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Lassana Kanda

Galle, Sri LankaMax. 12 personen. Vanaf €700 per nacht.

Beautiful location

A one-of-a-kind villa situated on a hilltop a few kilometres from Galle, offering spectacular views of jungle and rice paddies.

Spacious design

Villa Lassana Kanda is extremely spacious and can accommodate up to 12 people. A dedicated team is at your service every day to make your stay a unique experience.

  • Every luxury

    The villa offers you a game room, gym and infinity pool with a unique pool bar. All of the ingredients for a fabulous stay.
  • Thousands of stars

    Diving in the ocean or snorkelling along the coral reefs in this unique place in the world is irresistible. Or perhaps you prefer to spend the night on a catamaran. A truly unique and unforgettable whale-watching experience.

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General

  • Air conditioning
  • Balcony
  • Wi-Fi (free)

Bathroom

  • Bathroom en suite
  • Private pool

Just Relux

  • Chef
  • Gardener
  • Housekeeping
  • Infinity pool
  • Villa Manager

Livingroom

  • Ceiling ventilator
  • DVD player
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Iconic scenes

For years, the small island of Sri Lanka was accessible only by boat. To many people, the iconic scenes of tropical inlets and tiny islands off the picturesque coast of Sri Lanka represent true paradise. But there is more to admire here in the Indian Ocean than the skyline of palm trees in the sand. Mysterious giants travel these waters: blue whales, sperm whales, orcas and dolphins.

Folk tale

Galle is special because both the old and new town are lively. Although historians believe that Galle may have been the city of Tarsis, where King Solomon amassed precious stones and spices, it only became prominent with the arrival of the Europeans. In 1505, a Portuguese fleet travelling to the Maldives was blown off course and took refuge in the harbour. Allegedly, a rooster – galo in Portuguese – crowed the city's name. A less far-fetched sounding tale is that the name is derived from the Sinhalese word gala, which means rock.

For over 200 years, Galle was the main port in Sri Lanka and a crucial stopping point for boats and ships travelling between Europe and Asia. Around the time that Galle fell into the hands of the British in 1796, trade shifted to Colombo.

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