The apartments situated on a gently sloping hill in the Stelida area, providing easy access to Laguna Beach (550 m.) – ideal for windsurfing – and AgiosProcopios Beach (1.2 km.), famed for its white sand and crystal clear waters.
• Kitchen utensils, oven, hob, Toaster, Coffee Maker
• Dining Outdoor
• Sea, City view
• TV, Phone, Fax, DVD Player, Satellite TV, Flat screen TV / LCD / Plasma
• Air conditioning
• Private Entrance
• Hairdryer, Free toiletries
• Safety Deposit Box
In its amphitheatrical, leafy location, the apartments consist of nine villas and three suites –which boast a panoramic view of the seascape. Set in the shade of elegant cedars, our villas enjoy excellent temperatures during the summer months. Wherever possible, natural materials have been used both for their construction and décor….white marble flooring strikes a cool contrast with rich oak fittings….wooden furnishings….elegance, simplicity, comfort. The wild, natural beauty of the landscape, unspoilt by the passage of time, undulating sand banks, the restless and glimmering sea. All these combine to inspire us.
Harmonizing with its surroundings, the apartments provide cool, relaxing, easy days under the Hellenic sun. All our villas have been designed to facilitate a peaceful, comfortable stay. Each lounge area is furnished with generous-sized sofas, ideal for lazy afternoons. The villas also boast an open plan kitchen-living area, as well as a second external dining area set under a pergola or shade-giving tree. All bedrooms offer natural fibre mattresses for the ultimate in restful slumber. Most bathrooms are tiled in marble.
Double bedroom: Hibiscus, Eros and Cedar Villas, Iris and Amaryllis Suites
Double bedroom and single bedroom: Olive and Levant Villas, Violet Suite
Double bedroom and twin-bedded room: Jasmine and Laurel Villas
Two double bedrooms: Myrtle and Helianthus Villas
Naxos has played a major role not only in the history of the Cyclades but also in that of Greece. The island, famed for its marble and emery exports, its lush and blooming gardens, its valleys and its olive groves, is also characterized by its citrus fruits and fragrant wine, traditional cheeses and salt.
In its splendid isolation, guarded fiercely by the sea, the island has lost little of its authenticity, remaining virtually self-sufficient to this day. According to prominent historians of the past, such as Pindarus and Herodotus, Naxos Island has long been famed for being the most fertile of the Cyclades. In ancient times its wine also laid claims to being the nectar of the Gods.