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6 February 2024

Top 5 Luxury Villas In Greece

As a country, Greece is many things to many people. Visitors might flock here for its abundant culture, millennia-spanning history, and fascinating sights. Others simply choose to make the trip to escape from it all; hauling up on some idyllic island for a week or two, with nothing other than the sound of a nearby taverna, and the omnipresent Mediterranean waves to break the silence.
Understandably, then, the country remains a perennial favourite amongst Europeans from colder climes, who descend en mass during the summertime. But, whilst many destinations can become overwhelmingly crowded as a result, checking in to your own luxury villa means escaping the droves of tourists, and finding peace and tranquility in an opulent home from home. Sound tempting? Take a look at our picks from the accommodation on offer, and see if you’re not reaching for the booking form in minutes.
Villa Cobalt, Mykonos
From £10,031 per week
A three bedroomed marvel (1 master, 1 double and 1 twin), Villa Cobalt sits overlooking a tranquil cove on the Cyclades island of Mykonos- a popular choice for discerning travellers. Think private infinity pools that blend harmoniously with the horizon, luxurious Balinese furniture outdoor and in, along with a huge terrace space ideal for entertaining, eating, or simply sitting and contemplating paradise.
Villa Nephos, Mykonos
From £16,006 per week
An imposing structure in keeping with classic Cycladic style, whilst the interior of Villa Nephos is unarguably impressive, the emphasis here is on enjoying the outdoors. Whether taking a dip in the well positioned pool, which looks out to the Aegean, or sitting down to dine in the covered outside BBQ and seating area, this elegant white washed property has everything you need to escape from the world.
Villa Naoussa, Paros
From £12,427 per week
Combining traditional architecture with contemporary design, the Villa Naoussa certainly boasts the wow factor. Surrounded by almost eight acres of land in the north of Paros, you’re five minutes from Kolibithres beach, with views out to neighbouring islands Paxos and Mykonos. A huge living area complete with fireplace, separate dining space, individual verandas for each bedroom and an independent guesthouse are just some of the selling points- in addition to the obligatory pool, outdoor terraces and dining area.
Alepou Mansion, Corfu
From £4,049 per week
Whilst many villas can be compared, you’d be hard pushed to find much like Alepou Mansion. A 19th Century country pile that has been restored by a local doctor, the interior details are stunning, with murals adorning the hallway, a charming study, games area with full-sized billiards table and grand piano, stunning outdoor pool and elegant courtyard. A real family destination, what’s more you’re within easy striking distance of historic Corfu Town, and its staggering historic landmarks.
Villa Kleopatra, Santorini
From £2,614 per week
For many people, Santorini is the ultimate Greek getaway. The volcanic island may not be able to match big hitters like Crete in terms of history, but it makes up for that in pure unadulterated relaxation. Due to the landscape, many properties here are built directly into the rock, but few are as stunning as Kleopatra. Picture yourself relaxing on a hammock by the pool as the sun goes down, before retiring inside to find a house packed with character and antique furniture, but nevertheless boasting modern amenities.
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