In a calm spot not far from the beach, this villa occupies an outstanding position with stunning sea views from every room.
The Villa provides spacious 3-bedroom accommodation - in a modern uncluttered style, with numerous outdoor areas; its swimming pool - with an eye-catching mosaic finish - gives the ultimate touch. The layout of the villa reflects the architect’s many years of experience with exclusive local-hospitality design. Built to take maximum advantage of its unique location, its open architecture brings the outdoor and indoor living areas and the unique views seamlessly together. With several wide shady balconies/verandas leading down to the large infinity swimming pool, this villa offers guests the ultimate Mediterranean lifestyle. Beautiful landscaping, defining the different architectural levels, completes the picture. The villa is set on a series of terraces with pergolas, water and plants. The emphasis is on nature.All bedrooms are fully air-conditioned and the villa has been furnished to a high standard by the owners creating a light, bright and airy atmosphere. All building material and appliances have been selected for their aesthetic appeal and practicality. The result is prime natural luxury. With cream-coloured slate roofing tiles, stone-built verandas, beautiful wood flooring and timber ceiling beams, the villa is of first-class quality.
The capital of Paxos is Gaios (in the southern part of the island), a picturesque village with a natural port protected by two smaller islands: Agios Nikolas (every inch covered by pine trees) and Panagia (crowned by a picturesque old church). On the northern part of the island there is the village/port of Lakka and on the east side the very charming village/port of Loggos. The “pace” on the island is still unhurried; very relaxing with genuine friendly Greek hospitality at its best. Paxos has a permanent population of approximately 2,300 inhabitants.
02 min walking from beach
10 min walking from Gaios
15 min walking from Paxos port