The exclusive villa of 320m≤ spreads over three levels with its very own private sandy beach, designed, built and fully-furnished to cater for those who want it all and wish to enjoy resort living at its finest. Of high quality and convenient enough living spaces, this property must surely have one of the best locations.
Set on a 250m≤with beautiful surroundings enclosing a private swimming pool, the villa commands stunning views towards the sea facing it along for 12 metres. This is the right spot to relax on the poolside reading a book, take a swim at the beach, or simply enjoy a cup of coffee while sitting on the pier are some of the little luxuries you can have without leaving your home.
On the ground floor lies a kitchen with modern furniture,a dining room and a sitting room with wooden flooring and sea view verenda access. A wc and a storage room are also on this floor while marble staircase leads to the the first floor.
On the first floor one can find a huge bathroom with shower, three (3) bedrooms with their own balconies enjoying views over the sea and towards the island of 'kolokytha' which is opposite the villa.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom facilities and hydro massage while all the bedrooms have floors made of wood.
A second marble staircase leads to the basement consisting of an open plan kitchen /sitting area and a bedroom with its own marble bathroom with hydro massage. On this part of the villa one can also find a hamam room and a cloakroom giving direct access to the childrens' swimming pool and the main pool of 35m≤ .
This gorgeous villa features air condition installed in all rooms, solar pannel, fenced garden with flowers, private wooden pier, remote control operated gate and ample parking space.
This stunning property also comes with an EOT license while it can be rented out from 750 to 1000 Euros per day.
This is definitely a wonderful blend of elegance and relaxed, casual living that will meet all your needs!
Elounda is a slow paced, picturesque, fishing village, blending ancient memories with contemporary living and mouth watering Cretan gastronomy with crystal clear secluded beaches and warm hearted local people. Its small harbour with its traditionally painted boats is surrounded by shops, taverns and cafes where you can sit and gaze a slow paced world, going by.
You will experience that carnal time does not apply here!
Closest sandy beach to your villa is in Elounda, only 2km away, a pleasant five minutes drive with your car. It has the "Blue Flag" award from the European Union for its clear waters and very safe for children to swim in. Elounda has been a refuelling station during the Second World War for the allied forces.
Elounda is located in east Crete, north of Agios Nikolaos and south of the seaside resort of Plaka. Elounda was once a picturesque fishing village in the lovely Mirabello Bay.
The inhabitants lived from farming, fishing, salt extraction from the Venetian saltpans, and emery mining.
In the hills around Elounda is found a mineral unique to Greece, “akonopetra” or whetstone, a type of fine emery used to make whetstones and emery paper to hone tools used in many different jobs. The emery of Elounda had long been known in Europe by the name of “Turkey stones” or “Naxos stone”.
Once discovered by tourism, Elounda developed into a resort famous for its beautiful scenery and luxury hotels which are still being built in the area. It is said to be the place with the most five-star hotels in Greece.
The main beach of Elounda is right next to the harbour and car park, in the centre of Elounda. The beach is organised, with umbrellas, sun loungers and a lifeguard, while all around you will find cafeterias, restaurants and hotels.
The east beach of Elounda; this beach is at the east end of Elounda, near the isthmus leading to the Kolokytha Peninsula. ItĘs an organised beach but smaller than the main one.
Kolokytha Beach - You can get to the olokytha Peninsula by crossing the narrow isthmus with the windmills and walking along the dirt track to the small church of Agios Loukas. The road is passable for most cars, as long as they have good clearance and are not overloaded. A small path after the church leads to the small beach of Kolokytha. ItĘs only a short walk away so itĘs not tiring to get to. The beach isnĘt organised and the only shade here is under two or three tamarisk trees. ItĘs fairly empty if you come before noon or after 3 in the afternoon. In between, the tour boats come from Spinalonga and the peace and quiet is broken by loud music. To the left (northwest) of the beach, where the boats moor, there are only flat rocks where you may meet a few nudists.