Description of Villa Larimar
3 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms
Villa Larimar OverviewVilla Larimar offers a fantastic ambience, a stunning blend of contemporary meets ancient nods from the past. Built into the rock face, some areas of natural rock have been left exposed in some of the rooms which is very attractive. This wonderful three bedroom villa is located in a stunning 3.5 acre green and rocky plot, overlooking the gorgeous Psarou Beach. It is close to Ornos, Mykonos Town and the renowned south coast beaches of Paraga, Paradise and Super Paradise. The hillside location is very tranquil and picturesque with stunning views down to the beach. Psarou Beach attracts local and international celebrities. It is one of Mykonos’ trendiest beaches and it is always busy in the summer. The scenery is very beautiful and swimming in the crystal clear emerald water is amazing. Psarou’s upscale beach club, Nammos, is very popular.
Villa Larimar is built very close to its four bedroom sister villa, Villa Heliodor which we also feature. This may be of interest if you are planning a holiday with another family. The villa enjoys many traditional Cycladic features including painted beamed ceilings, lots of lovely curves, brilliant white walls and built-in fittings and furniture. The villa features two wonderful terraces, one being home to a fantastic swimming pool and the upper terrace boasts alfresco dining with a view, an alfresco lounge area and the most stunning panoramic views.
The villa is built over two levels. The open plan living area is a total delight with slightly separate spaces for the kitchen, dining area and living room. The living room is drowned in sunlight and is very spacious. It offers a feature fireplace and gorgeous furnishings. Just a few curved steps down is the intimate dining area. With its beautiful dining table and chairs and with its lovely beamed ceiling, the space is absolutely gorgeous. Next to this is a wonderful modern kitchen which also features the traditional dazzling white curves. Villa Larimar enjoys a wonderful flow between the spaces. One of the villa’s bedrooms is located on this same level with its large double bed and sensational ensuite bathroom.
On the upper level you will find the remaining two bedrooms, a delightful double and a twin bedroom. Both enjoy en-suite bathrooms and balcony access. The furnishings in Villa Larimar are extremely sumptuous and comfortable. You will find it very easy to relax here amongst the Cycladic aesthetics and contemporary interiors. Whoever picks the bedroom with the exposed stonework will definitely want to linger in the sunken bath!
The outside terraces are simply amazing. The infinity swimming pool will definitely make you feel indulged and spoilt. The views down to Psarou Beach are fabulous. The pool is surrounded with luxury loungers. The upper terrace offers dining with a view. The alfresco dining area is covered to protect guests from the brilliant sun. The sun-drenched trendy lounge chairs are the perfect spot to enjoy your holiday book.
Villa Larimar Property FeaturesThe Villa
Villa Larimar is a 3-bedroom villa sleeping 6 guests, located close to the popular Psarou beach. Ground Floor
- Living room
- Fully-equipped kitchen with dining facilities for 6
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom
- Cloakroom First Floor
- Bedroom with double bed and en-suite bathroom
- Bedroom with twin beds and en-suite bathroom Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool
- Sun beds
- Sea views Additional Facilities
- Air conditioning
- Alarm system
Villa Larimar LocationMykonos is a gorgeous island with 25 spectacular beaches, much photographed sunsets, picturesque whitewashed villages and fabulous monasteries, churches and chapels. The trendy beach of Psarou is popular with many celebrities for its beauty and crystal clear emerald waters. You will always see many expensive yachts in the water. The exclusive Nammos Beach Club tantalises tastes at its impressive restaurant. It offers luxurious treats with its complex of four private cabanas which each has a private outdoor jacuzzi with magnesium salts, luxury skincare products for the beach, individual restrooms and delicious bespoke treats from the dedicated chefs. Guests can also enjoy private butlers and VIP drivers. Nammos Spa is a heavenly indulgent treat where you can enjoy an exceptional two hour signature treatment. The Nammos Beach Bar welcomes guests to the lavish beach life of Mykonos with champagne, cocktails, food and its Shisha Lounge with an incredible menu of highest quality of tobacco. On the beach you can daydream on a luxurious Seora Riviera sunbed and soft mattress under the soft shade of Italian designer umbrellas.
Just along the coast, you will find the famous beaches of Paradise and Paraga. Paraga Beach boasts gorgeous silvery sand, a natural diving platform formed of rocks, sun beds and parasols and trendy beach bars. The award-winning Paradise Beach Club has been around for 50 years and offers a buzzy party scene. It attracts famous DJ’s from all over the world.
Ano Mera is a delightful shopping, dining and cultural destination. It boasts many quaint shops and cafes spilling out onto the cobbled pavements and many ancient, fascinating buildings. It is especially popular for Sunday brunch and the fresh produce market where you can buy local cheeses. Delicious Greek pastries can be bought in the bakery. The beautiful Byzantine Panagia Tourlaina Monastery was orginally founded in 1580 and is fronted by an ornate bell tower with triple bells. Its massive alter screen was made in 1775 by Florentine artists and the carved marble and wood, frescoes, crystal chandeliers and gilded pulpit are all extremely impressive. The monastery is open by appointment.
The Vioma Organic Farm and Vineyard is very interesting to visit where you can take a tour along to the sounds of classical music. The vineyard produces red, white and naturally sweet red wine. There are also 20 beehives producing pure honey, organic seasonal vegetables grown, bread baked in the traditional wood oven and dogs, cats, chickens, turkeys, rabbits and the donkey called Marika are all part of the farm’s family. You can taste the wines and many other traditional products such as xynotiro, a hard sour cheese, tyrovolia, a fresh sour cheese, kopanisti, a spicy cheese and louza, a ham similar to proscuitto. For desert, you can taste the Mykonian amygdaloto, a sweet made of almonds and rose water.
Mykonos Town is an enchanting warren of narrow lanes covered in bougainvillea. Lined with picturesque churches, quirky art galleries, chic boutiques, jewellery shops and charming restaurants, visitors love an afternoon meander. The town’s museums, the Archaeological Museum and the Aegean Martime Museum, are interesting. Mykonos Town’s Little Venice is one of the most romantic places on the island. It boasts elegant old houses that are precariously sitting on the edge of the sea creating a magical aura. The ethereal beauty of Little Venice is a favourite haunt of highly acclaimed artists and Instagram followers. There is an abundance of buzzy bars and pulsating clubs as well as art galleries and restaurants.
Map of Mykonos