A Summer House Suited to Families and Friends, with Private Beach Access
A two-villa complex positioned on a tranquil and relatively secluded peninsula in the south of the island. Antiparos lies at the very centre of the Cyclades archipelago of some 30 islands south of Athens, Greece. The peninsula has been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and it is known for its simplicity, isolated beaches, safety and understatement. As an international destination it is extremely popular as a discrete family retreat. Set within its own grounds and with incredibly designed gardens, Petalida is completely private and an ideal place to un-wind, relax and enjoy nature with family and friends. Built in 2007, Petalida was designed as a complex of four separate low lying houses. The design is such that the entire complex can be easily organised and run either as one establishment capable of accommodating comfortably some 20 people or alternatively, it can easily be organised as two completely separate and private villas, each with their own adjoining discrete guest houses. The buildings are set within a garden designed and laid down in 2008 by Philippe Niez an eminent French gardener. All the accommodation is simply and elegantly decorated. There is a swimming pool and two small beaches just below the Villa that are accessible through a private path. The main village, also called Antiparos, is a 15 minute drive away. Composition of each House Living-room Dining area Fully equipped kitchen Two double bedroom suites with en suite bathrooms and private balconies A single bedroom with en suite bathroom A family/children’s room, that can sleep four, with en suite bathroom and its own terrace and outside dining area Composition of each Guest House One double bedroom Living-room with open fireplace and fitted sofas that can double as two single beds Large bathroom Kitchenette Terrace and outside sitting/dining area
The island of Antiparos located in the heart of the Cyclades Islands cluster is a summer resort ideal for peaceful and quiet vacations. The island covers an area of 35 square kilometers andtallest peak is Prophet Elia which is found in the center of the island. Mainly barren, the earth is volcanic in origin. Endued with sheer natural beauty, the island of Antiparos throbs with golden sandy beaches (due to its long shape the island has 57 km of beautiful coasts), crystal clear waters and verdurous landscapes full of cedar trees which captivate sight and soul. Above all, there is the breathtaking cave of Antiparos known as possibly the oldest cave in Greece whose arched entrance is guarded by the picturesque 18th-century church of Agios loannis Spiliotis (St John of the Cave). An enormous stalagmite at the entrance is the oldest in Europe and is estimated to be 45 million years old. On descending the 411 steps towards the heart of the cave, more than a 100 metres deep, visitors face a truly breathtaking spectacle at each turn. All around there are spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites. Petalida is located on the southern-most peninsula of Antiparos. The peninsula has been designated as “an area of outstanding natural beauty” and is one of the most tranquil spots on the island. It has many small coves, which are all within easy walking distance and suitable for swimming. The Villa is well positioned on a small hill overlooking the Aegean Sea and therefore enjoys panoramic views. To the north and north east there are uninterrupted views across the sea channel between Paros and Antiparos. To the east and south there are views of nearby islands: Naxos, Ios, Iraklia, Schinousa and Folegandros. Immediately, behind the Villa is a hill, which can be easily climbed and affords commanding westerly views towards the uninhabited island of Despotico and beyond to the islands of Serifos and Sifnos.
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