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201 m2 View details
Zakynthos, Greece
From €21,000 / 7 nights

Villa Plumeria

4
2
4
400 m2 View details
Antiparos, Greece
From €14,000 / 7 nights

Villa Ioanna

8
5
5
201 m2 View details
Zakynthos, Greece
From €21,000 / 7 nights

Villa Jasmine

4
2
2
190 m2 View details
Zakynthos, Greece
From €21,000 / 7 nights

Villa Lotus

6
3
3
650 m2 View details
Mikonos, Greece
From €56,000 / 7 nights

Villa Tama

14
7
8
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Paros, Greece
From €17,000 / 7 nights

The Vista

14
7
7
600 m2 View details
Paros, Greece
From €31,250 / 7 nights

The Jewel

12
6
6
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Paros, Greece
From €18,000 / 7 nights

Beautiful Day Villa

14
7
7
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Tinos, Greece
From €21,500 / 7 nights

Casa Mama Mia

10
5
5
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Naxos, Greece
From €17,950 / 7 nights

Casa Ilios

10
5
5
GREECE

THE CYCLADES

The Cyclades is the most famous island group in the Aegean Sea and comprises some of the most stunning islands in the world. Beautiful sandy beaches, amazing historical sites, and iconic blue and white architecture go hand-in-hand with a laid-back traditional lifestyle and warm, hospitable people. The islands are also perfectly scattered for island-hopping adventures. A trip to the Cyclades is an experience to be remembered for a lifetime.

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HOW TO GET THERE

Flights – Duration: 45 minutes, plus travel to/from airports

The fastest and most convenient way to get to the Cyclades is to fly from Athens. The Athens International Airport Eleftherios Venizelos (ATH) offers flights to Mykonos (JMK), Santorini (JTR), Paros (PAS), Milos (MLO) and Astypalaia (JTY). Alternatively, several locations in Europe and the UK also offer flights to the Cycladic Islands but note that these flight schedules may be more seasonal. London, Munich, and Venice are just a few of the cities, which fly direct. 

Ferry – Duration: 2.5 hours or longer, depending on your final destination

There are many fast and slow ferries available from Piraeus or Rafina, a smaller port, which is closer to the Athens International Airport. Alternatively, you can easily fly to one of the Cyclades of your choice and then continue to other islands via ferry. 

Transfers & Car Rental – If you wish to explore the countryside and coastline outside of your villa’s immediate area, we highly recommend hiring a 4×4 vehicle for ease. Arranging public transport and taxis can be difficult and cumbersome over the busier months, and many remote beaches, mountainous villages, archaeological sites, and nice restaurants can only be reached by car.

MAIN TOWNS & VILLAGES

Naxos

Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades islands and sits in the centre, in the heart of the Aegean sea, and is also the Its glorious ancient past and the strong influences of the Venetians and the Franks are responsible for the abundance of ancient sites. The island boasts a beautiful natural landscape and is the greenest of the Cyclades.

 

Paros

Combining modern with traditional elements in the most unique way, Paros is a mix of traditional Cycladic architecture, vivid nightlife, magical beaches, enchanting rural villages, and historical monuments. Boasting a beautiful natural landscape and 120 km of coastline, Paros has endless blonde-sand beaches, verdant mountains and cliff-top villages galore.

 

Antiparos

Despite being so close to Paros, Antiparos is not so crowded but has a cosmopolitan character. It is the ideal greek island for laid-back holidays away from the hustle and the bustle. The island is famous for its beaches, so swimming is one of the best things to do in Antiparos and most of them are within walking distance of Chora, the island’s capital.

 

Tinos

The enchanting Tinos island is located about 20 minutes away from Mykonos by ferry. This is where the spiritual heart of Greece beats, in the church of Panagia Megalochari! In addition to its religious atmosphere, the island is known for the traditional architecture of its villages and its charming sandy beaches.

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ANTIPAROS

Famously knwon as the The Cave of Antiparos, this is home to Europe’s oldest stalagmite and stalactite formation. Antiparos Town – excellent restaurants, bars and boutique shops in a charming way, homely and friendly service. There are frequent, easy ferry crossing to Paros, a journey that takes just 10 minutes. Take a day boat trip to the beautiful uninhabited island of Despotiko, have a picnic and visit the ancient Apollo Temple for the sunset, all from your day charter. 

ANTIPAROS VILLAS
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PAROS

The marble quarries at Marathi are infamous as being a part of history with popular architectural sites, where the marble of Paros came from. Thanks to natures’ powerful winds, Windsurfing, kitesurfing, wakeboarding are some of the islands favorite passtimes, although snorkelling and scuba diving are worth the visit in the below depths. Cannot come to Paros and not visit Naoussa on the north coast of Paros, a charming Greek village life with chic island living. Do not miss the chance to visit the town’s historic Moraitis Winery. 

PAROS VILLAS
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TINOS

Visit Greece’s most visited Pilgrim site on Tinos, that allows you to appreciate, especially on August 15th the greatest celebration of the Virgin Mary. Taste of the latest delicacies of Greek wines on Tinos that is a testament to the otoctonous grapes to be recognized as very good, be it white wine or red wines. Exploring is equivalent to dining, just at a table, so the greek Mezes allow for some amazing exchanges in conversation and in the nature, hiking can also bring about some lovely memories especially when stories are told to you by a trusted guide who knows the island, language, history and all that is Greek. 

TINOS VILLAS
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NAXOS

Head to the beach – Naxos beaches are some of the most beautiful beaches in the Aegean sea, particularly on the west side. Some of the best long, white, sandy beaches with crystal clear water include Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Aliko, and Sahara (Limanakia). Gaze at the Sunset from Portara – the most well-known landmark on the island. Explore the Castle “Kastro” – one of the most well-preserved castles built by the Venetians in the Cyclades. It is located in Chora, the capital of the island. Stroll around Chora, the Town – whitewashed, sugar cube houses with blue doors and windows, chapels, arches, and endless narrow paved alleys, make that labyrinth so charming. Visit the Saint Anna winery for a tour and wine tasting at the pocket-size winery with the picturesque white chapel located in the small village of Kato Potamia. Visit the marble village of Apiranthos – a well-preserved village with a strongly traditional ambience, located only a few kilometres from Filoti. Take a traditional cooking class at the “Vassiliko” tavern in Potamia.

NAXOS VILLAS
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ZAKYNTHOS

Zakynthos is a Greek island in the Ionian Sea. The harbor city of Zakynthos is the capital and major hub, centered around waterfront Solomos Square. Popular beaches like Agios Nikolaos, Alykanas and Tsilivi offer swimming and water sports. Accessed by boat, Navagio beach is the site of a famed 1980 shipwreck resting in a sandy cove framed by cliffs. Our villas are featured on Tsilivi beach and are unique as they are modern and offering private beach access over stunning clifftop views of the north part of the island. 

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