1 Fully Equipped Kitchen
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Villa Alina has been located, designed and built with the purpose of making your visit a truly unforgettable one. Guests will experience the true essence of luxury during their stay at the villa, which situated on a sequestered and blissful section on the South Western tip of Santorini, offers an inspirational environment of immense proportions.
The villa has been built on a cliff-top area of 6.700 sq.m, close to the famous Lighthouse of Santorini, and is engulfed by some of the most breathtaking oceanic views in the world. This beautiful white-stone building is influenced by a blend of modern and traditional Cycladic architecture, and ranks within the countless stunning residences scattered across this sensational island.
Spread across three large floors, the Villa comprises several living, dining and reception areas providing a choice of secluded indoor hangouts, sheltered from the baking South Greek sun. The living area has A/C, flat screen satellite TV, DVD & CD player-Hi-Fi. Here guests can laze in front of the TV, take an afternoon nap or enjoy a late night bottle or two of the exquisite local wines! There is a large salon based on the lower ground floor, and two smaller lounges - along with an openplan kitchen/diner - plus one large bathroom with bathtub located on the ground floor of the house. A play room is also available for your entertainment.
Alina contains five gorgeous bedrooms and each has its own en-suite bathroom, A/C, satellite flat screen TV, CD player and direct dial phone. The two largest suites are on the lower-ground floor, with three slightly smaller rooms located on the two upper floors of the house. The bedrooms all enjoy stunning views from whichever side of the house they are located on, and are flooded by sunshine throughout the day.
The outdoor areas at Villa Alina are magnificent. Four decked terraces line different sides of the villa, where guests can relax, sunbathe or dine while savoring the tranquil blue expanse of the Aegean and its astonishing evening sunsets. There is an outdoor pool, plus a Jacuzzi and barbecue area to make your recreational time even more pleasurable.
In keeping with its 5-star status, Villa Alina provides from daily concierge, breakfast and housekeeping services to transportation from/to the port/airport to ensure the villa's premium standards are maintained during your stay. A private chef and waiter can be made available upon request, as can arrangements for the collection and delivery of groceries, onsite massages, laundry and pressing, VIP services like limousine service, hiring of private yachts, jets and helicopters can be easily arranged.
Directly to Santorini Airport (JTR): The airport is located north of the village of Kamari. The airport serves both as a military and as a civil airport.
From Athens by ferry (Piraeus Port): The journey from the port of Piraeus to Santorini takes about 5 to 8 hours, depending on the type of ferry.
Santorini is considered to be one of the most cosmopolitan destination in Greece. Exquisitely clear waters nearby the massive active volcano in the middle of the sea combines a unique place for romantic holidays. In addition, the island has a growing reputation as a “wedding destination” for couples not only from Greece but from all over the world.
According to legend, Santorini emerged from the depths of the sea- opinion justified by the timeless activity of the undersea volcano and the geological topography of the island.
The first human remains, dating back to the Stone Age, show that the island has been inhabited since the prehistoric times. There is some evidence of life in the early Bronze Age, in the mid-3rd millennium BC, during the second period of the early Cycladic civilization (2.800 - 2.100 BC). However, from the middle Bronze Age (1.900-1.600 BC), evidence becomes more abundant, showing great development.
In the area of Akrotiri (Promontory), there was a prehistoric settlement with a very important port. The great volcanic eruption in the late Bronze Age (ca.1600 BC) buried the settlement under 30 metres of ash.
• Museum of Prehistoric Thera: Its special contents are masterpieces of art in the prehistoric Aegean, such as the famous wall paintings and the unique gold ibex figurine. The museum houses finds from the excavations at Akrtotiri, conducted under the auspices of the Archaeological Society at Athens, the earlier excavations at Potamos, made by members of the German Archaeological Institute at Athens, and rescue excavations at various other sites on the island, carried out by the 21st Ephorate of Antiquities.
The exhibition endeavors to sketch the course of Thera in prehistoric times, through selected finds from the thousands in the storerooms. This was a dynamic and creative course which established the city at Akrotiri as one of the most important Aegean centres during the 18th and 17th centuries B.C.
• Red Beach, 12 km south west of Fira. One of the most beautiful and famous beaches with black and red volcanic pebbles and hot water.
• Kamari Rate, 10 km south east of Fira, is situated on the southern part of Santorini, right next to Perissa, with the huge rock called Mesa Vouno between them. Is a family friendly beach, partly organized with lot of water-sport activities.
• Perissa, 10 km south east of Fira, is a crowded tourist resort. An organized beach, Perissa has black sand on its shore. It’s a family friendly beach with water-sport activities.
• Perivolos, 10 km south of Fira, is the longest black sand of Santorini. It’s an organized tourist resort with many hotels, taverns and beach bars.
• Vlychada, 10 km south of Fira, is a small port where fishing boats and yachts moor in summer. It’s a partly organized beach friendly to Nudists.
• Agios Georgios, 12 km south east of Fira, is a popular beach near to Perissa. Agios Georgios is one of the most tourism-friendly beaches on Santorini.
• Cape Columbo, 12 km north east of Fira, is one of the most isolate and quiet beaches on Santorini. Non organized and surrounded by a wild landscape, Cape Columbo is the perfect beach for couples.
• Monolithos, 7 km east of Fira, is one of the most family-oriented beaches on Santorini. The beautiful coast has a playground and a beach volley court, while it is surrounded by few hotels.
• White Beach, 13 km south west of Fira, right next to the Red beach with black pebbles on the shore. Only the surrounding cliffs are white!
• Vourvoulos, 4 km north east of Fira, is a beautiful beach but the strong wind that blows frequently makes it uncomfortable for swimming.
Unique agricultural products, innovative high-class restaurants, cozy taverns with traditional cuisine, open to visitors famous wineries, romantic hotels and special sections of local products in the shops of the island are combined into a creative scenery of gastronomic delight. The choices between specially designed menus, great wine tastings and breakfasts with products from Santorini, will be inexhaustible.
Fira heads the nightlife section - many bars and cafes are actually on the caldera, whilst others, as well as the large clubs, are tucked into the quaint cobbled streets weaving through the town. That’s not to say that you won’t find some great places elsewhere on the island. Oia for example has some classy cafes & bars, Perissa, Perivolos, Kamari have beach bars & clubs, some of which stay open to the late hours...
|January 1 – May 31||€ 8,750 per week|
|June 1 – June 30||€ 10,045 per week|
|July 1 – August 31||€ 12,600 per week|
|September 1 – September 30||€ 10,045 per week|
|October 1 – December 31||€ 8,750 per week|
• Daily maid service
• Towels or linens are not to be taken from the Property
• Pets are permitted only with prior approval
• Airport transfers
• Vehicle rentals (optional service)
• Yacht / boat rentals (optional service)
• Helicopter / Learjet rentals (optional service)
• Pre-arrival shopping services (optional service)
• Child care (optional service)
• Chef / Battler (optional service)
• Massage and beauty treatments (optional service)
• Gourmet food and wine supply (optional service)
• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)