Cosmic Villas is proud to offer this lovely residence, which is situated in a picturesque setting that ideally embraces the island's magnificent sunshine.
The house's hillside location makes it perfect for those who value nature greatly. Additionally, it means you'll get to take in stunning views of the town below.
The interior of the house is bright and roomy, emphasising dazzling natural light from huge windows that overlook the yard. The wonderful living area, which has cosy chairs and a fireplace, is enhanced by a high ceiling. There is a lovely dining space with seating for eight right next to the lounge.
The bunk beds in one of the bedrooms are great for kids to share. The garden is also accessible from this room. Guests can take in expansive views of Chania from each of the bedrooms. The trendy kitchen makes a terrific place to have breakfast because it has a bar and bar stools.
You may enjoy stunning views of the island's stunning natural splendour from the property. Alongside the stunning private pool outside are a swinging chair, daybeds, and sun loungers. Here, you may take full advantage of Crete's magnificent sunshine. On the covered veranda, visitors will find a pleasant seating area where they may enjoy outdoor meals and unwind with friends.
The villa is an outstanding holiday home, located in the hill on top of Souda, which gives breath-taking views of Chania. It has 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and it can accommodate up to 8 people
The property is located nearby the village of Tsikalaria which sits at the foot of the mountain ‘Malaxa.’ This is an extremely traditional village that still uses the blossom of sour orange trees to produce rose water. The quaint village is charming to simply wander around and boasts plenty of sights to see. Many festivals and celebrations take place in the village, including The St. Antoine festival, The St. John festival and the rosewater festival that takes place during the springtime.
The Byzantine church of Panagia in the village is a beautiful piece of architecture worth seeing. In the centre of the village lies a Turkish mosque as well as the village’s central spring water fountain. The mosque was previously a church dedicated to St. Nicolas and is also home to a Turkish coffee shop. The church of St. Antoine is another great attraction which features a newly renovated bell tower.
Kalamaki is a quiet nearby beach famous for being a mecca for turtles. It’s common to see baby turtles hatch and then crawl into the sea on this beach. As well as watching the turtles go by, visitors to Kalamaki can rent a sun lounger and parasol for the day and enjoy the dazzling sunshine. There is also a local taverna situated nearby where authentic Greek dishes can be enjoyed.