Villa Ioulia is a modern luxurious villa built in the location of the most elaborate mansion of Pyrgos in the 19th century. Originally built by Zannos, a famous merchant from Pyrgos for one of his daughters, it became an iconic neoclassical mansion that dominated the main street of the settlement.
The original mansion unfortunately collapsed due to the earthquake of 1956 and it was then replaced by a smaller house. Some 60 years later, the iconic house has returned, newly built as a luxurious villa that combines both the modern amenities that one would expect to find today and the incredible history of this family home. The villa boasts museum quality furniture and objects from the 19th century that have been impeccably restored and are evident throughout the interior. At the same time, modern features such as a large Jacuzzi and a modern 210O site veranda have been added in order to enjoy the incredible view of the southern half of the island.
The villa boasts a large living and dining room area, three bedrooms with king size beds and en-suite bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen an additional smaller bedroom with a twin bed and shower and the most impressive main entrance of the island. The outside areas are just as impressive featuring a large private veranda with dining lounge and Jacuzzi areas. Villa Ioulia is located in the village of Pyrgos next to Estia Cultural Centre with easy access and parking.