Welcome to Pnoe Villa!
The 100 m² Villa Pnoe can comfortably accommodate 4-6 people.
Pnoe Villa is your ideal getaway.
This gorgeous Pnoe Villa offers exquisite privacy and rutic enchantment just minutes from some of the finest attractions in Zakynthos.
The position of the complex makes it an ideal destination for those, who want to combine their vacation by the sea with mountains and Zakynthos town.
Pnoe Villa is located in the village of Pantokratoras in Zakynthos.
It is only 3 km away from the famous beach of Lagana and less than 4 km from Agios Sostis resort.
Unique charm of beautiful living areas balanced with modern amenities invites you to lounge and dine in the Zakynthian sun and breeze.
All these create an ideal ambiance for family and friends or even wedding guests.
Large veranda is a perfect area to sip a morning coffee sitting at the charming breakfast table and listening to songs of native birds in the rustling leaves.
Take an invigorating dip in the pool and retreat to a chaise longue for an afternoon sunbathing.
Bedding and Living areas:
Bedroom 1: Queen Size (Double) bed, En-suite bathroom with shower, Air Conditioning, Television, Safety deposit box, Wardrobes, Mirror.
Bedroom 2: Queen Size (Double) bed, Air Conditioning, Television, Safety deposit box, Wardrobes, Mirror.
Additional Bedding: Living Room: Large Sofa bed that can sleep two persons.
Large Family Kitchen: The modern, family kitchen is fully equipped with amenities, utensils and facilities to prepare meals for 8 persons or more.
Luxury Modern Bathrooms: The Villa has two luxury well decorated bathrooms and one larger common, adding exceptional style to your stay.
A few words about Zakynthos!
The oldest traces of life on the island date to the Neolithic period and were found in the gulf of Laganas.
The island’s history has its roots in antiquity and, as Pliny tells us, it was inhabited before 3000BC, when it was called Yria.
A complex of marble divine figurines, such as Apollo, Aphrodite and Artemis, has been found near Frourio, and is now kept in the Tiepolo Museum in Venice.
This confirms the particular inclination that the island’s ancient inhabitants had for music and the worship of Artemis.
As Homer says, the name Zakynthos was given to the island by Zakynthos, son of Dardanos, King of Troy.
Zakynthos came to the island from the Arcadian city of Psophidas in around1500 BC, and lent his name to the new city.
The colonists who followed him called the acropolis of the island Psophidas in memory of their homeland.
His descendants created a fine civilization and began to found colonies whereby they could spread, such as Zakantha in Spain, the city of Kydones in Crete and Fokis in Spain. In the Mycenean years, the island was part of the kingdom of Ithaka. Homer called the island “yleissa”.