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Description of Villa Seven Springs
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Villa Seven Springs OverviewA 5-minute drive from Rhodes’ famous Epta Piges, or Seven Springs, this spectacular 2-bedroom villa is located in the east coast resort of Kolymbia. With the beach around 700m away, the chic Villa Seven Springs enjoys views of Tsampika Hill and features a large outdoor pool and garden.
The eye-catching design and décor of this villa really makes it stand out. You’ll have the use of its impressive outdoor terrace, complete with summer kitchen, barbecue and dining area, as well as a poolside shower, seating, parasols and sun loungers. Outdoor lighting illuminates the magnificent pool area at night, to enchanting effect. Villa Seven Springs is only 8 minutes’ drive from Tsampika Beach, often considered to be the finest beach on the island.
Inside the house, you will find light, air-conditioned living areas, with many special design touches. An open-plan space with direct access to the terrace comprises the lounge, dining area and kitchen. You have all the essentials including a washing machine, microwave and a large fridge freezer.
Villa Seven Springs accommodates up to four guests, and is ideal for two couples. The two double bedrooms continue the exquisite styling, each one complemented by an en suite bathroom with shower. High-quality furnishings and attention-grabbing lighting features make both of these rooms something special.
The village of Kolymbia offers a good range of shops, restaurants and other amenities, many of them just a short walk away on Eucalyptus Street. Kolymbia lies around 13 minutes’ drive south of Faliraki, and 24 minutes’ drive north of Lindos, where you can visit the iconic Lindos Acropolis which stands high on the clifftop.
The nearby Epta Piges nature reserve is one of the island’s most popular attractions and well worth a visit to see the stunning waterfalls and lake. Rhodes’ capital city is also easily accessible from Kolymbia – you can reach it in around 25 minutes. Here, the wonderful medieval Old Town is the star, featuring the huge Palace of the Grand Masters.
Villa Seven Springs Property Features
Located in Kolymbia, 1.6 miles from Tsambika Beach and 3.7 miles from Seven Springs, this villa offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and air conditioning. This villa has a private pool, a garden, barbecue facilities, free WiFi and free private parking. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and it can accommodate up to 4 people
- Cample living room with comfortable sofas
- Open plan dining area for 6 people and access to the terrace
- Fully equipped kitchen and access to the terrace
- Bedroom with double bed, access to the terrace and en-suite shower room
- Bedroom with double bed, access to the terrace and en-suite shower room Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool
- Large terrace and garden area
- Outdoor dining
- Various sun loungers
- Covered terrace
- Outdoor shower
- Summer kitchen
- Garden furniture
- Chill out area
- Various parasols
- Private parking Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi connection
- Air conditioning
- Fire extinguishers
- Smoke alarms
- Safety deposit box
- Washing machine
- Flat-screen TV
- Satellite channels
- Street parking
- Tea/Coffee maker
Villa Seven Springs LocationRhodes is a wonderful island for exploring the great outdoors. As well as magnificent beaches, you’ll find nature reserves and countryside that are a joy to discover.
At the top of the island, the capital city which share its name is a good place to start – the Old Town in Rhodes city is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Europe. The Palace of the Grand Masters is the main attraction of this impressive UNESCO World Heritage site, and often hosts exhibitions and performances. You can also look around a portion of the palace itself.
Within the complex is Rhodes’ Archaeological Museum, and the medieval town’s intriguing buildings provide another interesting way to uncover its history. Other notable attractions include the Museum of Modern Greek Art and the impressive National Theatre, while Mandraki Port is a pleasant place to take a waterside walk. The ever-popular Elli Beach and Rhodes Aquarium are also just up the road.
The city boasts the biggest and boldest nightlife on the island, centred on Orfanidou Street. If clubs and bars aren’t your style, you could try the casino or any number of restaurants – there’s an international range of places to eat in town.
Outside Rhodes city, you have excellent outdoor attractions like the Valley of the Butterflies, to the west of Faliraki, and the Epta Piges (Seven Springs), near Kolymbia. Both of these are idyllic spots with areas of woodland – perfect for walking – and showcase the natural beauty of the island to the full.
The stunning Prasonisi Beach attracts surfers and kite-surfers to the southern end of the island, and a landmark lighthouse sits right at the tip. There are numerous fine beaches further north – Afantou, Archangelos, Agathi and Lindos are just some of those on the eastern coast, while the quieter west offers up Ialyssos, Kameiros and Soroni. The beaches on the western side, like Prasonisi, offer good wind-surfing conditions.
If you’re after sporting activity, the island delivers everything from scuba-diving to golf and horse-riding, and with such expansive areas of countryside, walking and cycling are great ways of exploring. Want to go bungee-jumping? Faliraki in summer is the place for you.
Countless buildings of historical interest dot the Rhodes landscape, from remote ruins like the Aegean-facing Kritinia Castle to the Filerimos Byzantine Monastery and the medieval fort at Asklipio. The Lindos Acropolis is definitely worth a visit – it’s a steep ascent to the clifftop site but you’ll be rewarded with some stunning Mediterranean views.
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