Villa DIO is located on the highest spot of the island, on the edge of the cliff of the world-famous Caldera. Unique to Santorini are also the cave-like dwellings dug out of the rock face along the high cliffs of the island, called cave houses or ‘Iposkafo’ in Greek. The villa provides an endless view of the Aegean Sea and to the volcano.
The simple white walls combined with the minimal design of the villa and the colorful sunset view complete the perfect picture and indulge all your senses. The villa consists of three double bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and accommodate up to six (6) persons (can accommodate extra person in roll away bed upon request with extra charge). Each of the villa’s three bedrooms has a king bed, en suite bathroom, TV and air conditioning. They have direct access to the patio with an endless sea view, offering unique moments of relaxation. The comfy living room of the villa filled with elegant furnishings and a fully-equipped kitchen ideal for preparing special dishes. The perfect combination of style, incredible views and prime location of the villa offers the guests one of the most unique experiences in the island. The outdoor patio of the villa consists of a luxuriously living space, with six sunbeds and a dining area, where our guests can relax and enjoy the unique sunset, the compelling volcano and the incredible sea view. The outdoor living space is large enough to host a wedding or other special occasion, as it combines great size and capacity, offering stunning views of the villa.
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Historically known as ‘“Kallisti”, the most beautiful one, “Strongyle”, the circular one and “Thera”, the island finally became known around the world with the name Santorini, deriving from the old cathedral Santa Irini in the village of Perissa. The various largest volcanic eruptions create the site of Santorini in the last thousands of years and may have caused the destroy of the Minoan civilization in Crete due to tidal waves. The island is also home to one of the most famous archaeological sites of the ancient Greek world, the Bronze Age site of Akrotiri, which was covered in pumice and volcanic ash with the eruption of c. 1650-1550 BC, thereby preserving with unique freshness the coloured frescoes which are amongst the best known images of ancient Greek art. Excavations in Akrotiri brought up light a coastal city with culture relative to the Minoan enhanced local Cycladic figures. Another popular theory holds that the Santorini eruption is the source of the legend of Atlantis. So, Santorini is a worth exploring island with magnificent beauties.