Perivolas Hideaway is one of the most unique villas in Greece. Set on the island of Therasia, only minutes away from Santorini, it gives you a glimpse of what life was like in this part of the world, way before its neighbouring island became one of the most popular international destinations.
Offering premium services and luxury comfort throughout, this property invites guests to totally relax and rejuvenate- with its soothing soft sounds and sights of the Aegean Sea, which wraps around the house and its private secluded beach and dock.
Accessible only by boat or helicopter, the rustic villa is built into the foot of a sun-kissed cliff, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the caldera and iconic Santorini.
Constructed on the site of a pumice mine that dates back to 1850, it has been beautifully renovated- blending its traditional exterior with modern and sophisticated indoor spaces that are light and airy. Featuring four bedrooms, six bathrooms, an open plan living area, a dock, heliport, swimming pool, and separate staff quarters- you have your own private concierge team who are there to make your stay as memorable as possible.
The beautiful terrace overlooking the caldera is the perfect place for dinner and drinks and this private haven has its own beach and comes equipped with its private boats and water sports facility, where you can enjoy some adventure on the sea kayaks, water skis, wakeboards as well as windsurfing, snorkel and diving equipment. And for those who want to be pampered, there is a well-equipped wellness centre with an indoor jacuzzi, massage, and beauty treatment area.
Three times a day, the private chef prepares incredible dishes for the villa’s residents- using the freshest local produce sourced from the market that morning, recipes feature Greek classics with a modern twist. And of course you can take the boat across to Ammoudi Bay, where you can enjoy the freshest seafood in Santorini before returning to your private haven.
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