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Luxury Hotel for Sale Oia, Foinikia Santorini
The hotel disposes of 1 Studio, 2 Standard Rooms, 2 Honeymoon Suites, 1 Junior Suite, 1 Superior Family Suite & a House. All units are on a local traditional cave style
The hotel consist of a unique collection of restored and renovated historical cave houses located in Oia’s Finikia, a tranquil neighborhood which was once a medieval village of Santorini. It is a genuine part of the village, where you can relax and experience the quiet life of authentic Santorini.
The houses slowly climb the small hill overlooking the village, giving spectacular sea views as well as a unique perspective of the little white washed traditional houses and historical churches and vineyards of the neighborhood.
Family owned and operated for twelve years, provides the personal touches that will make your holiday in Santorini special. The sunny veranda is the perfect place to take in the wide sea view and savor the unforgettable breakfast prepared by Sofia each morning. The inviting reception area is decorated with a unique collection of antiques gathered from all over the world. Later in the day, enjoy a cocktail or light fare under the stars.
ABOUT AREA- FOINIKIA OIA
A secret place, hidden from the tourist crowds, just 1.5 km from the famous village of Oia and the cliff of the caldera. Foinikia (Finikia) is inhabited mainly by the villagers, and still lives in the old days before the tourist rush.
Ideal for a romantic getaway in Santorini, especially for a honeymoon, Finikia lies north side outside the volcano, was outside of the island.
So there is no view here on the volcanic caldera, but the sea and islands in front of Folegandros, Sikinos, Ios.
In this village, you see white houses and horizontal lines, a quiet contrast to the frightening landscape of the caldera.
Vineyards and chapels scattered each dedicated to a patron saint of the villagers and sailors.
The small chapel of St. Kyriaki, offers a unique view and a solitary sunset of Santorini and the rest of the Cyclades.