Located in the village of Lefkochori, 20 east of Killini port, not far from Gastouni, in Ilia, Peloponnese, the agro-touristic Orangia Farm is a young company developed in an old family orchard of more than 8 Ha.
Irene and Antonis, a recently-married couple, decided to leave behind the demanding rhythms of the city and return to the family’s ancestral orange grove, which they developed by planting a further one thousand exotic Paulownia trees, bringing the estate’s tree-count to more than 2,000.
Having decided to combine their love of nature and good cooking with traditional Greek hospitality, we are there to welcome you for carefree moments of relaxation and tranquility, along with many activities, experiences, and flavours.
The farm’s history goes back some 350 years and offers three different kinds of accommodation, covering all tastes in their merging of aesthetics, comfort, and privacy. The retreat blends the old with the new in a large variety of agro-touristic and other activities, aiming to introduce visitors to the beauties of our land by guiding you through its sights, archaeological monuments, cultural and historical attractions, local religious celebrations, fairs, festivals, and the region’s beautiful beaches, waterfalls, forests, and mountains. We can also suggest abundant activities close by, including aerial yoga, watersports, rafting, and surfing.
Proud of our various premier local delicacies, we invite you to experience traditional Greek cooking by trying products of either Orangia Farm or local producers.
The hospitality is not confined to the farmhouse itself nor do we simply offer food and accommodation. Our goal is to introduce you to the region’s agricultural life and its “secrets” as known to the locals.
If you are looking for a place to relax, on either a short- or long-term basis, and you are eager for an experience that involves a range of activities and flavors, we invite you to get to know them, the region, and its traditions in a place that makes you feel at home.
TOUR AND TASTING
• The guided tour includes a tour of the estate, wild herb collection, and a “bee walk” through an apiary.
• Tasting of our products.