Villa specialist Solmar has added 12 properties in the Greek Peloponnese to its portfolio for 2024.
Initially Solmar will be offering villas in the Kardamili, Methoni, Stoupa areas of the province, which is located on the southern tip of mainland Greece, but more properties will be added in the new year.
Villas range in size, from the one-bedroom Villa Palataki I to the four-bedroom Villa Achilleas (pictured), overlooking the bay of Stoupa.
The Peloponnese joins the Ionian coast, Kos and Ibiza as new destinations recently added to Solmar’s European portfolio.
It comes after an unexpectedly busy period for the company which has been supporting travel agents and customers affected by the shock closure of the James Villa brand earlier this month.
The Burton-on-Trent-based company has taken on more than 450 of James Villas’ cancelled properties and will now be heading into 2024 with a record 2,000 plus villas across Europe and Florida on its books.
Chief executive Julie Blake said: “The Peloponnese is a truly magical place with its striking scenery, mountain-backed beaches, ancient sites, medieval castles, beautiful views, sandy beaches, spectacular vineyards, exquisite cuisine and of course its rich history as home of the Olympic Games.
“It’s an absolute gem – a must-add to everyone’s travel bucket-list – and we are really excited to have added villas in this unique destination to our ever-growing portfolio.”