Lepitsa Beach house



  • Five bedrooms, four bathrooms
  • Maximum occupancy: 10/14 guests



  • Lepitsa Beach: 350 metres
  • Ermioni: 14 kms
  • Porto Heli: 15 kms
  • Nafplion: 69 kms
  • Athens: 166 kms
  • Athens airport: 196 kms



  • Swimming pool
  • Helipad (shared)
  • BBQ
  • Wi-fi



  • Daily housekeeping (hours depend on villa occupancy)
  • Chef, butler and chauffeur on request
  • Airport transfers by car or helicopter on request
  • Yacht charters possible

Lepitsa Beach House


This is a large modern villa set in mature gardens, with sea and valley views, 300 metres from the sea.

There are two spacious living rooms each with large west and south facing balconies. Floor to ceiling windows incorporate the wrap around views into the entire interior space. Sunset reaches across the 180° western seascape, over the island of Psili and onto the mountain ranges of the distant Peloponnese. North and South, views over forest and distant mountain ranges.

Ground floor. Main living room, with open fireplace and balcony. The upper living room has the same views at a higher elevation with a mezzanine bridge to its balcony. Well equipped kitchen with large terrace and pergola. Butler’s kitchen and utility room. Cloakroom. Staff entrance.

Two master suites. The suite at the top with 42 sqm of calm privacy. Spectacular views with north south windows overlooking sea, valley, forest & mountains. Bathroom with large shower and full sized bath, dressing area leading on to large private balcony. At pool level the suite operates as a grand master suit for two or for a family room for six. Small salon with concealed, pull down double bed and seating. Large bedroom separated by sliding doors. TV and steam fire place. Large bathroom, walk in dressing room with extensive wardrobes and sofa bed.

Three double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom, the other two share a bathroom. Shared balcony.




At Lepitsa Beach, 350m from the villa, the small islands and the mountain ranges of the distant Peloponnese  roll into the horizon framing a view of breath-taking natural beauty. Walk past 5 small coves on the way to Lepitsa Beach.. The first is a 150m walk – it is a bit of a scramble to reach the sea, but it feels like a secret place to those who venture there.  The water is divine, clear azure blue and sparkling. There are four more tiny natural coves, one with ladder access into deep water the others a mix of sand and stone.

Then onto the popular and sandy, shallow beach of Lepitsa;  350m from the villa (golf cart hire an option).  It has a simple family run taverna with loungers and umbrellas for a modest price.  Serious sea swimmers and snorkelers favour the deeper waters towards Thini. The sunsets are fantastic.

Lepitsa Beach house


Dates 8 guests 10 guests 14 guests
Per night Per night Per night
1st January to 16th April €1725 €1925 €2555
16th April to 1st July €1955 €2195 €2455
1st July to 1st August On Request
1st August to 1st October On Request
1st October to 1st November €2185 €2385 €2685
1st November to 31st December €1725 €1925 €2555



All prices are in Euros and subject to confirmation at the time of booking.

Minimum stay is 7 nights.

Security deposit: €5000

Housekeeping: 4 hours per day for 8 guests, 6 hours per day for 10 guests, 8 hours per day for 14 guests.




The most well known village in the region of Argolida.  Made famous by the impossibly glamorous members of the original 1950’s jet set.

Founding members of the ‘Greek Chapter’ Niarchos and Onassis considered Portohelli the perfect distance from Athens for weekend breaks and mini cruses. So Portohelli grew from a sleepy fishing village into a major second home destination for wealthy Athenians.

It is now an important stop on the super yacht circuit cruising the islands of the Saronic Gulf.  The new marina with floating pontoons accommodates boats up to 60m with a 4m draft.  Super yachts moor at anchor in the sheltered bay or stern too on the sea wall.

Portohelli is the last port of call on the daily boat service from Piraeus, Athens, a short water taxi ride from the sophistication of the island of Spetses and like the other three key local villages is within day trip distance of Epidavros Ancient Theatre, the fort town of Nafplion, Ancient Mycenae, the islands of Hydra & Poros.  The caves of Frahthi and Dydima and a host of other ancient sites. 

Portoheli village is a busy night time destination with restaurants, tavernas, great beach clubs, simple shops, grocery stores and essential  services.  Sunsets in the region are dramatic and spectacular due to the ever present mountain ranges of southern Peloponnese. A perfct place, for sunset & cocktails…



It is a 10k drive from villa10greece/portoheli to the charming village of Ermeoni. In high season, July to September, it is the holiday and island hopping destination of well to do Athenians and well informed tourists! There is a year round boat service from Athens/Piraeus which underpins the cosmopolitan flavour of the region, through spring to autumn.  A number of small passenger boats leave from the main harbour for day trips to the island of Hydra.

The main harbour is in a deep set bay banked on one side by steep cliffs with a picturesque sea level road winding around to the other side of the village on the other side of the bay.  The ancient archeological ruins in the forest that divides the village add an element of magic that it is hard to find in such abundance anywhere else in the world. 

The main port at the entrance of the village, has shops, services, offices,  tavernas coffee shops and moorings for visiting yachts.  There is an excellent market every Thursday, selling fresh and traditional local produce. Small bars, restaurants rooms for rent and further yacht moorings line the seafront beyond the forest.

The residential part of the village sits back on steep hills, rising dramatically from sea level. A great place for an evening stroll after a coffee at sunset..

Lepitsa Beach House, Peloponnese

A large villa set in mature gardens, with sea and valley views, 300 metres from the sea