Villa Apollo



  • Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
  • Maximum occupancy: 10 guests



  • Kalidonichi Beach: 3.6 kms
  • Spathi Beach: 4.7 kms
  • Sikamia Beach: 4.8 kms
  • Ioulis, the capital: 7 kms
  • Korissia, the port: 15 kms
  • Vourkari village: 14 kms



  • Helipad (15 minutes from Athens airport)
  • Swimming pool
  • Air-conditioning
  • Tennis court
  • BBQ
  • Gym
  • Massage room
  • Steam room
  • Table tennis
  • Wi-fi
  • Satellite TV
  • Netflix
  • Screen projector for movies/business presentations
  • Scanner, printer
  • Game consoles
  • Basketball court
  • Cellar
  • Parking for 5 cars
  • Security system

Villa Apollo


Villa Apollo is a modern villa with distinct Cycladic aesthetics, natural materials and a rare to find set of amenities, ideal for families, a large group of friends or corporate executives.

The residence, located at a secluded area on top of a hill, in a plot of 10,000 sqm, exploits to the utmost the unique natural features of the protected landscape and offers its guests hard to find privacy and relaxing vistas.

The white washed facades and the local stone walls, coupled with the natural oak tree surroundings and the stunning sea view, create the perfect setting for a peaceful stay. Split in two levels, the villa can accommodate up to ten guests in various modern accommodation options. The outdoor dining area and the infinity pool, are an extension of the bright blue waters that dominate the views.

Have a look at the “Brief Details” for all the facilities provided at this great property.


Ground floor. Living room. Cloakroom. Dining area. Fully equipped kitchen. Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Twin bedroom. One double bedroom with two double beds. Bathroom with shower. With independent access, double bedroom with en-suite bathroom.

Lower floor. Hammam. Gym. Table tennis. Playroom. Two double sofa beds.

Upper floor. Office . Built in sofa bed.


Services included

  • 24 hour concierge service
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Private chef for breakfast and one meal
  • Butler for breakfast and one meal
  • Grocery shopping & delivery (cost of food extra)
  • Laundry service
  • Organic “Apivita” amenities for adults & kids


Services upon request

  • Car transfers
  • Car rentals
  • Helicopter rentals
  • Luxury yacht charters
  • Daily cruises
  • Guided hiking tours
  • Diving tours
  • Security guards
  • Child care
  • Ironing service
  • Food and wine supply

Villa Apollo


Dates Per week Per night
1st January to 16th April €14,000 €2000
16th  to 30th April €17,500 €2500
30th April to 18th June €14,000 €2000
18th June to 16th July €17,500 €2500
16th July to 20th August €21,000 €3000
20th August to 10th September €17,500 €2500
10th September to 31st December €14,000 €2000


The rates include the service of a private chef and her assistant for preparing and serving breakfast and one meal, the shopping of the groceries (groceries costs not included) and the daily housekeeping.


All prices are in Euros and are subject to confirmation at the time of booking




Due to its proximity to Attica, Kea (also called “Tzia”) is an easily accessible beauty with a scenery variety: steep mountains, small fields, olive groves, vineyards, valleys, picturesque coves, exciting hiking trails and off-the-beaten-track beaches.
It is the northemmost island of the western Cyclades and the closest island to Attica, located only 16 miles from Lavrio, with which is connected with daily ferries.
The island, has the shape of a “droplet”, a total surface of 131 sq. Km., and a perimeter coast of 85 km. and it is the 6th in size Cycladic island, with about 2.500 residents.
On the island with the largest oak forest in the Cyclades, bird watching is a real delight. For those who are into geology, there are plenty of small caves. 36 km long cobbled trails will lead you to the four city-states of the ancient times: Ioulis, Karthaia, Koressia, Poiessa.
Situated in the center of the island, at the site of the ancient city-state by the same name, the capital of Kιa (or Tziα), Ioulis, is a very picturesque town with ceramic-tile roofed houses, cobbled streets, arched passages, steps and squares.
Kea is one of the most visited islands for the aficionados of sailing, due to its proximity to the Attica land.



Kea has a very rich history that is reflected in every corner of it until nowadays. Monuments, archaeological sites, architectural sights and museums narrate the most fascinating episodes from the past of the island. Its older name was “Hydroussa”. The name “Kea” derives from hero Keos, the leader of the Locrian settlers from Nafpaktos who occupied the island in the ancient times.
The prehistoric settlement of Kefala, located in the homonym cape in the north western coast of the island, was established during the Neolithic Period, around the end of the 4th millennium. The settlement of Aghia Irini in the northern part of Aghios Nikolaos bay was one of the most significant cultural centers in the Aegean Sea from the end of high prosperity. In the archaic years (7th-6th century B.C.) four independent and economically and culturally powerful cities-states (Ioulida, Korissos, Karthaia and Poiiessa) were established, having a separate management structure but usually a unified presence in foreign policy.
In 1204, when the Franks conquered the Byzantine Empire, they named the island Zia, from where the current name of Tzia came. Since 1830, Kea, like all the Cyclades, was included in the newly established Greek state and began to develop agricultural, livestock and commercial activity. With the urban development of Athens in the 20th century, however, the population decreased significantly and gradually began to decline.



With the endless kilometres of its coastline, Kea offers even to the most demanding visitor idyllic beaches with impressive crystal waters: organized beaches, beaches with wild beauty, beaches in the very heart of action, isolated beaches, beaches accessible from the land and the sea as well as hidden beaches that invite the visitor to explore them. Villa Apollo is ideally located equidistantly about 4 kms to three of the best, Spathi beach, Kalidonichi and Sikamia beach.

Villa Apollo, Kea

White washed facades and the local stone walls, natural oak trees and a stunning sea view……combined with the services and facilities of a 5* private hotel