The luxury villa is in commanding position with breathtaking panoramic views to the cosmopolitan city of Chania, overlooking Souda bay.
Serenity and peace are among the greatest assets of this place, a true retreat. With the added bonus of being close to all amenities,
just 6 km from the city center you will have the benefit of privacy yet not been secluded.
Upon your entrance, you are found in an open air sun bathed space, surrounded with shutter windows that will offer stunning views as far as the eye can see.
The touch of an attic-like wooden ceiling in light coloring will give a classy and cozy feeling along with a fireplace that will offer you mesmerizing moments.
The spacious kitchen on the right of the entrance, has state of the art equipment and its own balcony to add to the spectacular views.
All three bedrooms are tastefully designed to combine comfort and beauty. Lie on the soft king size bed of the master bedroom and surrender to
the views of the pool and the city of Chania along with the luxurity feeling of a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom. Indulge yourself in an aromatic
bath in the tub in the main bathroom. The other two bedrooms, can accomodate up to 4 people in total, one of which has two bunk beds and the
second bedroom has two single beds that can be joined in one double.
This splendid villa offers vast landscaped spaces and a patio with a barbeque to create delicious memories with family and friends.
You have the luxurity of a Games Room at the villa is an area of 50 sq.m. which features a standard table tennis as well as a standard sized billiard table.
In the room there are comfortable sofas, wooden chairs as well as a satellite TV and air conditioning.
Chania covers the western part of Crete.
It occupies an area of 2,376 square kilometers, a coastline of more
than 250 kilometers and a population of about 150,000 residents. Divided
into five provinces: Apokoronas, Kissamos, Cydonia, Selino and Sfakia.
The capital of the prefecture are Chania. Most of the county is
mountainous, with the main mountain massif of the White Mountains, so
named because the peaks are always snow-covered throughout the year. The
White Mountains are the highest mountain, the highest peak n 'reaches
2,453 meters. Among the large and smaller mountains created many small
fertile plains and valleys, well irrigated by the numerous small rivers
and streams that flow between them, many of which have water even in
summer, unlike what happens in the rest of the Greek islands .
The region of Chania is a wonderful natural environment. Not only the
calm rivers and creeks, pop up everywhere small lagoons, bays and coves
with rocks, pebbles and sand, and canyons, both north and south, the
most famous among them is the famous Gorge of Samaria, Europe's largest a
protected place and designated as National Park. The visit to the
villages of the hinterland is a fascinating experience, both for their
landscape, and for a particular colour. Most are untouched by tourism
and maintain their traditional features, including the architecture and
the old way of life. Here, in these villages, the visitor will
understand the specific characteristics of the Cretan people will enjoy
the experience of hospitality the tastes and aroma of the particular
The paths from one village to another in many cases their own
attractions for visitors, as the secondary roads traverse areas
particularly scenic beauty and infinite, making driving there a charming
experience. The Chania prefecture has coasts to the north, the south
and west. The coastline to the north forming 3 large bays: the Gulf of
Kissamos, Souda and Chania bay, which are better protected from the
wind. The Souda is maybe the largest natural harbours around the
Mediterranean. The northern and western beaches are mostly sandy and
influenced by the winds and the winds in summer. This happens because
the surrounding islets are unable to protect the beaches and prevent the
strong winds to get to them with all their might.
The southern coast is the south coast, but some large or remarkable
bays. The beaches are sandy clean and with small stones (pebbles). All
have blue flags with clear waters and seabed very interesting,
especially for fans of snorkelling and lovers of underwater swimming. On
the area of the county is the part of the E4 European trekking trail
which crosses through Europe and ends in Crete.
The place is quite rich. Traditionally, one of the main sources of
wealth was, and still is, agriculture and livestock. Additional
attractions of the place, the magnificent nature, the development of
tourism infrastructure and the traditional hospitality of the locals
have made tourism one of the main sources of wealth for the county. The
area is one of the main destinations for both the Greeks for holidays,
trips and business trips, as well as foreign tourists from all parts of