- Seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms
- Maximum occupancy: 14 guests
- Closest beach: private access
- Syros town: 12 kms
- Airport & port: 12 kms
- Large infinity pool with panoramic view
- Private access to sea
- Air-conditioning in all bedrooms
- Satellite TV
- Hi-fi sound system (Bluetooth or Wifi compatible)
- Plot size: 6000 sqm
- Villa size: 580 sqm
Thoughtfully built for complete privacy and lavish comfort, the property is flooded with light through airy outdoor patios and lounge spaces overlooking the Aegean Sea. Tastefully designed by local architect Georgios Evripiotis, the villa incorporates natural elements of the Syros landscape that grows organically around it.
Spread in multiple levels with traditional materials artfully mixed with modern touches of pure luxury, emulates refined elegance. The serene combination of ocean and earthy hues complements the already existing beauty of the landscape.
Intriguing exterior chill-out areas and hidden corners have been individually designed to maximize open-air tranquility. From the grand marble dining table, to the numerous loungers overlooking mesmerising sea views and the multi-level terraces, one will have a hard time choosing a favourite outdoor spot.
Ground Level. Dining and living area. Fully equipped kitchen. Guest cloakroom. Master
Bedroom (en-suite bathroom, office space, walk-in closet, private veranda). Two double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms and private veranda. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom and access to terrace. Single bedroom for staff.
Lower Level. Living and dining area. Fully equipped kitchen. Twin bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Single bedroom for staff. Bathroom.
Ground Level. Living room. Kitchen. Double bedroom with private veranda. Twin bedroom. Bathroom. Staff bedroom.
- Airport transfers
- Daily housekeeping (change of linen every 3 days, towels every 2 days)
Services on request
- Laundry & ironing
- Yacht charters
Enjoy the cosmopolitan capital of the Cyclades
Syros It is a beautiful island, with a magnificent people, nice beaches and excellent food. It combines history, religion, tradition and glamour of past and present times.
Sea, stone and light are the main characteristics of Syros’ landscape, which dazzles visitors with its wild, unprocessed beauty. A floating land, dry and seemingly infertile, is saturated with the delightful aroma of herbs blended with the saltiness of the sea breeze. From golden sand beaches with pristine blue waters to untamed rocky waterfronts, there are quite diverse choices for all tastes. Syros has a total area of 84 sq.km and is divided by its natural topography into two parts, north and south. The northern part is called Ano Mera, where the landscape is wild with steep slopes and rocks, unique traditional villages and hiking trails. The southern part of Syros is the most popular with coastal settlements, enchanting organised beaches, delicious tavernas and spotless natural beauty.
The Flavours of Syros
The island’s gastronomy followed a journey through time, a journey of flavours and aromas from all parts of Greece; from the refugees from Chios and those from Asia minor that first introduced to the locals the Turkish delights and sweets, to the refugees from Smyrni that brought along the spices of the Orient and the Capuchin monks with the prickly pears. The specialities of the island differed quite a bit from the usual island delicacies, as they have been influenced by other cultures, thus giving every syrian dish a unique character with unique tasty combinations like pork with quinces, boiled meat with caramelized tomatoes, baked fish with herbs and raisins as well as stuffed tomatoes and peppers with pine nuts.
Many traditional recipes stand out in the island’s gastronomy such as Aetopita (a pie made with fish and vegetables), karabola (saucy snails with Sage), lachanodolma (cabbage leaves stuffed with rice) with raisins and other specialities including the meletinia cheese pies, marathopita (fennel pie), louiza (verbena) , grilled pancetta, sisyra (pork), braised fligkouni (entrails) and local Psaraki (tenderloin). Yet the journey of tastes and flavours doesn’t stop there. It goes on with delectable desserts such as pastelaries (salted figs), traditional Turkish delights and delicious nougat-pies (chalvadopites).
Peaceful oasis with panoramic views and direct access to the sea