Agios Sostis, Mykonos, Greece
This traditional Mykonos Villa is situated near the marvelous golden sands of Agios Sostis beach, famous for its unspoiled nature and turquoise waters.
The villa enjoys a privileged position with extensive sea view over the Aegean Sea and the northern coast of the island, which unveils the true beauty of Mykonos original landscapes. It is eight minutes away from Mykonos town and near to island's cosmopolitan attractions.
The style of this villa is exquisite: the smooth-edged architecture donates to the exterior of the building a pure look, while the interior is sober and embellished with flair.
The bamboo pergola is a relaxing place to enjoy cold drinks and aperitifs prepared from the outside pool bar. The villa has its own private pool with infinite view to the sea.
The interior of the house is fully furnished and is composed of three levels. The middle level has a very comfortable sitting room and a large kitchen with open informal dining room, very functional and nicely designed.
The swimming pool is located in front of the villa and has its own pool bar and sunbeds for the guests.
Finally, at the backside area there is a huge parking space that can hold more than ten cars.
• Airport welcome on arrival and transfer to the villa.
• Keys given to the guests and explanation of villa details.
• Full welcome pack.
• Meeting with the housekeeping staff and arrangement of cleaning times.
• Concierge services and Chef upon request.
The Villa can accommodate up to eleven guests in three separate levels.
The master bedroom with its bathroom is located at the middle level.
On the top level there are three bedrooms (two bedrooms with double bed and one bedroom with two single beds), that have spectacular view at the sea.
The lower level of the villa has its own separate entrance and includes a bedroom with a stone-build double bed, a sitting room with stone-build single bed, small kitchen and bathroom.
Things You Should Know
The villa is located at the area of Agios Sostis and enjoys a privileged position with extensive views over the Aegean Sea and the Northern coast of the island which unveils the true beauty of Mykonos original landscapes.
On Panormos Beach, travelers can also spend their leisure time participating in a variety of activities. If you feel like getting some exercise into your holiday schedule, you can either take part in a game of beach volley, try kayaking or workout on a trampoline.
However, if you are on Mykonos to enjoy the sun and the sea, you can just relax in the hammocks located on the beach.
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.
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 kilometers and rises to an elevation of 341 meters 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 one of the major industries.