These 2 luxury designer luxury villas are positioned next to the sea, located near the popular and wonderful city of Chania on the island of Crete.
The villas in Chania, Akrotiri are located just minutes away from many sandy beaches and coves in the area including Tersanas and Stavros. Set on a hill, the villas overlook the crystal blue waters of the bay of Chania and boast stunning and unforgettable sunsets. The 3-floor villa, surrounded by olive trees and a beautiful garden, offers you a great deal of privacy, allowing you to relax and unwind undisturbed.
The villas has 4 bedrooms each, a private swimming pool each, and a fully landscaped garden offering plenty of privacy and relaxation areas. You will find comfortable sunbeds, sun shades, tables, and chairs in the pool area, all completing a perfect frame for dining with family and friends.
The villas were built in 2009, and since then provide a significant, well-established holiday, having gained an excellent reputation for its luxury and amenities.
The total living space is 400sqms set on three levels and includes eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms, spacious and bright living and dining areas, and a fully equipped kitchen, with high-quality electrical appliances.
The villas are of a unique and modern design built and furnished to a very high quality.
Just minutes away from the beaches, cafes, and restaurants, the villas are also a convenient 15-minute drive from the airport and the beautiful city of Chania.
Tersanas boasts amazing sunset views across the bay of Chania and the Aegean sea with numerous quiet, ‘blue flag awarded’ golden sandy beaches nearby. The beautiful beaches of Tersanas, Kalathas and Stavros are a few minutes away from the villa and all have lovely fish restaurants and beach bars. Stavros is a beautiful cove with a small harbour where the Oscar winning ‘Zorba the Greek’ movie was filmed. The area is perfect for relaxing and has many monasteries and caves waiting to be explored in the mountain range which runs along the length of the peninsular. There are plenty of local supermarkets, restaurants and bars offering local and international cuisine as well as places for horse riding, sailing and scuba diving nearby.
Chania being the second largest city of Crete is a charming port town full of flavours, aromas and a most distinct character. The Old part of the Town is a colorful blend of architectural influences predominantly Venetian, and boasts a lively café culture. In Chania you can satisfy all of your taste preferences with delicious local fresh recipes, heavenly wines or spirits and scrumptious delicacies from all over the world.
It is very picturesque, with many narrow alleys and old charming buildings, some of which have been restored as hotels, restaurants, shops and bars.
The stunning prefecture of Chania is offering you so much more than just the chance to relax under the Greek sun. With a very rich and extraordinary history and cultural heritage, you will find in Chania a great variety of monuments of exceptional cultural interest worth visiting during your stay. Monuments from the Byzantine period, the Venetian period, the Ottoman period as well as the modern History are worth seeing. Museums like the Nautical Museum of Crete, the Archaeological Museum of Chania, the house of El. Venizelos, the War Museum of Chania will help you explore the rich history of this blessed island.
Popular for its vibrant nightlife and cosmopolitan lifestyle, Chania is considered a top holiday destination for tourists from all over the world.
Chania Town is the heart of the island, with all the major events taking place there and some of the most popular beaches and the most amazing restaurants, taverns, bars and cafes give this amazing city a different vibe. Chania will undoubtedly cast a spell on you whichever type of holidays you prefer. Feel the local hospitality at every step of your way in a place that will offer you the most amazing beaches with exotic waters like Elafonissi and Balos to the most amazing beaches in south Crete and beaches in the prefecture of Chania like Platanias, Agia Marina, Maleme, Elafonissi, Falasarna, Kasteli and so many more.
One of the most picturesque corners in Crete, and obviously in Chania town itself is the Venetian Harbour. Walking around the harbour and its promenade is a must with many spots for some great photo snaps on each side.