At a glance
Sapphire, is built on the edge of the caldera, overlooking the volcano. Traditionally whitewashed villa, with minimal décor and walking distance to the village of Firostefani.
Villa Sapphire, a traditional whitewashed villa found just steps away from the village of Firostefani. A three bedroom, luxurious villa with a gracious layout, overlooking the endless blue views!
The bright living room is facing the outdoor area with the infinity, heated, edged pool, in the front of the villa allowing the natural light to extend in every corner of the house. It is also equipped with air-condition and an LCD satellite TV. There are also a PS3 console, a DVD player, movies and Internet access, for a range of entertainment options within the villa. The front door of the living room leads to the courtyard.
Two of the bedrooms have direct access to the courtyard, while the third bedroom has access to the courtyard through the living room. All bedrooms are built in the style of Santorini’s cave houses and all are en-suite. In all bedrooms there is an LCD TV as well as, air conditions.
A wonderful 130 sq.m. courtyard with amazing views offering the maximum relaxation. An outdoor settee with comfortable cushions is the best choice for relaxing in villa Sapphire’s courtyard.
Santorini, with its fantastic architecture and breathtaking views will allow you to enjoy every moment in a fantastic villa!
- Infinity heated pool
- Sun beds
- Outdoor dining area
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Air conditioning
- LCD TVs with satellite connection in the bedrooms and in the living room
- i pod station
- DVD player and a selection of films
- Laptop with printer
- Free Wi-Fi
- Safe in all rooms
- Bed linen, pillows, bathrobes, slippers, towels
- Cleaning Services and Night service on a daily basis
- Daily breakfast included
- Roundtrip transfers included
- Villa located within Firostefani village
- Excellent access to all restaurants, bars, shops
- Santorini airport 8 km
- Fira town 3 km
Santorini, a mythical island: essentially what remained after an enormous volcanic eruption that created a giant, central, rectangular lagoon with high, steep cliffs on three sides and the current geological caldera (volcanic crater).
Easily accessible via direct flights from several European cities; London, Geneva, Paris, Amsterdam, Venice, Dublin, and many more.