Yes, we are writing about Santorini, a heavenly island in the southern Aegean Sea, Greece, again. It doesn’t matter how much we write and rave about it, we can never do justice to it, or to our latest featured resort – the Native Eco Villa.
The Villa lies on the top edge of the cliff near the village of Imerovigli. It spans 140 square metres (or 1,506 square feet), it is split into two floors, has four bedrooms, and two outdoor Jacuzzi baths.
Decorated in the characteristic Santorini colours and the typical Cycladic style, the Native Eco Villa is all about refined elegance with its arched ceiling and cave-like walls, stunning spiral staircase carved inside the mountain, and light and airy bedrooms. All bedrooms have king size beds, Coco-Mat linens, en-suite bathrooms with showers, satellite TV, DVD / CD player, WiFi access, and air-conditioning.
The Native Eco Villa is a very short walking distance from restaurants, a grocery store, lovely Malteza Church, Mainas Gym, and the town of Fira. The famous Perivolos Beach and Santorini airport are a 20-minute-drive from the villa.
By the way, the Bay of Imerovigli, in which the Native Eco Villa is situated, is called „the balcony to the Aegean“ which gives you some idea about how breathtaking the scenery and the sunsets are here.
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