Description of Villa Orama
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Villa Orama OverviewLocated on the most awe-inspiring coastline of Greece’s most famous island overlooking the exquisite caldera, Villa Orama is a dazzling home which embodies the distinct and magnificent characteristics of a cliff-edge Santorini home!
On arrival you will be met with a refreshing bottle of wine and fruit basket, on the house, to help you settle in and set yourself up for a blissful holiday in paradise. In this superb living space, you’ll find a gorgeous lounge with a plush white sofa looking out over the landscape, as well as a wall-mounted TV. Beside this is an elegant glass dining table, where you can enjoy some quality time together in this luxurious environment. There’s also a fantastic kitchen, complete with a stove, toaster, kettle, mini-fridge, microwave and a Nespresso coffee machine, providing you with the opportunity to prepare meals and treats for yourself during your stay. Alternatively, with room service available 24 hours a day, you needn’t bother cooking at all and you will still want for nothing during your time with us. We can even prepare breakfast or lunch boxes for you to take away on your excursions!
There are two delightful bedrooms available in the villa. Each has a vast double bed, with soft sheets and of course, we also offer a pillow menu to ensure you can enjoy perfect restful nights. From the bedroom you can step directly into the sunshine and sublime views of your enchanting terrace, making waking up in the morning a total joy! There’s an ensuite bathroom in each room, with stylish double vanity sinks and even double showers! Here you will also find a fantastic set of toiletries, as well as fluffy bathrobes and a hairdryer.
And for soaking up the Santorini sunshine in the most magical setting, step onto this extraordinary balcony, where delightful alfresco dining offers the most glamorous spot for a meal or drinks, and deluxe sun loungers invite you to put your feet up and enjoy the view! Your private plunge pool offers perhaps the most breath-taking views, as you gaze across its infinity edge to the fascinating volcanic island ahead amid the dazzling blue sea which stretches all the way to the horizon.
The iconic photos of the sunsets of Santorini are taken from the nearby town of Oia, just 20 minutes away, which also offers some of the most beautiful, signature whitewashed buildings on the whole island. Meanwhile, you’re just a short walk from the vibrant town of Fira putting all kinds of amenities and activities right at your fingertips, including the incredibly interesting Museum of Prehistoric Thira!
Villa Orama Property Features
The VillaVilla Orama is a luxurious home with stunning views of the caldera and sea in Santorini. It accommodates up to 4 guests.
- Open-plan living and dining room
- Well equipped kitchen with balcony access
- Double bedroom with en-suite shower room
- Double bedroom with en-suite shower room (also accessed from living room) and balcony access
- Plunge pool
- Sun loungers
- Seating area
- Caldera view
- Satellite TV
- CD/DVD player or iPod docking station (on request)
- Pillow menu
- Slippers, bathroboes and Hermes/Etro toiletries
- In-room safe
- Nespresso coffee machine
Villa Orama LocationJust 20 minutes from Oia and within walking distance of Fira, Villa Orama is in the most idyllic location to enjoy both useful amenities and breath-taking views, right on the edge of the caldera!
One of the Cyclades islands, located in the Aegean Sea, Santorini is one of the most famous of all Greece’s many islands. A devastating history, world-class sunsets and stunning scenery combine for an unmissable destination! Truly, Santorini’s beaches are unlike any other – formed from the ash of centuries of devastating volcanic eruptions, many of them are deep black or brown shades, creating a fascinating landscape!
Indeed, it is the caldera formed by one particularly immense eruption that gives Santorini its iconic crescent shape, and towering cliffs along the west side of the island. To get the best insight into this majestic land, take a stroll straight from your front door up towards Oia in the far north of the island, and enjoy this caldera-edge pathway! One again rocked by a 7.7 magnitude earthquake in 1956, huge swathes of Santorini were razed to the ground and as a result, many of the delightful buildings you see today are more recent constructions that have continued the elegant design of the original ones.
Like so much of Greece, Santorini is well-known for its warmth and hospitality, with a long-established history of tourism! Vast skies, sparkling sandy beaches in every shade and huge stretches of brilliant blue seas define this country and its many islands, where the thriving nature complements elegant architecture throughout.
The food of Greece is famous for its rich flavours and delicate recipes of Mediterranean delights. Feta and olive oil are universal, while all kinds of fresh fish, fragrant herbs, in-season fruits and crunchy greens await your enjoyment. Be sure to tuck into some of the classic Greek cuisine while you’re here, including the local specialities! As well as this, if you like the occasional tipple you ought to try Ouzo and Raki, two grape-based alcoholic drinks, in your time on the island, both firm favourites of the locals. There is also a lot of wine produced across the island, in particular crisp dry whites. Why not take a tour of a vineyard for the full experience?
A warm, passionate people and such a beautifully sociable country, both young and old will welcome you with open arms in Greece. Whether in pavement cafes, cosy restaurants or the thriving town squares, the people love nothing more than to enjoy a coffee or an ouzo in the company of the local community.
Map of Santorini