|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
All the villas overlook the Naoussa Bay. This new 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom villa is on the hillside just outside the village of Naoussa. This villa is beautifully appointed with simplicity of Cycladic Island style, spacious and filled with light. The main level has a large open plan kitchen, living and dining are, guest bathroom , main bedroom and bathroom. On the lower level there are 3 bedrooms, and two bathrooms, one en suite. The lower level is accessed by both internal and external staircase.
There are 2 patios, one facing over the Naoussa Bay, which is furnished with a large table and chairs as well as lounge seating & the other smaller patio faces the hills and into the villa's garden, which is furnished with a couch and small table set.
Beautiful villas facing the bay, just outside of the charming fishing village of Naoussa. There are six villas on the property, one of which are still being completed. The villas are beautifully appointed with simplicity of Cycladic Island style. Enjoy the spectacular sunset over the hills across the bay from one of two patios. Take a slow 15 minute walk down a country road to the wonderful village of Naoussa. You will find tavernas, shopping, nightlife, internet cafe, bank, car rental, beach ferries and other amenities. The Villas have luxury bed linens, bath and beach towels. Rest and relax! Maid service available at renters charge.
I wanted to thank you for the opportunity of renting your beautiful house .It was even better than my expectations ,everything was perfectly set up the energy ,the great test (you should think of an interior design career ) your sister agreed as well ;-)
I had that dream for years of having my best friends for a week all together in a paradise location and your house was the perfect one .
Everybody was so amazed and i have to say it was hard to close the door last Saturday .
Thank you again and i wanted to share with you a little bit of our great time there.
Geia sas !
Naoussa is a beautiful fishing village on the Cycladic Island of Paros. It has all the charm of Cycladic Island yet not too built up nor commercial. If you are fortunate enough to visit, the village has a wealth of tourist attractions, ancient fort, churches and beautiful beaches, some only reachable by boat. The village has home decor, arts, jewelry, boutiques, fabulous traditional tavernas and incredible Greek fusion restaurants. Little bars and coffee shops peak out in quiet corners, nightclubs rage into the early hour of morning. In this village, there is something for everyone.