This 17th century "canava" (cave house) was decorated in the traditional style of the Cycladic islands, featuring a spellbinding co-existence of white and blue. Approached via an intimate and inviting courtyard with a glorious view of the stark white houses of Santorini and the Aegean sea, the guest enters a vast living area with high vaulted ceilings, the dining area and the well-equipped kitchen.
A hand-made, stain glass door leads to the master bedroom with its circular King-size bed, stark white walls and Italian tiled floor. Also, the bedroom accommodates a large Jacuzzi set with mosaic glass tiles. The en-suite bathroom offers all the modern amenities, including a large overhead shower and a hand-made marble basin. A curved staircase leads from the open-plan living area to a mezzanine floor with a double bed, where a moon shaped window offers an exceptional, romantic view of the Caldera. The third double bedroom has a private seating area with a fire place and is reached both by a separate entrance from the courtyard and an internal door leading to the main living space. The circular private Jacuzzi on the terrace offers a unique view of the enchanting caldera and a chance to take in the energy of the ancient volcanic rock formations that stand proudly and magnificently in the blue horizon.
Ground floor: Living room with open plan kitchen and dining area, master bedroom with Jacuzzi and en-suite bathroom
Mezzanine floor: Double bed
Upper floor: Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, lounge, kitchenette
Security deposit 2000.00 € /object (payable on site)
Services (included in price)
- Travel Assistance
- Daily Maid Service
- Concierge Services
- Change of linen twice/week
- Air conditioner
- CD player
- DVD player
- Satellite TV
- Wlan Internet
- Family Time
- Funny Friends
Santorini’s picture-perfect sceneries have made it one of the most photographed islands of the world. The surreal landscape is the result of a huge volcanic eruption that took place 3.500 years ago. The eruption caused three quarters of the island to sink and created what later became the island’s showpiece caldera. Even the beaches are part of the fairytale scenery, taking their names from the colors of the cliffs that hang above them. Still watched over by the smoldering volcano, the amphitheatrically built houses of the caldera attract thousands of visitors every year. Despite its rapid touristic development, the island has maintained its character. Candlelit cafés and a vibrant nightlife compliment the dreamlike setting of the caldera at Fira, the town of Santorini. Picturesque villages such as Perissa, Imerovigli and Perivolos are scattered all over the island, while visitors gather at Oia to enjoy Santorini’s famous sunsets.
- Port: 10 minute drive
- Airport approx. 15 km
- Center approx. 800 m
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