Melivaro traditional villa in Tsoukalades, Lefkada

Melivaro is a large house of traditional architecture and construction, located in the mountain on the west coast of the island, above the village of Tsoukalades. It is 700m from the village for essential groceries (very well appointed minimarket) and taverns, less than 5 minutes drive from the beautiful Pefkoulia beach, and 10 minutes from the picturesque fishing village of Aghios Nikitas and from the living Lefkada town.

Sleeping eight (up to 10), it has two double bedrooms ensuite and two single (becoming double) bedrooms, its own private swimming pool, a pool house, a pergola and a barbecue area with a wood oven.

Beautiful gardens, terraces and an aromatic garden surround the house. Its location offers the most beautiful Lefkadian sunsets, and gorgeous views from every part of the house that overlooks rural hills to the sea beyond, to the Ionian sea, Paxos, Corfu, and the Amvrachikos gulf. It is a perfect starting point for the island discovery.

Even though this house is new, it has warmth and simple charm, character and soul. As soon as you enter the front door you feel as relaxed as in a family home!

A green option

Melivaro is also an interesting ecological option : it produces its own power through a solar-powered system. The design of the installation supports the normal use of all the household equipment and the swimming pool, and is backed-up if necessary, by the mains electricity.

Environmental awareness and the understanding of renewable energy are paramount to help prevent future climate change.

With this in mind, choosing an eco-friendly accommodation can be an important decision to make and melivaro is the perfect choice for any modern family!.

Lefkada (Lefkas), fourth of the seven Ionian Islands, is located off the west coast of mainland Greece, south of Corfu and north of Kefalonia. It boasts wonderful beaches and vivid blue sea with beautiful traditional villages in the most verdant nature, offering unique contrasting landscapes.

35 kilometres long by 15 kilometres wide, the island is joined to mainland Greece by means of a causeway and a free movable swing bridge, which makes it permanently accessible.