Wrap yourself with the unearthly beauty of Santorini, one of the world’s top destinations, and supercharge your five senses. Touch the mystic energy of the volcanic rocks, taste the perpetual salty breeze, listen to the lullaby of the winds blowing 300 meters above sea level, watch the secrets-filled deep waters avidly absorb the sunlight, generating thousands of colours during the course of the day, and allow yourself to be seduced by the fresh scent of a unique Greek island holiday.
Elysian Santorini, a bouquet of brand new, boutique holiday villas, stand out in the quaint settlement of Finikia, on the northwest side of the island, a breath away from world-famous Oia, and will indisputably be your hideaway to heavenly soul-comforting holidays in Santorini. These quietly impressive, meticulously designed, ultra-spacious villas with the unobstructed views to the Aegean’s infinite blue are the epitome of stylishness, unpretentious luxury, and inviting minimalistic cosiness, echoing the pure, yet the spectacularly distinct character of the island of Santorini, whose abysmal passion will mesmerize your soul, mind and spirit.
If you are enjoying the perks of a boutique hotel, but you value privacy, seclusion and precious time away from the bustling crowds, Elysian Santorini is your ultimate destination in Santorini. Sidestepping the commotion with a manner of mild studiousness, the villas of Elysian Santorini in the scenic settlement of Finikia, northwest of Fira -the island’s capital-, perfectly embody this hospitality concept, giving you independence and freedom, and allowing you to take advantage of the very best pros of high-class hotels and private villas alike.
This is the quintessential of our philosophy. We make people feel comfortable, connect with them in a genuine and personable manner, remain discreet, yet at their disposal throughout their stay, and always think one step ahead of them, to prevent anything that might trouble their carefree holidays on our beautiful island. Providing the services of a hotel, in conjunction with the privacy and seclusion of a private villa, is what we like to call smart hospitality.
The Opulently Appointed Villas of Elysian Santorini
The villas of Elysian Santorini offer astonishing views of the plain with the vineyards and the sea. It is the only luxurious accommodation choice in the village, which is considered one of the most, if not the most, unspoiled old settlement of Santorini. Finikia is ideal if you wish to stay in a traditional Cycladic village, away from the crowds, yet at a mere 15-minute walk from Oia, with its vibrant nightlife, the incredible sunset, bohemian aesthetics, and colourful houses dangerously, yet playfully balancing at the edge of Caldera’s rim.
All sea view villas are built in accordance with the traditional Cycladic architecture, seamlessly blending into the natural environment, and stand out for their masterful use of concrete, wood and stone. They are dressed in shades of grey, indigo and white, and have atmospheric hidden lighting, and elegant floor, wall and table decoration pieces. Thanks to their ingenious architecture, interior design and decoration, these spacious boutique holiday homes are mirroring the cosiness of a private residence, simultaneously offering a wealth of amenities and services, meticulously planned to impart a sense of luxury and modern comfort.
The brand new Elysian Santorini aspires to provide exclusive services tailor-made to individual guest needs. Even though these boutique holiday homes in Santorini provide self-catering accommodation, the owners and management of Elysian Santorini can be contacted at any time by phone, to provide assistance, recommendations and information regarding the villas and the island, and can be found in the office located in the complex of the Executive and Elysian villas, which operates from April 1st to October 31st.
A delicious hearty breakfast is served daily in each villa separately, with the menu changing every day. Everything is cooked with the freshest ingredients and special care. The breakfast menu includes omelet, cheese, sausages, tomato, cucumber, fresh bread, rusks, honey, jams, Greek yogurt with honey and nuts, or cereals or spoon sweets, fruits, crepes, waffles, cereal bars, cakes, small rusks, cheese or spinach pie, as well as tea, orange juice, and coffee.
The villas are cleaned daily, and towels are also changed daily. Guests can be transferred from/to the airport and port upon request, while there is also designated space for luggage storage. The office staff will be more than happy to make reservations for cars and bikes, but also for excursions by coach or boat, on and around the island. In the just-a-breath-away village of Oia guests will find many grocery stores, pharmacy, galleries, museums, restaurants and bars. The scintillating sunset view and incredible landscape design combined with our professional services surely guarantee nothing short of memorable events.
Services at a glance
Santorini is something of a paradox. An island so geologically restless that turns out to be the ultimate relaxing, yet trendy spot in the heart of the Aegean. Nature has been whimsical to this island, creating a brutally ravishing landscape, oh so starkly beautiful, it makes you wish you could actually carve it in your memories, but also so serene, leaving you light-headed, almost sedated. Fira and Oia might steal the spotlight, as the most famous sunset-watching, Caldera-gazing towns, but Finikia discreetly sneaks in, claiming its spot atop the most unspoiled, authentic, time-forgotten settlements on the island of Santorini.
Finikia is a beautiful, well-preserved traditional village -and one of the island’s first Medieval settlements-, located at a stone’s throw from Oia. All dazzling white boxy houses and two notable churches are carved on the volcanic rocks, its Cycladic architecture takes visitors to another spacetime, while its unobstructed view to the vineyards and the Aegean is simply breathtaking. Finikia is situated 10 kilometres northwest of Fira, and less than 1 kilometre from Oia -following a path along the Caldera-, and is easily accessible by bus and private transportation means (no cars are allowed in the village). The port is 9 kilometres away, the airport is 10 kilometres away, and there is a bus at the entrance of the village, connecting it with the island’s capital and other villages and settlements.
Finikia has few taverns, where guests can enjoy traditional local cuisine dishes. Last, but not least, there are two walking trails, starting from the village; one leads to Fira and the other to the beach of Baxedes.
Tel: +30 22860 71434
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