The Chateau Villa lies south of Mykonos, on the highest point of a hill made of natural rocks. It offers a panoramic view of 180 degrees onto the endless blue, as well as the opposite to it islands of Paros and Naxos. The villa is cleverly and harmonically built in the midst of the naturally shaped rocks surrounding it, while retaining some of them inside the house, creating thus a unique atmosphere.
The Mykonian Cycladic architecture of the villa, in combination with the neoclassic elegant furniture creating a relaxing state of mind, add a special touch to the term hospitality. The spacious living-room with the state dining area enjoy unlimited view through the many windows and have direct access to the outer grounds.
A second dining-room is on the lower level, providing additional comfort to the existing large master bedrooms. The view of the pool is quite impressive with the naturally shaped huge rock next to it, while on its side there is a sizeable marble settee, creating a unique atmosphere for sunbathing and entertainment combined with a great view.
A cobbled path is complementing the outer grounds, leading to the main entrance after a country chapel, property of the villa, and a stone-built theatre referring you to ancient Greece.
The location is most preferential due to its infinite view, as well as its easy access to well-known beaches on the island and its close distance from the cosmopolitan town of Mykonos.