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Description of Santorini Indigo

5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms

Santorini Indigo Overview

A chic property with stunning views of the Aegean Sea, Santorini Indigo sits on a hillside in the village of Pyrgos. Offering total privacy, this five bedroom villa can accommodate up to ten guests.

A spacious outdoor terrace looks out to sea and offers a pool, hot tub, seating area and sun loungers, creating a very inviting space. You also have a lovely outdoor dining area with seating for eight. The building’s rugged exterior contrasts its sleek interiors, with a comfortable living space with elegant furnishings and a stylish kitchen forming part of one open-plan area.

The villa is equipped with Wi-Fi, air conditioning and satellite TV, as well as hotel-style extras like robes, slippers, hairdryers, a safe and well-stocked minibar.

The accommodation is split between the main house and a separate guest house. The main house has three bedrooms, with another two in the guest house. Queen size beds, private bathrooms and beautiful furnishings give all the bedrooms lots of style. The guest house also has its own private terrace, kitchen and living area and bathrooms.

Pyrgos village has a number of nice places to eat and is within easy travelling distance of all of Santorini’s other towns and landmark sights. This stunning island is known for its caldera on the western side – a lagoon of sea water which was the result of a huge volcanic eruption more than 3600 years ago. A volcano sits in the middle of the lagoon which you can visit and walk upon.

There is spectacular scenery all over the island, with a variety of archaeological sites, wineries and beaches to visit. You can also find a good range of restaurants and the island’s best shopping in the larger towns of Fira and Oia.

Santorini Indigo Property Features

The Villa

Santorini Indigo is a split level property that can be booked as either a 3 or 5 bed villa. Main House
- Living room with sofa bed
- Kitchenette
- Fully equipped kitchen accessed by a separate entrance
- Master bedroom with queen sized bed and en-suite shower room Bedroom Two
- Separate access
- Queen sized bed
- En-suite shower room
- Private veranda with outdoor seating area
- Comfy loungers. Guest House 1
- Spacious living room
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Dining area for 4
- 2nd Master bedroom with queen sized bed and en-suite shower room
- Private veranda Guest House 2
- Connects to Guest House 1
- Double bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Double bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Private veranda Exterior Grounds
- Private swimming pool (pool heating available on request for an additional charge)
- Jacuzzi
- Sun loungers
- Dining area
- Various seating areas Additional Facilities
- Wi-Fi
- Air conditioning
- TV
- Hairdryers
- Robes & slippers
- Safe

Santorini Indigo Location

Small enough to get around easily but large enough to have a lot to offer, Santorini is the Greek island you don’t want to miss. Full of beautiful scenery and with a magnificent coastline, it’s both richly historic and geologically fascinating.

The big draw on the western side of the island is the caldera, a vast lagoon which was created by a huge volcanic eruption more than 3600 years ago. The Nea Kameni volcano which sits in the middle of the lagoon is perhaps the island’s biggest attraction – you can go and walk on it as there is apparently no danger of it erupting any time soon.

Many of Santorini’s beaches may be full of pebbles and volcanic rock rather than sand, but they are still popular nonetheless. After all, the sea views are still spectacular, and you can often find beachfront bars and restaurants to relax in. In the south east, the best sandy beaches, such as Perissa, are found. For something a bit less crowded, you could also try Monolithos to the north. Near Akrotiri, look out for the Red Beach – so called due to its red volcanic cliffs which contrast wonderfully with the indigo-coloured sea.

There’s more to see in this area, with the Akrotiri Lighthouse a significant local landmark. Also notable are the impressive ruins of Akrotiri, now housed in an archaeological centre which has been built around them.  The prehistoric remains of the village have been largely stripped of artefacts, many of which can be found in In the Museum of Prehistoric Thira, among them frescoes and items of pottery.

Several wineries can be found around the island, many of them to the south of Santorini’s main town, Fira. Many offer tours which are another pleasant way to enjoy the sunshine and learn about wine production in the area.

There are some good climbs to be had on Santorini if you’re in the mood to exert yourself. At 565m, the island’s highest point is the summit of the Profitis Elias mountain, where there is a monastery. You can also make the steep ascent to Ancient Thera from Perissa, another of Santorini’s archaeological gems.

The larger towns of Fira and Oia, as well as Imerovigli and Firostefani, all offer an impressive range of restaurants. You can certainly experience high-end dining if you choose to, but there are plenty of options. You won’t find that many on the isle of Thirassia, but this pretty island on the other side of the caldera is well worth a day trip. You can hop on the ferry at Oia, a town in the north of the island which also offers a good range of museums, galleries and shops.

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