Almyra Villas Corfu

Villa Dione • Villa Acaste • Villa Ianira

Oceanids, the sea nymphs and sisters, Acaste, Dione and Ianira gave their names to Almyra’s villas.

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Villa Dione

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Almyra Villas - Dione Villa - Corfu - Greece

Villa Acaste

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Almyra Villas - Dione Villa - Corfu - Greece

Villa Ianira

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Almyra Villas - Dione Villa - Corfu - Greece

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About Villas

Almyra is a complex of three luxurious residences in the South of Corfu. Its name comes from the Greek words als and myra.

Als is used to mean salt and myra is an ancient root for its aquatic elements. Consequently, Almyra means the salt of the sea. 5min away from the Andriatic Sea and perfectly located in an unspoiled landscape full of olive trees and a mountain as a background, it’s the ideal place to unwind, to get away from the hustle and bustle and to enjoy relaxing moments in nature with your beloved ones.
Villa Dione and Villa Acaste are attached to each other, while Villa Ianira is behind them.

Local Experiences

There are a lot of activities to fill your days in the area. You could simply enjoy a walk in the nature or get bolder and try to do an extreme sport. In both ways you have the chance to spend time outdoors and send all the pressure away.

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Kite Surfing

Halikounas beach is the perfect place to get active by trying out kitesurfing. If you already have your equipment you can enjoy the windy days and get a strong feeling of freedom on your own. However, if you are a beginner or want to hire the equipment there is a licensed school that will provide you with all the useful information and teach you the basic skills.

SUP

What’s more enjoyable than exploring the beach on a board? Try Stand-Up-Paddling and enjoy the water while taking some exercise simultaneously. You can rent SUP boards at Halikounas Beach.

Hiking

Clear your mind, reduce stress and get out into nature. There are plenty of intriguing trails to follow in order to discover the beauty of the area. The scenery offers a great route variety from total green landscapes into olive groves and traditional villages to vast beaches with dunes and cedar forest.

Birdwatching

Halikounas wetland is a protected area that is a habitat for more than 120 different bird species, among them cormorants and flamingos. Take your binoculars and spend some time watching these unique creatures.

Cycling

Explore the area by bike. There are numerous unpaved routes and hidden paths you can follow to bring you closer to nature and enjoy some fresh air. Even better your bike can transport you to the closest villages and beaches.

Swimming

Just a short distance away you will find a wide variety of magnificent beaches to go swimming at. Each sports its own character and hue. The most famousof which are Halikounas and Prasoudi but there are also smaller ones like Kanouli and Skidi which provide more privacy.

Local Experiences

There are a lot of activities to fill your days in the area. You could simply enjoy a walk in the nature or get bolder and try to do an extreme sport. In both ways you have the chance to spend time outdoors and send all the pressure away.

See More
Kite Surfing

Halikounas beach is the perfect place to get active by trying out kitesurfing. If you already have your equipment you can enjoy the windy days and get a strong feeling of freedom on your own. However, if you are a beginner or want to hire the equipment there is a licensed school that will provide you with all the useful information and teach you the basic skills.

SUP

What’s more enjoyable than exploring the beach on a board? Try Stand-Up-Paddling and enjoy the water while taking some exercise simultaneously. You can rent SUP boards at Halikounas Beach.

Hiking

Clear your mind, reduce stress and get out into nature. There are plenty of intriguing trails to follow in order to discover the beauty of the area. The scenery offers a great route variety from total green landscapes into olive groves and traditional villages to vast beaches with dunes and cedar forest.

Birdwatching

Halikounas wetland is a protected area that is a habitat for more than 120 different bird species, among them cormorants and flamingos. Take your binoculars and spend some time watching these unique creatures.

Cycling

Explore the area by bike. There are numerous unpaved routes and hidden paths you can follow to bring you closer to nature and enjoy some fresh air. Even better your bike can transport you to the closest villages and beaches.

Swimming

Just a short distance away you will find a wide variety of magnificent beaches to go swimming at. Each sports its own character and hue. The most famousof which are Halikounas and Prasoudi but there are also smaller ones like Kanouli and Skidi which provide more privacy.