The spectacular year-round weather conditions and tranquil waters provide ideal conditions for the full range of water sports including sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, paragliding and jet skiing to name a few. The area's excellent amenities and small beautiful pine-fringed bays with their protected natural coves and pristine, sandy beaches, offer scenic backdrops for day trips and exploration.

The dramatic hillside location offers incomparable opportunities for mountain biking and hiking and the nearby olive groves and undulating countryside, covered with vibrant flowers, create an incomparable setting for nature lovers, trekkers, and horseback riders alike.


A number of marinas located around the region of Argolida, provide a plethora of transfer options to both The Seafront Villas and The Porto Heli Collection, while offering a unique opportunity to explore the picturesque close-by islands of Aegina, Hydra, Spetses and Poros, and enjoy yachting and related sports in a serene environment.


A stones' throw away, the charming islands of Spetses and Hydra, are the perfect escape for a day trip. Their imposing neoclassical mansions, ornamented with lace-like iron balconies, the impressive churches and monasteries, the cobblestoned car-less streets, delicious tavernas and the cosmopolitan lifestyle, offer a great alternative to those seeking a getaway from the mainland.


The temple of Poseidon at Sounio, Parthenon, the temple of Afaia in Aegina, the well-preserved ruins of the ancient city of Mycenae are only a few of the most well-known antiquities in close proximity to the area, while the ancient theatre of Epidaurus, only a few kilometres from The Seafront Villas, hosts some of the best cultural events and performances from around the globe throughout the summer months, including music, theatre, and ancient Greek tragedies.


Traditional daily life has remained unchanged here. Every inch of this ancient land, the legendary birthplace of the Olympics, is steeped in history, culture and deeply rooted in ancient Greek mythology. Rich heritage and folklore, handed down by the Olympic Gods, still influence local celebrations and festivals. Of all the colourful customs, the most cherished is folk dance which, along with music, song and local delights, is at the heart of most Greek festivities.

Fishing and boat building are deeply rooted in Kilada's tradition, evident in its harbour, which is always crowded with colourful fishing boats built by the local craftsmen and lined with fresh fish restaurants.

Travel Times

Surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of the southern Peloponnesian coastline and just two scenic hours away from Athens International Airport by car or high-speed catamaran, or just 25 minutes by helicopter, The Seafront Villas define the very best of carefree Mediterranean living.


London 3hrs 45mins
Paris 3hrs
Munich 2hrs 30mins
Moscow 4hrs

Average Temperatures C / F

Jan 13 / 55 
Feb 14 / 57
Mar 16 / 61
Apr 20 / 68
May 25 / 77
Jun 30 / 86
Jul 33 / 91
Aug 33 / 91
Sep 29 / 84
Oct 24 / 75
Nov 19 / 66
Dec 15 / 59

The Seafront Villas


The Seafront Villas' dramatic panoramic site is as unique as the striking natural beauty of the region itself. The picturesque village of Kilada nearby is known for its traditional shipyards and taverns serving fresh locally-caught fish. A well-kept secret for those in the know, the area surrounding Kilada is the perfect setting for a wide variety of sea adventures, fishing, island hopping and, of course sightseeing, with an impressive array of archaeological sites as well as the cosmopolitan islands of Spetses and Hydra just a stone's throw away.