Whether you're staying in Xyloporta for a holiday or taking part in one of the many courses we offer throughout the year, see below for more information on the villa.


Living Space

7 Bedrooms across 4 houses

7 Double en suite bathrooms

1 Child's bedroom ensuite

Open plan drawing room/kitchen

4 Private terraces

2 Communal terraces

Huge terrace wrapping around ground floor


10mx5m Infinity pool

Plunge pool

Two outdoor tables

Air conditioning in all bedrooms

Wifi, TV and DVD


New mattresses

Crisp Egyptian cotton sheets

Luxury dressing gowns

Table tennis

Organic hand basins carved from local limestone

Domestic Services

Maid service (3 mornings per week)

Cook available (food and drink payable locally)



Pool guy



Situated on the stunning, north-east coast of Zakynthos, a five minute drive from the small port and beach of Agios Nikolaos, the villa faces east over the Ionian Sea towards Kefalonia.

Sandy beaches are nearby and accessible by boat or by car.





28 April, 2019 - 25 May, 2019

26 May, 2019 - 1 June, 2019

2 June, 2019 - 29 June, 2019

30 June, 2019 - 13 July, 2019

14 July, 2019 - 24 August, 2019

25 August, 2019 - 7 September, 2019

8 September, 2019 - 28 September, 2019

29 September, 2019 - 26 October, 2019

£3,300 per week 

£5,250 per week 

£4,600 per week 

£6,550 per week 

£8,295 per week 

£7,200 per week 

£4,200 per week 

£2,600 per week


Local Information

There are excellent fish and vegetable markets in the Venetian town of Zakynthos, plus various restaurants and shops. Closer to home, visit the winery and Byzantine art studio, hire a boat for the day from Nikos, walk the mountains and look over Kefalonia, or visit Kefalonia itself, a short ferry ride away. Visit Shipwreck Bay (voted one of the top beaches in the world by Conde Nast Traveller) or the famous Blue Caves.

Zakynthos is one of the most beautiful of Greek islands. Homer wrote about it in the Iliad and the Odyssey, while Ulysses lived here. The Arcadians came and flourished, reaping crops from its rich fertile soil as did the Venetians who called it “The Flower of the Levant”. Some of their monasteries still survive in the nearby mountains. The sea around the coast is clean and crystal clear, turtles can be spotted swimming nearby and the local restaurant cooks octopus pulled from the water that morning. The island produces wonderful olive oil, fruit (oranges, apricots, pomegranates, figs, apples, pears, lemons, peaches, nectarines to name a few), poultry and meat. There are several friendly tavernas, plate smashing included! Two “party nights” at the nearby club and a funky cocktail bar in the port with music until dawn. Sufficiently far away from Xyloporta not to disturb it’s peace but providing something for everyone.