Part of a cluster of newly built homes on the island’s western cape, this villa for rent in Mykonos follows the traditional elements and characteristics of classic island architecture combined with a quiet sense of luxury and simplicity.
The split-level three-story layout is bright and stylish and has been crafted and decorated with unique natural handmade furniture and one of a kind decor. It’s a welcoming and serene environment with a minimalist attitude and subtle elegance.
The main living room and dining area sits adjacent to the fully equipped open plan kitchen and feature a cozy fireplace. Up two levels are the blissful and private en suite master and four bright en suite bedrooms with access to the terrace were you can unwind and enjoy peace and relaxation..
Exteriors make a feature of the beautiful local stonework, giving the villa a lovely earthy feel. A large swimming pool is surrounded by paved stone walkways, a spacious veranda with a stone-built bar, as well as a BBQ and dining area. Both are shaded by wooden pergolas. With multiple lounging and dining areas, you’ll want to spend as much time as possible poolside enjoying the luxurious ambience and the endless horizon.
Surrounded by stunning scenery and indulgent comforts, this sea view retreat is the ideal holiday escape for families and friends.
Hotel style services with optional private chef and daily breakfast delivery, yoga, massage and spa services and airport transfers. Daily housekeeping with mid-week linens change included, Wifi throughout, cable TV, kitchen and bath amenities.
The villa is tucked away in the countryside close enough to action and within a short drive into Mykonos town and area beaches. World famous for its cosmopolitan lifestyle and picturesque orientation, bustling Mykonos town with it’s maze of tiny streets, quaint authentic architecture and beautiful harbor views, makes this is a one stop destination that features great street life, cafes and food, shopping, and nightlife.
In the town, key things to see include the famed windmills and Little Venice, a district located along the seafront with beautiful medieval houses. Don’t miss Panagia Paraportiani, a stunning Byzantine church which dates back to 1425, and Petros the Pelican, the island’s famous mascot. The island of Delos, reached from Mykonos Town, is small, uninhabited and littered with archaeological sites.
Both Delos and Tinos islands are just across the straight and make for easy day trips.
Mykonos, Grecee. Nearest Airport: Mykonos Airport (7km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring through Fall
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