This contemporary, stone-walled villa with breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea, captures the essence of Kea island’s nature while inviting guests to experience a complete luxury getaway in the Cyclades.

This deluxe modern seafront holiday home is a perfect haven for larger groups seeking the ultimate relaxation and privacy. Featuring stunning indoor spaces with minimal decor, Selene Villa in Kea also boasts an oversized deck, two infinity pools, a sauna, a jacuzzi, a tennis court and a basketball court- enough to keep guests active and entertained all day long.

Selene is the perfect place to stay while exploring this under-the-radar Greek island, which happens to be the closest Cycladic isle to Athens (it’s only an hour away by ferry from the port of Lavrion in the Greek capital). Located on the southwest coast of Kea, Selene is just a short stroll from the gorgeous sandy beach of Kambi, where there’s also a taverna for those that wish to dine out.

Designed to blend in harmoniously with the shades, textures and peaceful vibe of its surroundings, the luxury property invites plenty of light to fill its interiors that are open, yet warm and welcoming. Stone, glass and wood add texture to the space, with selected pops of art adding a touch of character to the stunning space.

Featuring seven spacious bedrooms and seven bathrooms, it’s designed to easily accommodate up to 16 people; with the master suite located on one level, the guest rooms are found on the lower floor, where there is also a private terrace.

The outdoor deck is designed for entertaining and large all-day gatherings. With the infinity L-shaped pool taking centre stage- there’s also a spacious surrounding deck, dining and sitting area, a smaller pool at the lower level, professionally equipped bbq, outdoor kitchen, kids play area, ping pong tables, and plenty of space to sit back and enjoy the magical sunsets- while spending quality time with family and friends. 

Selene Villa in Kea 

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