A completely renovated 19th century villa overlooking the Aegean Sea
Located on the famous caldera in Santorini, overlooking the sea and guaranteeing the most beautiful sunsets, Villa Nina is a fully-renovated, four-bedroom property.
This beautiful villa has stunning outdoor areas where guests can dine, enjoy the views from the lounge areas, and unwind. There is also large wooden table that can seat up to eight guests.
Ensuring the highest standards while still preserving its neoclassic features and original character, this property is one of a kind. The interior is characterised by wide spaces, high vaulted ceilings and wooden floors, which are then enhanced by small touches that have been carefully chosen. The furniture is antique and adds a special atmosphere to the villa, mixing modernity with an older style to create a truly unique property.
There are four en-suite bedrooms and another bedroom that is suitable for staff. Some of the bedrooms have private verandas.
Villa Nina also features an outdoor shaded Jacuzzi overlooking the sea.
- Outdoor Living & Dining
- Sea Views
Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, private veranda
Twin/double bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Double bedroom sharing a bathroom, private terrace
Twin/double bedroom sharing a bathroom
Twin/double bedroom with bathroom (suitable for staff)
|1 Jan 2022 - 30 Apr 2022||EUR 10,640 per week|
|1 May 2022 - 14 Jun 2022||EUR 13,300 per week|
|15 Jun 2022 - 15 Sep 2022||EUR 22,650 per week|
|16 Sep 2022 - 31 Oct 2022||EUR 13,300 per week|
|1 Nov 2022 - 31 Dec 2022||EUR 10,640 per week|
Price per week.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Study area
- Air conditioning
- Sea views
- Outdoor lounge areas
- Outdoor dining
- Travel assistance
- Concierge service
- Daily breakfast
- Twice-daily housekeeping (morning & afternoon)
- Daily linen & towel change
- Activities & excursions
- Grocery shopping
The island of Santorini is located in the Cyclades islands of the Aegean Sea. Sublime Santorini deserves all the superlatives. Even the most jaded traveller succumbs to the surreal landscape, a relic of what is probably the biggest volcanic eruption in recorded history. The caldera and its vast curtain wall of multicoloured cliffs are particularly spectacular.
Santorini is famous for its magical sunsets. The village of Oia on the northern tip of the island is a hugely popular sunset viewing site because there is an uninterrupted view of the sun as it finally sinks below the horizon. From farther south down the caldera edge, the last of the setting sun can be obscured by the islands of Nea, Kameni, and Thirasia.
The beaches are unique: the most famous are Perissa, Kamari, and the Red Beach. Perissa and Kamari have large and endless black sandy beaches while the famous Red Beach of Greece is composed of black and red volcanic rocks.
In addition to Oia, Santorini has several other captivating clifftop villages that are worth exploring, especially Fira, Messaria and Imerovigli.
Nearest town (Oia) – 2 minutes’ walk
Nearest beach (Ammoudi) – 5 minutes' drive
Fira – 20 minutes' drive
Santorini Airport – 30 minutes' drive
Santorini Port – 35 minutes’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.