3.5 km from Chania, in the small village of Agios Matheos, the five apartments of the Villa Pefki, distributed around the swimming pool, enjoy a privileged location in the heart of a refreshing pine forest, with a canvas back to the White Mountains. The presence of the owners, who are permanent residents of the area, is a guarantee of a welcoming, family atmosphere.
Built around the pool, the five apartments of Villa Pefki, all surrounded by fruit trees and fragrant flowers, offer, in addition, a beautiful view of the city of Chania.
Each apartment is independent and isolated from its neighbors and all have a private verandah, where you can relax or enjoy your meal.
A beautiful swimming pool with Jacuzzi, children’s pool and all outdoor areas are comfortably furnished with sun beds and sun umbrellas.
The friendly owners will be happy to give you all the information about the activities you can do in the region.
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By car from Heraklion (150km, 2 hours and 30 min approx.): Follow the National Road Heraklion-Rethymnon-Chania. Approaching the city of Chania, you leave at the exit towards Souda and follow direction for the Airport (drive up the hill having always on your right the port of Souda). At the next roundabout (5 km), follow the direction to Chania, then to Agios Matheos and finally, after 500m, turn right on the road marked as 'stalemate '. Villa Pefki is located at the end of this street on your left. From the airport of Chania (10 km, 20 minutes): Follow direction to Chania and reaching the above roundabout, follow direction to Chania and Agios Matheos.
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One-Bedroom Apartment (×2 ) 40 m2
Two-Bedroom Apartment (×2 ) 50 m2
Split-Level Apartment (×1 ) 40 m2
The old town of Chania is one of the jewels of western Crete. Its rich history gives it a special charm, while strong oriental features are perfectly combined with beautiful Venetian harbor.
Walk along the old city and the countless streets with beautiful neoclassical buildings. The taverns, cafes and bars located on the waterfront offer many options for food or drink.
The old covered market, cross-shaped, offers a unique atmosphere and vibrant aromas of fresh products.
The Archaeological Museum, housed in the Basilica of St. Francis is one of the most beautiful buildings in the city dating from the 14th century, a unique sample of Venetian architecture.
The city also hosts many cultural events like music and art festivals, while Greek and foreign artists exhibit their works in numerous galleries.
Chania is also an ideal stop to discover the beautiful beaches of the region, the traditional villages of the hinterland and the famous Samaria Gorge.