This is a complex of 5 villas varying from 2 to 3 bedrooms each. Its is an exclusive collection of five individually designed villas that form their own private complex in the quiet Akrotiri peninsula near Chania. The villas are enclosed in a natural stone walled garden, with plenty of grass areas and a 50’ mosaic tiled swimming pool. The swimming pool size is 75 sq.m.
Each villa has its own private garden area, with a pergola that provides a beautiful area for al fresco dining. Two natural stone barbeques are also available for the exclusive use of residents. All bedrooms have their own private balcony with stunning sea or mountain views.
EACH VILLA FEATURES:
Under floor heating
Fully equipped kitchens with all appliances
High quality furniture & fittings
42” flat screen LCD TVs
The three bedroom villas have two Queen size double bedrooms and one bedroom with two single beds. The 2 bedroom villas have one Queen size double bedroom and one bedroom with two single beds. All bedrooms have balconies, flat screen TV with integrated DVD player. Under floor heating is also fitted in each of the villas.
Use the following co-ordinates on Google earth “fly to” search field 35° 33’ 35.23’ N, 24° 5’44.06” E press enter and it will take you straight to the villa location.
Nearest Airport: Chania at 7 Kilometres
Nearest Ferry: Souda Bay at 14 Kilometres
Nearest Beach: Tersanas at 2.5 Kilometres
The Villas are located in the beautiful Akrotiri peninsula near Chania in western Crete in Greece. The beautiful Venetian city of Chania is a 20 minute drive, known as ’little Venice’. Always the first thing you hear about Chania is the Venetian Harbour, the old port, the narrow shopping streets and waterfront restaurants.
The harbour is a must see – old buildings, museums, churches and crafts shops (some with genuinely interesting and sometimes local, products on offer). The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice (a few years ago when those cities still had some room to walk), combined with the culture and character of Cretan people and traditions