Description of Villa Kydonia
1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms
Villa Kydonia OverviewVilla Kydonia is a stylish and contemporary home situated amongst magnificent green hills.
The home's lovely private pool is backed by a lush green hedge and a row of sun loungers positioned perfectly to enjoy the sunshine. From the pool, you will be able to gaze over the wonderful vistas of the island, horizon and twinkling lights of the town below.
The veranda possesses a small and casual seating area where pleasant al fresco meals can be devoured or social after dinner drinks.
You will adore the home's interior which boasts an ultra-luxurious design. A juxtaposition between rustic stone walls and neutral and white decor provide a brilliant tranquil ambience. Wide windows letting in beaming natural light will make you feel close to nature from the comfort of inside Villa Kydonia's walls. The home's contemporary design emphasises light and space making it perfect for relaxing and revitalising yourself.
The sleek living area boasts access to the outdoor pool and contains a small polished kitchen complete with a seating area for four.
Designers have ensured that only the finest materials were used in the home. The mattresses are created with 100% latex and are orthopaedic. There are also eco- friendly bathing products to use at your disposal.
Villa Kydonia Property FeaturesThe villa
Villa Kydonia is located in the charming village of Agia Marina, on the west coast of Chania. There is one bedroom, one bathroom and it can accommodate two people
- Double bedroom
- Open-plan living room with sofa bed
- Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast bar
- Swimming pool
- Garden BBQ
- Outdoors dining area
- Sun loungers & parasol
- Access to communal lawn
Villa Kydonia LocationHead down to the picturesque beach of Agia Marina for a wonderful day out. This long sandy beach is enjoyed by both locals and tourists as well as families, couples and young groups of friends.
It's easy to spend the whole day here as there's a wonderful selection of brilliant beach bars to retreat to after the sun becomes too hot. Alternatively, nearby supermarkets provide everything needed for a picnic in the sand. The waves become quite choppy so be careful with small children, although there's usually a lifeguard on hand.
During the summer, Agia Marina becomes a little crowded with visitors eager to catch some sun rays in the sand. Though, beach-goers in search of peace and tranquillity won't be in the wrong place here. Listening to the waves gently crash under the hot blue sky while sprawled out on a sun lounger sounds like an afternoon well spent!
Hikers must get down to the Gorges of Theriso, a must see and popular hiking area in Crete. While on the walk, you will be delighted by all of the gorgeous natural vistas available to look at at every angle. You can also visit by car and drive down the wonderful winding road while periodically stopping to enjoy the views. Once you've finished your hike, the sublime village of Theriso awaits you with a range of traditional bars and restaurants serving delectable local cuisines.
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