Perissa Villa Rental Photos and Description
Villa, 2 bedrooms + convertible bed(s), 2 baths (sleeps 4-6)
Our 80 square meters villa can host 2-4 (6) guests. It affords one master bedroom upstairs with queen size bed overlooking the sea and the second one with one double bed and one bathroom with a bath tub. Downstairs, one comfortable living room with fire place, 2 sofa beds and en-suite private balcony overlooking the Aegean Sea and the beautiful sunrise. The main entrance affords a fully equipped kitchen with modern facilities and a second bathroom. Villa Cote Sud whisper hospitality and homely comfort that are specially designed to fulfil your desire for absolute comfort.
The Villa is fully equipped with all amenities, air conditioning, satellite TV, fully equipped kitchen. Well insulated built above a restaurant which offers you a la carte & room service, typical dishes from Santorini and international cuisine all time during the day.
Free sunbeds & umbrellas on the beach. Free entrance in the 250 m far away Water Park (open Jun- Sep).
Weather Conditions: The climate in Santorini is typical of the Mediterranean climate: generally extended periods of sunshine throughout most of the year, relatively warm and dry summers and mild and some rain in winters.
The year can be broadly subdivided into two main seasons: the warm and dry season lasting from April until October and the sometimes cold and rainy season lasting from December until the middle of March. Long periods of consecutive rainy days are not common in Santorini, even during the winter, and the sky does not remain cloudy for more than a few days in a row, as it does in other regions of the world.
During the warm and dry season the weather is usually stable, the sky is clear, the sun is bright and there is generally no rainfall. A sweater / jacket is advised, especially in April and October, as evenings often bring cooler temperatures.
More wheather information: The Aegean island of Santorini is close to Crete and as such, enjoys a very similar climate,
which is typically Mediterranean. With hot, sunny and dry summers, following by short and
mild winters, holidaymakers flock to Santorini all through the year, although visitors numbers
are at their greatest during the summer season, between June and September.
The warm and extremely favourable climate experienced on Santorini means that it is possible
to swim in the sea as early as the end of April, when the tourist season really begins.
Indeed, many locals swim and enjoy water sports even earlier than this.
Average Temperatures: Average temperatures following for months in Celsius / Fahrenheit:
January: 12 / 53
February: 13 / 55
March: 12 / 53
April: 17 / 62
May: 19 / 66
June: 25 / 77
July: 27 / 80
August: 27 / 80
September: 24 / 75
October: 21 / 69
November: 17 / 62
December: 13 / 55
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome