This studio-villa on Santorini is perfect for a pair of lovebirds! This private hideaway has a courtyard with a hammock and small plunge pool, not to mention the complimentary rental car. Situated in the heart of a traditional village, this Greek island villa is within a short stroll of authentic local tavernas. Stay close to this Santorini villa for rent to enjoy the small-town atmosphere, or drive into Fira for shopping and a bustling night life. And don't worry about grocery shopping until you're ready... this apartment comes stocked with provisions for a couple of meals, so all you have to do is arrive and relax!
Newly renovated, this little house is covered in characteristic volcanic stone. Originally a canava, or cave house, the villa was once used to produce the sweet dessert wine, Vinsanto, which is unique to the island. Two cylindrical troughs, once used for distilling wine, have been preserved to make unique lighting fixtures. Outside, the enclosed courtyard has a private plunge pool with four massage jets on one side.
Ground Floor: This canava consists of a single open-plan room, serving as the sitting area with an armchair and bedroom with a 160 cm queen-size bed. It also has a small kitchenette with two burners, a small fridge, and a toaster. The spacious bathroom has a padded built-in seat, a sink, toilet, and a large open shower.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash. Chef Available: Upon request Grocery Shopping and Delivery: Upon request Private Tour Guide: Upon request Please Note:The villa rental includes one manual, 4-seat car. If you would like an automatic please request it at the time of booking, there is an extra fee for the automatic. A guide will meet you at the port or airport with your car and show you the way to your villa The villa will have some basic supplies including: Greek yogurt, water, bread, OJ, coffee and tea
This villa is tucked away in the heart of Megalochori, a quiet, traditional village on an eastward-facing slope, just a 200 meter stroll uphill from the main square. This village is the center of the island's wine production industry, so it's a great area to be if you like to go tasting. The main square is host to a couple of tavernas for eating out in local style. It is about 10 km away from Fira, the cliff-side town looking into the heart of the Caldera. One of Greece's most popular islands, Santorini has a fascinating geological history, as it is of volcanic origin. Throughout recorded history, parts of the island have dropped into the sea, while new islands have suddenly appeared off the coast! The island forms a crescent around the "Caldera," or cauldron-- the collapsed center of the volcano. It is an enviable view! Fira is the capital of the island, host to the Archaeological Museum. Its main streets are filled with shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs. That's right... Santorini is also famous for its thriving nightlife! Your choices for activities are almost endless... you can relax on red and black sand beaches, take a boat around the islands, hike around the cliffs, go shopping, or even take a ferry to other islands in the area.