Each villa has two separate levels with spacious terraces and is surrounded by the serene atmosphere of Kis’s gardens, while the setting is completed by the song of the small stream that starts from the nearby spring.
Kis Pool Villas offer a wonderful corner of relaxation and rest, the perfect end to a day of exploring the nearby castle town and the surrounding area. On cooler evenings or during winter, their fireplace invites us around to share unique moments of warmth.
Kis villa does not seek to impose a predetermined programme on the guest; on the contrary: we always seek to provide you with the freedom to create your own experiences and moments. The spacious, independent living and dining area has been designed with total privacy in mind, so that guests can dine in their own space in the way they wish. Thus, the excellent food, accompanied by the wine that matures in our cellars, becomes a unique experience with the background of the starry sky of Monemvasia, the view of cypress trees and olive groves from the villa’s terrace.
Located in the village of Agios Stefanos, 7 km southwest of Monemvasia in the southern Peloponnese and is built on the edge of the “Ibrahim Bay” estate. The fertile grounds of the estate, now 25 acres in size, includes perennial olives, citrus trees and especially the old orange grove that produces the famous oranges of Monemvasia, fruit trees that have been there since the beginning of the 19th century (and those that had disappeared, replaced by local varieties), imposing cypress trees, oversized historic century-old eucalyptus trees, orchards with horticultural, ornamental and aromatic plants and herbs.
Monemvasia, known to the Franks as ‘Malvasia’, is a historic town in the eastern Peloponnese, in the province of Epidaurus Limiras, in the prefecture of Laconia. It is best known for its medieval fortress, on the homonymous ‘Rock of Monemvasia’, which is a small island connected by a bridge to the current beach of the settlement. The surviving buildings and structures of the castle include defensive structures of the outer wall and several small Byzantine churches.