Villa Pira, Koufonisia



  • Living Area: 310 M2
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Maximum Occupancy: 4-9 Guests



  • Village: 300m from town – shops, taverns, mini market: 450m
  • Closest beach: pebble and sandy beaches: 500m (Finikas)
  • Sea caves: 800m
  • Port: 1,2 km
  • Kato Koufonissi: 20 min by caique
  • Glaronissi:15 min by caique



  • A/C
  • Swimming Pool
  • Fireplace
  • Home Cinema
  • DVD player
  • Satellite TV
  • Wi-Fi
  • Safe Box
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Gym
  • Spa Area (Sauna/Hammam/Jacuzzi)
  • Table Tennis
  • Laundry Room
  • Volleyball/ Mini Soccer terrain
  • Children Playground



  • Free use of two cars during your stay (except fuel cost) to facilitate your transportation.
  • Transportation from and to the port upon arrival and departure
  • Welcome basket containing traditional products
  • Daily maid service
  • Garden and swimming pool care service
  • Change of beddings every 3 days

Villa Pira, Koufonisia




Villa Pira is located at 350m from the Koufonisi town and some minutes from the sea, at one of the most beautiful places of the island, with a breathtaking view to the Aegean sea and the village.


Part of a private 2-villa complex: Villa Keros and Villa Pira, 310 m2 each one, with a common-use swimming pool of 100 m2.         

Villa Pira is surrounded by a garden of 5000 m2 fully integrated in the Cycladic landscape and natural terrain of the island. A small melon field and herb patch guarantees few fresh biological vegetables for the visitors. The garden also offers many spots for relaxation and enjoyment. In the garden there is a small terrain for mini soccer, volleyball, a place for yoga/pilates and a playground for small children.

Children also enjoy the ping pong and the basketball in the pool. A small water cascade separates the children’s pool of 20 m2 from the big one which has a hydro massage. Around the pool, there are two built sitting areas with tables, comfortable sun beds and umbrellas. The small pool bar is equipped with a fridge & music system. You can always connect your smart phone and play your favourite  music even with air play IOS or Android. 

The Villa is surrounded by a big veranda with comfortable bamboo seats and a large dining table and chairs for unique moments of relaxation during your meals. At the back of the villa, there is the barbecue and the traditional oven along with another dining set. 


Main level:

  • Living room with fireplace, two comfortable 3-seater sofas, home cinema and sat TV; 
  • A nice & comfortable dining room; 
  • Fully equipped open plan kitchen; 
  • 2 double bedrooms en-suite; 1 bedroom with two single beds en suite. Sleep 6 people. All bedrooms have sea view, air condition, a French door with a screen sieve, bedside tables, desk/dressing table, wardrobe, drawers, sat TV, DVD player, safe box, telephone, Internet. 


Lower level:

  • 1 bedroom en suite which sleeps 3 people. It is a small suite and has a queen size bed and one single bed. 
  • Gym area (electric gym runner, magnetic bicycle, multi-use equipment for 30 types of exercises using weights, abdominal bench, gym mat, Pilates ball, step and ping pong (table with racquets) and
  • SPA area (sauna, hammam, Jacuzzi),
  • Laundry room.

Villa Pira, Koufonisia


Lying east of Athens, Koufonisia are a cluster of islands {Ano (Upper), Kato (Lower) Koufonissi & Keros} of the Small Cyclades in central Aegean, south east of Naxos & west of Amorgos.


There are two proposed explanations for the origin of the name of the island. According to the first, Koufonisia was the ancient name of the gulf between Koufonisia and Glaronisi. The full name was “Koufos Limin”, which means lee port, where ships can anchor. According to the second version, which is supported by Manesis, this name was chosen because of the large number of caves and sediments that are found on the island. Anthony Miliarakis, in contrast with these two theories, wrote in his book in 1920 that Pano Koufonisi was known as “Fakousa” and Kato Koufonisi as “Pino”.


 The peace and quiet; the Aegean sun; the unrivalled beaches, from the most beautiful in Greece, with golden sandy stretches and turquoise waters; the small bays; sea caves; the abundance of fresh fish; all make An0 Koufonisi  island the gem of the Aegean giving promises of unforgettable holidays away from the hustle and bustle of busy tourist traffic.

Even not more than 6 km wide, you can find everything you need. In the village you can find shops, markets (open from 8:00 a.m. to 23:30 p.m. every day) and many taverns. Also, in the east side of the island in some beaches there are taverns and beach bars. Captains Prasinos Kostas and Roussetos organize daily excursions to the island’s beaches and nearby islands (Kato Koufonissi, Glaronissi, Keros and Schoinousa). You can always travel daily to Schinoussa, Herakleia & Naxos to have more excursions. 

Few cars! Thanks to the small distances, most of the visitors prefer to stroll or use a bike in order to discover the island’s unique natural beauties and the scenic alleys of Cycladic architecture. A real jewel at the center of the Aegean!        


The eastern side of the island is adorned with many charming beaches with golden sand or pebbles and the landscape is completed with small deserted bays lined with sand and cave-forming rocks. Some of the beaches have taverns and beach bars that organise parties at nights with a full moon. The waters are of unrivalled beauty! Don’t hesitate to discover the natural beauties and the xerophyte landscape of the Cyclades by strolling along the natural footpaths of the island.


Kato Koufonissi is almost uninhabited. It features only a handful of houses, beautiful beaches and a quaint tavern famous for its fish soup. Don’t forget to taste it!

Uninhabited Keros is a protected archaeological site. A large number of ancient Cycladic art pieces have been excavated in the 20th century at the most imposing manmade structure in all the Cyclades archipelago.


The island’s museum, which is going to be housed in the old school’s building, will be open soon. Its exhibits will be findings that date from the prehistoric period until now. Keros is an archaeological site, a sample of the Cycladic civilization and culture. Eminent statuettes, symbols of the Cycladic civilization, the Piper and the Harpist, which are now exposed at the Archaeological Museum of Athens were discovered on the island.

Villa Pira, Koufonisia

Ideal for groups of friends and families,  this quiet and peaceful villa will make you feel like you are in paradise. Golden sandy beaches, turquoise waters, sea caves and the abundance of fresh fish promise to offer you unforgettable holidays in one of the most beautiful islands of the Cyclades.