This beautiful, exquisite, and creative property is offered by Cosmic Villas.
It boasts a distinctive, private position with a view of Mykonos' stunning blue waves and its evocative Old Town. The home was constructed with contemporary amenities and classic Cycladic architecture and features themes of the sea all throughout. It is ethereal, tranquil, and magnificent. It is incredibly gorgeous and brilliantly combines comfort and style.
While some of Mykonos' best and most well-known restaurants and nightlife are nearby, the villa is incredibly quiet and has stunning views. Just 2 kilometres separate the villa from the lovely Ornos Beach.
Visitors to upscale Ornos will find a variety of beachfront restaurants there as well as a beautiful sandy beach with sun loungers, umbrellas, and wooden water taxis that transport visitors to the chain of beaches on the south coast. Hora, the alternative name for Mykonos Town, is a tangle of winding alleyways packed with historic, scenic churches, designer-label boutiques, and eccentric art galleries. It has a fantastic nightlife and a dining scene that rival any Greek island.
The home is really roomy, with three of the bedrooms located in the main villa and the remaining two gorgeous bedrooms located in separate guest homes off the pool area. You will be enchanted by the property's creative flair as soon as you enter. There are some fantastic modern pieces of art as well as soothing nautical themes. Divine driftwood used in light fixtures, curtains imitating fishing nets, shell etchings in marble worktops and mirrors, fashionable wired light fixtures, heavenly stone arches, romantic canopies, and gorgeous wood beamed ceilings can be found everywhere you turn.
The colour schemes mimic the hues of the ocean, which merge beautifully with the chalky white. It is extremely clear that each and every touch has been carefully considered. The property has a somewhat rustic vibe, but in a really beautiful, romantic way.
Two great, roomy bedrooms and a gorgeous bathroom with dressing gowns, slippers, and toiletries are located on the lower floor. They each have outside furniture for a warm cup of coffee in the morning and open immediately to a charming, colourful garden.
On the middle floor is the stunning open-concept living, dining, and kitchen room. The breathtaking views are framed by large windows. The gorgeous terrace and pool are accessible from the living room. Around the pool are luxurious bean bags, lounge chairs, and umbrellas.
The numerous windows in the warm stone border wall allow for breathtaking panoramic views. Off the pool area are the lovely guest suites and a wonderful outdoor eating space with a bar and BBQ. The second floor has a lovely terrace and the lovely master bedroom and bathroom. Impressive spaces, sophisticated decor, and magnificent beauty are all present.
The villa is a luxury residence of 5 double bedrooms with a private pool and two terraces.
Lower Ground Floor
Annexe (next to pool area)
Mykonos is the party animal of the Cycladic islands, Greece’s answer to Ibiza, with silvery sanded beaches packed with golden, bronzed bodies by day and groovy sounds pounding the clubs to the thrill of insatiable revellers until dawn. Partygoers need not look further than the famous beaches of Paradise or Super Paradise. Mykonos does not sleep during July and August. It attracts international DJ talent as well as rich and famous visitors.
The south of the island boasts many fabulous sandy beaches which are highly organised with sun loungers, parasols, watersports and beach bars. On the north coast, Panormos and Agios Sostis beaches are tranquil and have naturist-friendly sections. The pretty pebbled Fokos and Myrsine coves are also popular. It can be windy in the north so you may want to choose your beach carefully in the afternoons. Kalafatis Beach and Platys Gialos boast reputable diving centres such as GoDive Mykonos and Mykonos Diving Centre as well as watersports including flyboarding, wakeboarding and wakeskating.
Mykonos boasts incredible sunsets, particularly from the chic bars of Little Venice in Hora or the picturesque Kato Mili, the quartet of windmills on the hills overlooking Little Venice. Also Instagram worthy is the fabulous Panagia Paraportiani church, known as ‘Our Lady of the Side Gate’ as it was next to the entrance to the old castle. It is actually 5 churches in one combining four different architectural styles, Byzantine, vernacular, traditional and western.
In the Old Town, Cine Manto is an outdoor cinema tucked away in a tree and cactus lined garden square with a restaurant. Films are shown all through the summer at 9 pm or 11 pm.
Daily boat trips can be taken from the pier in Hora to the sacred island of Delos, the mythical birthplace of Apollo and Aphrodite. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most important and well-preserved archaeological sites in Greece. It is very quick to Delos, so it is an ideal day trip.