Grikos Bay, Patmos
Relax in utter tranquillity at this secluded beachside villa on the idyllic Greek island of Patmos
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 6 nights
Hidden away on the small island of Patmos is this beautiful beachside villa with a truly captivating location. Ideal for a tranquil and relaxing break, the villa is enveloped by the utter beauty of nature and is an enchanting beach-lovers paradise. Listen to the serene lapping of the sparkling blue waters before watching the sunset against the enchanting and idyllic backdrop. Here fresh food, fine wines and great company are all you need to enjoy a holiday which is second to none.
The pretty white villa blends in seamlessly with its picturesque location offering simple accommodation with an authentic Greek style. Charming outdoor seating areas are dotted around the garden providing ample space for you to make the most of the fresh sea air and the sound of the sea. A covered veranda adjoined to the house is perfect for admiring the view while a separate dining area is ideal for enjoying some of the delicious local foods.
Inside, the villa makes the most of its natural beauty by displaying its exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and traditional floor tiles. The open plan living and kitchen area is simple yet comfortable and doubles as an added sleeping area for up to three. The kitchen, which is fully equipped for those evening meals, has wonderful vintage furniture and hand painted pieces for that added touch of character, while the master bedroom has a timeless elegance with pristine white sheets, whitewashed walls and idyllic blue shuttered windows. Doors leading out onto the veranda give the villa a bright and airy feel, ensuring that you never feel far away from the breath-taking scenic views.
Set within the small, traditional village of Grikos, the villa is perfectly placed for a serene break amongst some of nature’s most magnificent shores. The village, which has the longest beach on the island, is known for its crystal clear blue waters and lush tamarisk trees. Just a short walk away, there are also a few small seafront restaurants which offer exquisite local food and delicious local wines. For history-lovers the island has two World Heritage sites, the Monastery of Saint John and the Cave of the Apocalypse, which are interesting to see, while a day out to the blissfully hidden sands of Psili Ammos is a must for explorers.
2 hours from Kos airport
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