This is one of three brand-new, luxurious villas in the Falasarna Luxury Villas neighbourhood, which has a gorgeous view of the Falasarna beach on the northwest coast of Crete.
The property, which has five exquisite bedrooms and sleeps up to twelve people, is perfect for a big family or a bunch of friends.
The villas' great integration of traditional and modern design, together with their excellent use of stone and wood, are inspired by aspects of the sea.
The Villa's layout guarantees that its terraces, balconies, and full wall glass windows and doors provide the most stunning views of Falasarna Bay.
Falasarna Beach is situated at the western foot of the magnificent Cape Gramvousa, 59 kilometres west of the lovely city of Chania and 17 kilometres west of Kissamos.
The beach has previously been named as one of the top 10 beaches in Europe.
The breathtaking Balos and Elafonisi beaches, which are featured on numerous advertisements for Crete, are also nearby. It is situated on a hillside surrounded by lovely olive trees.
With a gorgeous, heated infinity pool and a great outdoor lounge and dining space, the terrace is stunning. Both the outdoor furniture and the canopy are stunning.
The vistas are breathtaking. It's a really peaceful place to unwind and enjoy some cocktails and dinner outside while watching the magnificent sunsets.
The living, dining, and kitchen areas are all open to one another, and it works beautifully.
The entire wall of glass doors once more affords visitors those breathtaking views continuously.
The atmosphere is lovely thanks to the neutral, tasteful décor in shades of stone and grey that is complemented by the sea's blue splashes.
The stone walls and wooden beam ceilings are very warm and inviting.
The transition from the living area to the other relaxing area is seamless.
The sea may be seen from a cosy sofa, which is a fantastic spot to read a vacation book. On the ground level, one of the bedrooms has a gorgeous, contemporary ensuite bathroom.
All four spotless bedrooms on the first floor feature lovely ensuite bathrooms and a furnished patio with stunning sea views. The Villa's design, high-quality furnishings and fixtures, colour palettes, vistas, terrace, and balconies are all exquisite.
Even though you would lose out on the amazing restaurants and beaches, you might not truly want to leave the villa.
This is one of two luxurious villas in the vicinities of Falassarna beach. With 5 bedrooms and 5 bedrooms, it accommodates up to 12 guests.
Falasarna Bay actually consists of five consecutive dazzling, silver-sanded beaches. It is huge as well as gorgeous and has such a dazzling, clear, turquoise blue sea. At the northern end of the beach, there are ruins of the ancient Greco-Roman city of Falasarna. There are several companies offering watersports, including Falassarna Activities. You could learn to wakeboard or jet ski.
Balos Lagoon beach is absolutely stunning and one of the most photographed beaches in Greece. The lagoon of Balos has silvery-white sand and exotic, white, vivid blue and turquoise waters. The sea is very shallow and warm. Beyond the rocks at the boundaries of the lagoon, the water is deeper and ideal for snorkelling. The lagoon and wider area with rare species of flora and fauna are protected under the Natura 2000 programme. Eleonora falcons, shags and cormorants nest in the caves and the area is a shelter for protected monk seal and loggerhead sea turtle. You will think you are in the Maldives or somewhere as it is so beautiful. Make sure you take drinks and a snack though as otherwise, you can only buy these from the ferries. Balos can be reached by car, though be prepared for a bumpy ride or you can take a boat trip to the beach. North of Balos, in Cape Korykon, there are remains of the small Roman town of Agnio with the temple of Apollo and the picturesque chapel of Agios Sostis.
Elafonisi is also a magical place that consists of a small islet with white and pink sandy beaches. Visitors can wade out to the island to enter another world. The island is an internationally classified nature reserve and home to more than 100 rare plants including summer flowering sea daffodils that look like white cups. The island is a nature lovers paradise. To the left of the sandbank, windsurfers enjoy the prevailing winds.
Chania Town is so charming and picturesque. It is great fun to wander through the market stalls and stop for a few drinks at the many bars. The Venetian harbour, old port, narrow shopping streets and waterfront restaurants make this a top-notch evening out. There are some fantastic, atmospheric restaurants, some roof-top and others in the narrow lanes. The sunsets are breathtaking with the Venetian lighthouse a focal point. You can walk along the harbour wall to the lighthouse.
Samaria Gorge is the longest gorge in Europe at 16km which would take roughly 6 hours to pass along the whole gorge. Otherwise, you can drive to Chora Sfakion and take a boat to Agia Roumeli and walk a few kilometres at the end of the gorge. The Imbros gorge close by is also very beautiful and takes approximately 2 hours. You can combine this walk with swimming in Fragokastelo beach.