Villa at Caldera of Oia Santorini for Sale, 12.800 sqm Land
Villa at Caldera of Oia Santorini of 2 levels,
6 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms, 2 WC, 3 Kitchens, 6 Parking, Building Year 2002, Store Room, Jacuzzi, Balconies, Pets Allowed, Garden
Carved in the rocks of magnificent Oia village, with breathtaking views to the Caldera, the volcano and the deep blue sea
consists of three top private residences that welcome their VIP visitors into a world of luxury:
Super Villa at Oia Sanntorini
The 1st residence (108 sq.m.) has on the ground floor a living room with kitchen 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, hallway, private swimming pool of 50 sq.m.
The 2nd residence (100 sq.m.) consists of an open
space, has a sauna, a hallway, a large double bed, living room, wardrobe, bathroom
3rd floor (97 sq.m.) is divided into 2 rooms and has hallway, 2 large double beds, large outdoor veranda, living room, wardrobe, bathroom, Wc, private pool, unique minimal interior decoration, soundproofing
Extra storage space and reception area 70 sq.m.
parking outside the houses, heliport and more
The ideal location of the villas, at the entrance and the highest point of Oia village in Santorini, offers to guests the exclusive benefits of space, privacy and a stunning 360° view. The three luxury residences enjoy panoramic views to the Caldera, the volcano, Oia village, the famous sunset, as well as the nearby islands of the Cyclades, such as Ios, Amorgos and Sikinos.
Each of the three independent villas offers a private swimming pool, external dining areas and private parking.
With two million visitors arriving each year — or nearly 10 percent of the total number of tourist arrivals for the whole country — as well as frequent first-place rankings in surveys of favorite holiday destinations, the Greek island of Santorini has emerged as one of the top tourism destinations worldwide.
There are currently 75 airlines offering flights to Santorini, with their number rising and flights arriving from dozens of countries, reaching as many as 57 a day during the summer months. Visitors also arrive on cruiseships that dock at Santorini from March until almost Christmas, letting off as many as 25,000 people a day.
The island is very close to achieving the target of all-year tourism. He noted that some 100 hotels remained open throughout the winter of 2015-2016 — representing one eighth of the island’s total accommodation capacity — in order to serve visitors in the winter months