The Ionian Sea and the mountains of western Greece surround the beachfront King Odysseu's Village near the traditional village of Paleros. Guests are immediately enveloped by a peaceful tropical garden as they enter this unusual resort.
The 152 available rooms are divided evenly into 61 quadruple rooms best suited towards families and 61 smaller double rooms. All timeshares in this family-friendly establishment feature cribs and private gardens or balconies. Other standard amenities include electronic deposit boxes, fully equipped bathrooms, mini bars, and satellite televisions.
A coffee shop, restaurant, and daily complimentary breakfast are the resort's main eating options. All meals are prepared with homegrown ingredients of the finest quality. A waterslide leads to the children's pool, but people who prefer outdoor activities have three tennis courts to choose from as well as a sizeable football pitch.
The King Odysseu's Village private beach is small, but free for all guests to use. Rows of sun loungers and umbrellas stand ready for sunbathers, while the beach water is crystal clear.
Some off-season guests may notice an absence of evening meal choices or an empty pool, but the multilingual staff are always happy to provide ticket assistance or any other kind of help at all times of the year. Group packages are provided upon request and conferences are always welcome at this establishment which boasts an average TripAdvisor rating of four stars.
It takes about 15 minutes for most guests to walk between King Odysseu's Village and the middle of Paleros. The harbour serving this ancient city is even closer. The most notable historic landmarks in Paleros are the city walls, parts of which were first built around 2000 B.C., and the salt lake where Cleopatra was said to have hidden her ships during the Battle of Actium. The streets are lined with taverns and cafés overlooking the mountains, Lake Vourkaria, and the Ionian Sea.
The nearest airport, Aktion National Airport, is a 20 minute drive from Paleros and specialises in seasonal charter flights to and from various European cities. Most passengers who cannot fly directly to Aktion National Airport choose to enter Greece through Athens International Airport, then drive or board buses to Paleros.
Browse through our King Odysseu's Village image gallery to get more of an idea of what's on offer.Open gallery