For Sale 1,050,000€ - Luxury Villas Greece, Villas for Sale Greece
Villa in Santorini Akrotiri with Caldera Views
with 3 bedrooms, bathroom, furnished, central h,eating, garden
The Villa is located in Akrotiri, has dual sweeping views between Caldera and Akrotiri in the castle.
Offers unparalleled views.
Villa although situated in a residential complex, it is still very private with its own entrance and private parking space and extends over three levels.
The lower level is a bedroom with a private bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen with a second entrance to the house.
Another bedroom and living room and a bathroom are on the main level, where guests can relax on the large terrace with outdoor dining and to enjoy the sun. Finally, the third bedroom is on the upper level of the villa. Ideal investment has Service business permit
The villa can generate a very good income from rentals.
A perfect location for guests that want to enjoy the island but also keep their privacy and stay away from the very busy centers.
Guests can rejoice by watching the most famous Greek sunset from their own veranda but, still be close enough to relax in the renowned black sand beach of Perivolos with just a 10′ minute drive or in Fira (the island’s capital) within a 20′ – 25′ minute drive to combine exclusive dining with a shopping spree.
- Santorini Airport: 12km
- Santorini Port: 8km
- Fira Town: 12km
- Akrotiri Archaeological Site: 2.4km
- White Beach: 300m
- Red Beach: 2.5km
- Vlychada Beach: 6km
- Perivolos Beach: 7km
- Oia Village: 22km
With two million visitors arriving each year — or nearly 10 percent of the total number of tourist arrivals for the whole country — as well as frequent first-place rankings in surveys of favorite holiday destinations, the Greek island of Santorini has emerged as one of the top tourism destinations worldwide.
There are currently 75 airlines offering flights to Santorini, with their number rising and flights arriving from dozens of countries, reaching as many as 57 a day during the summer months. Visitors also arrive on cruiseships that dock at Santorini from March until almost Christmas, letting off as many as 25,000 people a day.
The island is very close to achieving the target of all-year tourism. 100 hotels remained open throughout the winter of 2015-2016 — representing one eighth of the island’s total accommodation capacity — in order to serve visitors in the winter months