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International airport of Santorini (JTR)
Any times given are by car unless otherwise stated
Property and local area description
Villa Galini is offering unlimited view of the Caldera and the deep Aegean.
We are a complex of three luxurious autonomous villas: Galini, Galatia and Glafki, which have been named after the three Nereid Nymphs (deities of the sea) of the Greek mythology of the same name. All villas offer the comforts of a modern house and a terrace with the best view in Santorini.
Villa Galini is a splendid villa offering an unlimited view of the Caldera and the deep Aegean blue. It features a large bedroom and a comfortable living room that is ideal for romantic moments surrounded by the magical aura of Santorini. The bathroom is equipped with a hydromassage-bathtub with a view to the sea. A fully equipped kitchen is set to meet your catering needs. The villa is fully equipped with individually controlled air conditioning and heating, safety box, satellite TV, DVD, mini-bar, kettle with free tea/coffee, hair dryer, internet access, bathrobes, slippers and luxury toiletries. Villa Galini offers a large terrace (adjoined with the terrace of Villa Galatia) with a private jacuzzi overlooking the volcanic caldera and the sea.
It is located in the northernmost and utterly beautiful town of Santorini, Oia. Oia, famous for its sunset, is built 200 metres above sea-level and offers a wonderful view of the beauty of the volcanic caldera and the Aegean Sea.
The Villas are situated near the Naval Museum of Oia at the centre of the traditional settlement. It is built in the traditional way, in the volcanic rock. The distance from the international airport of Santorini is 20km, from the port 24km and from Fira, the capital town, 11km.
The nearest beaches (by car) are: Ammoudi, Katharos, Baxedes and Columbos. From our Villas, one can hike the traditional path to reach Armenaki, a very quiet and secluded old little harbour, without any stores, where one can enjoy a relaxing day in the gorgeous waters of the Aegean Sea.