Villa Brianna

  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 3 Bathrooms

  • 2 WC

  • 2 Fully Equipped Kitchens

  • Dining Room

  • Living Room

  • Fully Air-Conditioned

  • High-Speed Wi-Fi Connection

  • Cable LCD TV

  • Dishwasher

  • Private Garden

  • Barbeque

  • Swimming Pool

Brianna's Description

The Villa with breathtaking view to Fellos bay and the green valley shaped between the mountains, extends into three levels, can accommodate eight individuals, in four bedrooms and living spaces and is completely autonomous with exclusive landscaped garden of an average surface of 1.000 sq.m, a 4 x 9 sq.m swimming pool and a parking area.

It comprises of two spacious living rooms with fire places, four bedrooms with A/C, three bathrooms, two WC, two fully built-in electric equipped open plan kitchens, sunny verandas, patios, wooden traditional- style pergolas, autonomous heating and power supply, outdoor shower, BBQ, and more!

Swimming pool level (approx. 146 sq.m): includes a large living / dining area with fireplace, a fitted kitchen, two bedrooms with a family bathroom, a W.C., marble paved patio area, garden and pool furniture and has a separate entrance.

Main living area (approx. 86 sq.m): serves as the main entrance of the Villa and includes a large living / dining area with fireplace, a fitted kitchen, a W.C. and a large balcony.

Upper level (approx. 57 sq.m): A master bedroom with joined balcony and an en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi bath tab, another bedroom with joined veranda and en-suite bathroom.

Brianna's Equipment

The luxurious fully equipped residence is built and fitted with great care using selective materials to the highest specifications. It includes marble flooring (Dionysos marble with special obsolescence), fitted wardrobes, Italian thermo-sound double glazing windows, armour-plated entrance doors, cable T.V., home video with DVD player, ecological beds, mattresses and linen. The furniture and fittings combine the modern with antiques and fine arts. All levels are accessible by an internal marble paved staircase. Inventory list outlining the Villa's equipment during the tenancy period is provided upon arrival and is available uppon request.

How to reach Andros

From Athens International Airport (ATH): Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is connected to Rafina port, where ferry boats depart for Andros, via Attica and Marathonos avenues. The trip to Andros takes about 2 hours by ferry boat.

From Cycladic islands: Andros is also connected with other Cyclades Islands by ferry boat, including Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Syros, and Tinos, making it a great destination for island-hoppers. If you are interested in the Cyclades Islands boats routes, contact Andros Port.

Explore the bea​utiful Island of Andros

Andros is the northernmost island of the renowned Cyclades Islands cluster located in the deep blue Aegean Sea. Its surface is for the most part mountainous, with many fruitful and well-watered valleys. Andros is a beautiful island and an idyllic holiday destination. It is only 2 hours away from Athens and it is easily accessible by frequent ferries. It manages to remain unspoiled by vast tourism and yet offers a variety of activities for all tastes. Andros is the perfect holiday destination for all tastes. Whether it is family vacations, romantic trips or more adventure you are after, you can have the time of your life here!

History of Andros

The name of the island most probably originates from General Andros from Crete, legendary colonizer of the Minoan times. Archaeological excavations prove the existence of developed settlements, dating back to Mycenaean times or even earlier. The island becomes historically known during the Geometric period (9th-7th century B.C.), as it is proved by traces of a settlement found in Zagora, at the south-western part of the island, close to Zaganiari. On May 10th, 1821, Theofilos Kairis declared the War of Independence, thus marking the starting point of the island’s recent history, during which Andros reached the peak of its economic prosperity, thanks to its ships. It is worth mentioning that Andriot Dimitris Moraitis initiated Greece-North America line in the beginning of the 20th century, while Andros was in 1939 second to Piraeus regarding ship registration.


• Archeological Museum: The Archaeological Museum is located in the island’s capital city Hora. It includes preservation’s lambs, store rooms, synchronous optical-acoustic systems and security systems. Some of the most important exhibits are: Collection of findings from ancient town Zagora, Collection of sculptures dated from archaic till roman period, Collection of inscriptions, Collection of pre-Byzantine and Byzantine sculptures. Andros Archeological Museum has a projection room, while from time to time there are exhibitions of modern art at the atrium, in co-operation with the Museum of Modern Art of Vasilis and Eliza Goulandris Foundation.

• Museum of Modern Art: It belongs to the Vasilis and Eliza Goulandris Institution as well. The museum is unique. It is composed of two wards. In the old ward, you can see a permanent exhibition of the creations by M. Tompros, Tsarouchis, Gikas, Moralis, Basiliou, Takis, Fasianos etc. In the new ward, there is a section of the Institution’s collection where exhibitions take place during all the year. The museum also holds exhibitions of painting, sculpture and photography.

• Maritime Museum or Nautical Museum: The museum was founded in 1972 and presents the entire history of Andros’ merchant marine, from the ancient times to our day, exposing various nautical diaries, lithographs of ships from Andros, models of ships and much more. The museum is located in Andros Town.

• Kydonieos Institute: This institute was founded in 1994 by Petros and Marika Kydonieos who wanted to exhibit culture and art in its many and various forms; their main interests were concentrating mainly on the fine arts such as music, theatre and literature (Greek and international). Every summer, an exhibition is organized showing works of art which have contributed to the quest of contemporary art.

• Museum of Folklore and Christian Art: Located on the site of Hora’s old ice house, this museum has exhibitions of works showing the typical traditional life of the inhabitants of Andros. (Telephone: 22820 22189)

• The Kairis Library: This library is housed in a wonderful neoclassical building, in Hora (or Andros Town). The library contains about 3000 tomes from the collection of Theofilos Kairis, who was a scholar and priest in Andros (1784-1852). In the library, a large number of rare publications, manuscripts, historical records, works of art and a small archaeological collection are also exposed. During summer, some art exhibitions are organized in the new exhibition area of the library.

Andros’ Beaches

At a distance of only few minutes from the villas are Fellos and Kourtali beach. Following the route to the Villas complex a little bit further you will get to the unspoiled beach of Pisolimionas. While in Andros, you should certainly visit the Zorkos, Vitali, Chrisi Akti and Ahla beach. In Agios Petros beach you may find water sport facilities during the summer season!

Gastronomy, Shopping and Nightlife

Traditional Greek restaurants and “tavernas” are located at a small distance from the Villas, some of them on the beach (in Zorkos, Agios Petros and Vitali), while most of the restaurants, shops and nightlife locations are in the port of Andros (Gavrio) which is only 7 minutes (6 km) by car from Heliades Villas! At Batsi town you will find many cafes, bars and nightclubs.


Andros is a paradise for nature and outdoor sports lovers. The island is scattered with springs and streams, which attract a lot of tourists to Andros. There are several lovely foot paths that are the same as those that existed in ancient times. All you have to do is to secure a reliable map of Andros Greece and make your walking tour a reality. The paths lead through villages, across stone bridges and along lush hillsides. You can stop at the springs and sample the waters, which are believed to have healing properties for various conditions. The most visited areas are Apikia, with the Sariza Spring and the Ravine of Pithara, and the village of Remata, with the scenic waterfalls and watermill. Make an excursion to Sineti, on the green sides of the mountain, northern of Hora. The picture of the stone built houses, dovecotes and watermills in the ravine with the butterflies of the "Panaxia" family, will fascinate you.

We suggest you also visit Palaiopoli, Hamlet of Agios Petros in Gavrion, Zoodochos Pigi Monastery, Pano Kastro (Upper Castle), Panachrantou Monastery, and Ancient Zagora. You can also windsurf in Agios Petros. Upon arrival, we provide our guests with detailed suggestions and information on best places to visit, were to eat well, attractions, etc.

Price per Rental Period

January 1 – March 31 € 2,000 per week
April 1 – June 23 € 2,700 per week
June 24 – July 14 € 3,600 per week
July 15 – September 1 € 4,850 per week
September 2 – September 29 € 2,800 per week
September 30 – November 1 € 2,300 per week
November 2 – December 15 € 2,000 per week
December 16 – December 31 € 2,800 per week

Villa's Policy

• Daily service and cleaning of the villa

• Change of sheets & towels 1-2 times per week

• Daily maintenance of the pool and of the other facilities

• Pick-up service from the port of Andros (Gavrio) upon arrival

• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)

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