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Villa Finikia Oia Santorini, Baxedes
Introducing Villa Finikia Oia Santorini, Baxedes: A Seaside Retreat of Unparalleled Elegance
Nestled amidst the enchanting landscapes of Oia, Santorini, the Villa Finikia is a testament to the timeless beauty of Cycladic architecture. This premium property, located just a stone’s throw away from the azure Aegean Sea, offers a sublime combination of natural beauty, opulent design, and unobstructed sea views. With a building year of 2011, this property is the epitome of understated luxury, spanning a sprawling 5,197 square meters of pristine land. The property comprises a building that hosts 5 independent residences, encompassing a total area of 507 square meters, and is framed by an expansive outdoor area with ample parking spaces.
Elegance and sophistication are the hallmarks of this extraordinary property, designed with a deep respect for the island’s natural habitat. It stands as a pristine jewel in the north-eastern part of Santorini, adjoining the first traditional and UNESCO-protected settlement of Oia. While it’s close enough to the main village for convenience, Villa Finikia offers respite from the bustling crowds, making it the ideal sanctuary for those seeking tranquility and privacy.
The complex is strategically positioned right by the sea in the Baxedes area, offering immediate access to one of Oia’s most stunning beaches, Kolumbo. A charming 50-meter pathway meanders through the lush vineyards, guiding you to this hidden seaside gem. With its impeccable architectural design that harmonizes seamlessly with the Cycladic tradition, Villa Finikia successfully marries a welcoming family ambiance with the exclusivity of a private residence, complete with all the amenities of a luxurious resort.
Each of the five independent residences within the property boasts a well-appointed living room, a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom, and a bathroom, providing an ideal setting for both guests and owners to relish the Santorini experience. The comfortable terraces of each residence offer breathtaking sea views, perfect for savoring the island’s renowned sunsets.
As the first rays of morning light kiss the waves and the sea whispers its eternal song, Villa Finikia Oia Santorini, Baxedes, awaits the discerning buyer who seeks a seaside retreat unlike any other. Here, you will find an exclusive haven that beckons you to embrace the essence of Santorini and its unparalleled beauty. This is your opportunity to own a piece of Cycladic paradise, where luxury meets nature in perfect harmony.
OIA BAXEDES – SANTORINI
Santorini is the southernmost island of the Cyclades group of islands and it can be reached both by aeroplane and coastal lines. It is also connected with the other islands of the Cyclades on a daily basis. From Pireaus port, it takes approximately 5 hours to reach by high-speed boats, while by conventional boats it takes approximately 8 hours. In the summer season the number of itineraries increases.
Airline connection takes place with regular every-day flights from the El. Venizelos International Airport of Athens, both by Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines or by charter flights that come from all over the world during the summer season. The flight takes about 40 minutes.
The vineyard of Santorini is considered to be the most historic of Greece and perhaps the most ancient in Europe. The secret lies in its unique ecosystem. The soil, the climate, the sea and the volcano, which last activated in the 50’s, with its hot breath, have marked this unique island. Let us not forget the underwater volcano in Columbo. This particular climate and the volcanic soil protect the vine from diseases, insects and fungi. In this way, diseases that have destroyed all the vineyards of the planet, haven’t been able to damage the vineyards of Santorini; so the grapes harvested today are the same our ancestors harvested.
The vineyards may be 60-80 years old, but their root system dates from ancient times. Moreover, the winegrowers of Santorini have adopted and brought to perfection an ancient trimming technique, the “kouloures”. The vines are trimmed in the shape of low-spiralling baskets, with the grapes hanging inside to protect them from the strong winds. A black, sandy beach, which is decorated with small lilies in mid August, puts the finishing touch. The very same lilies can be seen on the wall paintings in Akrotiri of prehistoric Thera.