern tip. It’s known for its architecturally impressive Old Town, hailed as one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, and landmark sights like the Palace of the Grand Masters and the Street of the Knights. Other highlights including the lofty Roloi Clock Tower which will offer a fine view over the city if you make the ascent.
However historic it may be, Rhodes is very much a city of today. You will find a vibrant commercial centre and plenty of nightlife. A large casino stays open late into the night, and there’s clubbing and lively bars on Orfanidou Street and on the Old Town’s Miltiadou Street.
Rhodes is packed with restaurants, and entertainment can be found at the National Theatre and the city’s multiplex movie theatres. It’s also the home of the pretty Rodini Park, said to be the oldest landscaped park in the world, the Museum of Modern Greek Art and the Marine Aquarium, located by the busy Elli Beach.
Down the coast, Faliraki is a resort of family fun, with a well-organised beach and a large water-park. There are many more beaches down the eastern coast, most at least a little quieter than Faliraki. Look out for gems like Traganou, Tsampika, Afantou and Agathi, and right at the bottom of the island, stunning Prasonisi – this well-loved beach attracts surfers and kite-surfers in numbers.
An absolute highlight of the east coast is the iconic Lindos Acropolis – its ancient ruins are situated on the clifftop at Lindos and offer spectacular views of the Mediterranean. The village of Lindos is itself well worth a visit, with beautiful, whitewashed buildings, rooftop restaurants and laidback nightlife.
Rhodes’ natural beauty is evident when you visit two of its finest outdoor attractions. The Valley of the Butterflies is a charming nature reserve of some 600 acres, which fills with swarms of butterflies in summer. The Epta Piges (or Seven Springs) is a calming oasis with magnificent waterfalls, a lake, playground and restaurant – you can make your way between this pair of unmissable destinations in around 35 minutes.
If the Lindos Acropolis appeals, you might also enjoy venturing west to the ancient city of Kameiros – another major archaeological site which sits on a stunning stretch of coast. Other notable heritage attractions include the Filerimos Monastery, one of several around the island, and numerous churches and castles. Look out for Kritinia Castle, the rugged ruins of which are right by the sea too.
Map of Rhodes