This villa rental on the island of Paros is ideal for those would like a quieter Greek vacation while staying at a peaceful villa with gorgeous views. The villa features beautiful scenery and offers close proximity to both Parikia and the beach. Visitors will have the option of having some fun in the sun at one of the many sandy beaches or cooling off in the villa’s private indoor swimming pool.
The villa is situated on a hill with views of the sea and neighboring islands. The terrace is furnished with a table and chairs while the garden has a barbecue and a wood oven. There is a private indoor swimming pool (9m x 4m) with a couple of loungers. Parking is available within the property grounds.
First floor: There is a combined living and dining room with couches, satellite TV, a table with chairs, and access to the terrace. The kitchen is equipped with a cook-top, oven, toaster, and dishwasher. There is one bedroom with a 160 cm queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. Ground floor: A staircase leads down to the two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The first bedroom has a 160 cm queen-sized bed and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower. The second bedroom has two 90 cm single beds and an ensuite bathroom with a sink, toilet, and shower.
Extra Services: The following are listed as an aid for trip planning; the services and prices are approximate and cannot be guaranteed by Rentvillas. All extra services are payable locally in cash. Chef Available: Upon request Please Note: Housekeeping twice per week included
The property is located three kilometers from the nearest beach and four kilometers from Agios Arsenios, a small village with several shops and tavernas. Agios Arsenios is set on a hilltop and has unobstructed views of the sea, the port of Paros, and the two Cycladic Islands of Sifnos and Serifos. About five miles from Agios Arsenios is Parikia, which is the capital of Paros. Built around the port (which offers frequent boat trips to other islands) are shops, restaurants, and cafes. The trademark of Parikia is the white-washed windmill that sits on the entrance of the port. The main sight is the ancient 13th century castle, known as the Kastro, which is situated on the highest point in town. Behind the castle is the Archaeological Museum of Paros and features excavations from the island. Parikia: 9 km Agios Arsenios: 4 km Parasporos Bay Beach: 3 km