Three luxurious countryside villas in Chania, Crete, housed within the lush nature of the area, offering an extravagant view on the Cretan sea await to treat their visitors to a memorable stay.
Villa Kissamos lies amidst an olive grove on a luscious hill with an extraordinary view on the gulf of Kissamos. Capable to host up to 10 people, this luxurious two-story house, with a separate entrance and a private pool, is located very near to the areas’ famous beaches and several local sights.Explore more
Villa Blanche, is Villa Aspro’s twin, also located in Apokoronos County, on the east of the city of Chania. It overlooks the Cretan Sea to the north and gazes at the White Mountains to the east as it stands close to beautiful beaches and genuinely traditional villages. It can host families or groups of up to 10 people. The building expands into three levels and is complemented by a private pool.Explore more
Villa Aspro, is located in Apokoronos County, an area to the east of the city of Chania. Apokoronas greatly reflects the Cretan landscape, gazing at the White Mountains, full of olive groves and overlooking the Cretan Sea to the north. The Villa is in proximity of several beautiful beaches and some traditional Cretan villages. The villa is split into three levels, standing next to a private pool and can host a couple families or, generally, groups of up to 10 people.Explore more
Villa Kissamos is located near Pirgos, in Kissamos, 35km west of Chania, amidst a golden-green olive garden that perfectly complements the spectacular blue pelagic waters
In Aspro, Apokoronas, 27km east of the town of Chania, villas Aspro and Blanche stand across the Lefka Ori mountain range which contrast greatly the seaside, also directly viewed from this destressing location.
Through inspired architecture we managed to craft a luxurious and relaxing, minimal environment. Various services can be offered upon request, while you enjoy your vacation at the pool of the autonomous villa where you’ll be staying.
Easy, direct transport to the airport and the port of Chania, as well as all the proximal towns and beaches, make up the last detail of a genuinely hospitable experience created in accordance to the infamously high standards that were set by Zeus Xenios, the ancient Greek God of hospitality.