This uniquely secluded and spacious property is the definition of an oasis.. It is situated on an outstanding property of 9.000 square meters and the expansive outdoor living space is surrounded by an enchanted garden which offers absolute privacy. The semi-private beach, with its powdery sand, and the sparkling turquoise water make a magical getaway from reality.
Rise and shine in the mornings with the extremely rejuvenating energy of this mansion. While staying here, you’ll feel as if you’re in your own private resort. Take a dip in your swimming pool, enjoy the local delicacies by choosing one of the many different sitting & dining areas, entertain your friends or simply relax in the magically scented garden..
The summer breeze is nested into this resplendent property and your spirit will be renewed and awaken from the Mediterranean Blossom!
Skiáthos, the most cosmopolitan island in the Northern Sporades, is truly a paradise on earth, with lush pine forests and crystal-clear azure waters. The island features more than 60 beautifully clean beaches plus a lushly green backdrop inland.
This island is the quintessential of Sporades – there’s not much to do away from the beaches other than water sports or hiking.
The capital town of Skiáthos, the biggest settlement on the island, is a modern resort with exceptional facilities. The town’s most important landmark is its natural harbor, which has determined the destiny of the town for centuries. Today it is a popular yacht and sailing boat haven that adds a cosmopolitan flair to the island. A stroll around the town’s paved streets reveals cute white houses with red tiled roofs and colourful gardens. If you like, you can also rent a boat, play tennis at one of the local hotels’ tennis courts or try out some exhilarating sea activities! Meyáli Ámmos, on the road to Koukounaries and Ahladiés, is a popular beach with crystal clear waters and picture-perfect tavernas by the sea.
Skiathos is one of the most romantic islands thanks to its densely planted pine trees and stunning views of the archipelago.