Charming wooden house with an amazing view, overlooking Pitsidia and Komos beach until the white mountains. With 3 bedrooms, a large living room- kitchen area it offers space for 6 and more guests.
The huge veranda invites you for breakfast, relaxing afternoons, family dinners, and wonderful evenings with sunsets and a light breeze… Perfect for families, friends, and small groups who want to enjoy the Southside of life with natural beaches, traditional villages, and the privacy of a holiday house.
The Villa Sofita can accommodate 6 people and more in a warm and welcoming atmosphere created by the open layout of the house. A large living room – dining – kitchen area opens up a lot of space, the high ceilings and the gallery give the house the lightness so that you feel comfortable from the first moment.
The house is surrounded by a garden that gives you privacy and also space for children to play. On the huge veranda, you can relax and spend your time in the shade, enjoying the great view over Pitsidia, the beach Komos and on to the white mountains. The large table invites you to eat, but also offers enough space for a game night or just an impressive sunset.
There are 2 bedrooms with double beds, one on the ground floor and one in the gallery, where the gallery still has a small balcony, where you can also enjoy the great view.
The children’s room with bunk beds is located on the ground floor and has a baby bed, but you can also put it in the bedroom of the parents.
The kitchen is fully equipped, fas shower also has a washing machine and a small Hausaphotheke.
In the garden, there are sun loungers and a large stone oven for pizza.
The perfect place for a family holiday in Pitsidia with a lot of peace, yet close to the taverns, cafes, and the great beaches of the region.
Pitsidia is one of the oldest villages of the Messara plain, here you will find the typical narrow streets, stone houses, and a small market square surrounded by kafenions. Twice a week, live bands and dance groups are performing in the center place and cast a spell over locals and tourists. An incomparable atmosphere that you should not miss.
Until today Pitsidia has been untouched by mass tourism and is especially popular with independent travelers. Many old houses are used as holiday rentals, so in summer the number of visitors exceeds that of the locals, but if you come to Pitsidia in spring or autumn, you will experience an idyllic, quiet village, where you can relax wonderfully.