|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Set on the beautiful hillside above Stafilos bay, this 170 sq.m. country villa is built on two levels and can host up to six (6) persons! Stafilos beach is a 5 minutes walk down the street and Velanio beach is a short walk further, over the headland!
The view is truly spectacular with sailing boats passing near the dense greenery of Skopelos and the sky and the sea’s most beautiful natural harmony while you will be enjoying the comfortable house!
Villa Oikia constructed with care, using as main materials, stone and wood, and we gave a great effort to have traditional architecture in order to be in harmony with the environment.
The upper level includes 3 bedrooms with double beds and the main bathroom while the lower level is an open space that includes the living room, the kitchen and a smaller bathroom. The villa has large exterior spaces, such as country yard and verandas with a stunning view towards the sea.
There is a bus stop nearby and ample parking space.
Satellite 42’ LCD TV
Free Wi-Fi internet access
Filter coffee maker
Radio - CD player
House cleaning (every 3 days)
In-house private chef services - (optional + 100€ per time)
Car rental services (optional)
Extra house cleaning (optional + 35€ per time)
Baby siting services (optional +60€ per time)
Distance from ... :
The town of Skopelos is 4 kilometers (a few minutes by car or local buses and taxis).
Stafilos beach is a 5 minutes walk down the street and Velanio beach is a short walk further.
Only minutes away by car (2km) from the super market, bakery, restaurants, gas station, while a mini market is at 10 minutes walking distance from the villa.
Because it is a modern villa harmonized with the natural surrounding, located at a beautiful spot near the beach and offering the perfect scenery for relax.
Beachfront, sunny, big open spaces, two-levels built, front and back garden, close to grocery and city centre.
It's a great and spacious apartment that is very well maintained and beautifully furnished. The parents of Konstantinos are very nice people that are always available if there's anything you need since they live on the ground floor of the building (the apartment is above). They brought us delicious snacks every few days. Yum! :o)
At first we couldn't find it but as soon as you know that it's right next to "Panorama Apartments" you can't miss it.
It's only a 5 minute drive from the port and there's a short walk down from the apartment to the beach. On the way down there's also a nice Tavern.
Thank you again for everything!
Very beautiful house , confortable , very good isolation against heat in summer , situation very near to the most beautiful beach of the island , very calm area , the owner Katherina was very attentful, friendly and hospitable .
We recommend for 100 % ! !
Family Malfait from Belgium.
I was in this beautiful home this summer with my friends. The house is really beautiful, very spacious and equipped with every comfort. The villa is just a few steps from one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Parents of Konstantinos, mother Katherina and her husband are wonderful people, very friendly and nice.
An unforgettable holiday. I hope I'll be back in the beautiful island of Skopelos and in this wonderful villa ...
Also I would highly recommend this villa for 110% !!!
Christian and friends from ITALY
According to the legend, Skopelos was founded by Staphylos or Staphylus (Greek for grape), one of the sons of the god Dionysos and the princess Ariadne of Crete. Historically, in the Late Bronze Age the island, then known as Peparethos or Peparethus (Ancient Greek: Πεπάρηθος), was colonised by Cretans, who introduced viticulture to the island.
Perhaps because of the legend of its founding by the son of the god of wine, the island was known throughout the ancient Greek cities of the Mediterranean Sea for its wine. The play Philoctetes (first performed at the Festival of Dionysus in 409 BC) by Sophocles includes a wine merchant lost on his way to 'Peparethos, rich in grapes and wine'.
Pliny the Elder, in his book 'Natural History'  writes: 'The physician Apollodorus, in the work in which he wrote recommending King Ptolemy what wines in particular to drink -- for in his time the wines of Italy were not generally known -- has spoken in high terms of that of Naspercene in Pontus, next to which he places the Oretic, and then the Aeneatian, the Leucadian, the Ambraciotic, and the Peparethian, to which last he gives the preference over all the rest, though he states that it enjoyed an inferior reputation, from the fact of its not being considered fit for drinking until it had been kept six years.'
In 1936 excavations in the area of Staphylos / Velanio uncovered a royal tomb of the era of Mycenaean Greece. The island was briefly under the control of the city-state Chalcis, Euboea since at least the 8th century BC.
For early booking 5% discount
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