Just 10 minutes’ walk from the beaches of Kalafatis and Agia Anna, this spectacular estate is composed by a grand main house and two guest houses. Every facet of this minimalistic property has been designed with your comfort in mind. Sunsets of incomparable beauty are showcased by multiple windows and there are generous terraces where you can look down over a mosaic of colors. From the azure waters of its sparking pool, the sea and sky stretch out like a deep blue canvas.
Minimalistic architecture with generous dispositions
Featured as the ultimate destination for young savvy individuals in the magazine Mykonos villas for three years in a row, this property is overflowing with delightful elements designed to help you relax and be rejuvenated. Large enough for fourteen people, the seven bedrooms of the main house boast delightful en-suite bathrooms, access to the sunny terraces and moments of privacy on the dining area covered by a pergola. Gather with your friends and family for delicious meals and lively conversation in the one of the four stylish living rooms or take a seat at the bar and order your favorite cocktail next to the pool. Watch the sun slip gently below the horizon and relax in your heavenly designed hideaway.
LOCATION – Greece, Mykonos
Mykonos, or else The Island of The Winds, is part of the Cyclades, located in the middle of the Aegean Sea. It is accessible from sea (from the ports of Piraeus and Rafina – duration of travel ranges from 3 to 5 hours) and air (from The Athens International Airport duration of flight is 45 minutes, while Mykonos airport is also directly connected to major European cities). In addition, due to its location Mykonos is the perfect hub for private cruising in the central Aegean.
The island of Mykonos is legendary for its picturesque beauty, consisting of white houses, windmills and heavenly beaches. Night life of Mykonos is legendary, with the island being considered the ultimate party destination in the whole Mediterranean Sea, attracting rich and famous from all over the world. In the alleys of Chora (the capital of the island) one can find everything, ranging from world class brands to traditional products and from quiet restaurants to famous night clubs. Many celebrities wander around in the area of Matogiannia and then enjoy a premium cocktail at sunset by the sea in scenic Little Venice.
Beaches of incomparable beauty invite one to explore all shades of blue, while some of them possess world class beach restaurants. Indicatively, one could mention the exceptionally well-organized Psarou beach and its glamorous beach bar-restaurant Nammos that has evolved to a beloved destination for the international jet set. At the same time, more private beaches, such as Fokos, promise one an exclusive view of the Aegean Sea and enchanting sunsets.
Moreover, Mykonos is linked via small boats to Delos. Delos is the best preserved ancient city in Greece. In the antiquity it was considered a sacred place, as it was believed to be the birthplace of Apollo (the God of Sun) and Artemis (the Goddess of Hunt, Wildlife, Childbirth). The archaeological museum of Delos is one of the most important museums of Greece, displaying rare sculptures, potteries, inscriptions and mosaics. Mykonos is a unique combination of peacefulness and conviviality that attracts the elite from all over the world, rewarding at the same time those willing to discover its tranquil side.