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Mykonos, Greece

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TypeLuxury Family Villa
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Occupancy1 - 10
+30 6944356695
Mr. Dimitri Pappas
AddressParadise Villas
Faros Armenistis

Ref: 001948/093


Aeolos is a vast private property, on the top of the hill in Houlakia, over the homonym beach. Thanks to its dominant position, the villa offers clean view to the town of Mykonos as well as to other nearby islands like Delos, Syros and Tinos. Facing West villa gives you the opportunity to have your drink watching the beautiful sunset at the Aegean Sea.

At nightfall, figures change dramatically as tiny lights glitter in the dark, giving life to the island.

In the villa’s large open area, you can sunbathe enjoying the sea breeze during the day or relax under the shadow of the beautiful kamares. There, when night falls, you can welcome your guests, serve a cocktail, or have dinner in the large dining table by the pool.

The villa is built on three levels: the lower level, in which lies a large living room along with four bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and access to the garden. The middle level that has a modern and well equipped kitchen together with the dining room, and a comfortable lounge that gives access to the terrace where the BBQ lies.

The stunning white staircase leads to the master bedroom on the upper floor, which has an amazing view of the garden, the sea and the pool. It also has a luxurious open-space bathroom with a Jacuzzi and a large double vanity.

The internal of Aeolos is a combination of joyful colours, high aesthetics, renovations, large common spaces, simultaneously yielding a traditional sensation. Ideal for those who want to have a memorable time with all the amenities but also for those who seek a carefree vacation putting their privacy first.

Sleeping Arrangements

Villa Aeolos offers five stunning bedrooms that can accommodate up to 10 guests.

Things You Should Know

Mykonos is a glamorous destination, annually attracting many world known businessmen, local and international celebrities, and socialites, as well as simpler people who just enjoy the good life.

Every day, during the summer and fall there are numerous social and business events taking place on the island.

Gift shop Salamandra at P. Drakopoulos Street, the road that leads to Catrine. Beautiful things, most are creations of the artist-owner, and various other artworks with several at value prices and suitable for small presents and fortunately not "made in China".

Accessories La Mariposa at San Efthymiou, in the Chora. It offers women accessories, sandals, handbags at great prices.

Jackie O And who does not know the most popular night club on the island. Suitable for the beautiful sunset, when the wind and the waves are allowing it.

Jackie O On the beach At Superparadise beach. One of the most famous beach bars on the island

Lola. Nestled in the narrow streets of Mykonos, for those who want mainstream music, hits and dance. The vast CD library of the owner guarantees that you will not hear the same song no matter how many times you will visit it.

Restaurant Ma'eireio. Popular both in winter and in summer, like an old tavern with friendly atmosphere.

Malama cafe. For a quick coffee or a quiet hangout, or a drink and relax in the evening

Desserts EPOKA. Amazing desserts, right artwork.

Desserts Casa Dolce. Traditional greek desserts.

Raya: I think is the best coffee shop in Yialos.

Other Information

Mykonos is a Greek island, part of the Cyclades, lying between Tinos, Syros, Paros and Naxos.

The island spans an area of 85.5 square kilometres and rises to an elevation of 341 metres at its highest point. There are 10,134 inhabitants most of whom live in the largest town, Mykonos, which lies on the west coast. The town is also known as Chora (i.e. the Town in Greek, following the common practice in Greece when the name of the island itself is the same as the name of the principal town).

Mykonos' nickname is The Island of the winds.

Tourism is a major industry.