Welcome to the Grand Nefeli Hotel in Lefkada. The 4 star Hotel Grand Nefeli stands at Vassiliki Ponti 33klm from the city of lefkada.

Completed at 2004 in accordance with E.O.T (Hellenic organization of tourism) that stands the upcoming needs for luxurious tourism.

The hotel is placed in one of the most beautiful places of Lefkada the beach Ponti in Vasiliki and we offer hi standards accomodation with many services.

The region of Southern Lefkada is famous for Ponti beach, one of the ten best windsurfing beaches worldwide and Porto Katsiki beach which is included in the three most beautiful beaches worldwide!

In Grand Nefeli Hotel in Lefkada we provide windsurfing lessons for all levels beginners up to advanced by experienced pro windsurfers.

You will also enjoy all comforts of luxurious stay as our hotel rooms will exceed your expectations.

Grand Nefeli Hotel in Lefkada waits for you in Vasiliki and promises that it will make your stay unforgettable!

In Greek mythology, Nephele -Nefeli was a cloud nymph who figured prominently in the story of Phrixus and Helle.

Greek myth also has it that Nefeli is the cloud whom Zeus created in the image of Hera to trick Ixion to test his integrity after displaying his lust for Hera during a feast as a guest of Zeus. Ixion failed in restraining his lust for Hera, thus fathering the Centaurs.

Nefeli married Athamas, but he divorced her for Ino. Phrixus and Helle, the son and daughter of Athamas and Nefeli, were hated by their stepmother, Ino. Ino hatched a devious plot to get rid of the twins, roasting all the town's crop seeds so they would not grow. The local farmers, frightened of famine, asked a nearby oracle for assistance. Ino bribed the men sent to the oracle to lie and tell the others that the oracle required the sacrifice of Phrixus. Before he was killed though, Phrixus and Helle were rescued by a flying golden ram sent by Nefeli, their natural mother.

Phrixus and Helle were instructed to not look down to Earth for the duration of their flight. Helle, though, did look down, and fell off the ram into the Hellespont (which was named after her, meaning Sea of Helle) and drowned, but Phrixus survived all the way to Colchis, where King Aeetes took him in and treated him kindly, giving Phrixus his daughter, Chalciope, in marriage. In gratitude, Phrixus gave the king the Golden Fleece of the ram, which Aeetes hung in a tree in his kingdom. The Golden Fleece would later be taken by Jason.