Villa in Neo Klima, Skopelos, Sporades Islands, Greek Islands, Greece - Peaceful Location, 5 Minutes Walk To The Beach
The houses are designed in a way to retain their privacy among the olive trees. The 70m2 house can host up to 4 persons and is built on one level. The 130m2 villa can host up to six persons, and is built on 2 levels. Each villa has its own private swimming pool with stunning views towards the Aegean, and surrounded by large courtyards. Climbing down 100 steps will take to a semi private beach away from crowds and ideal for relaxation. The basic material which was used for the construction of the houses was local stone. The walls, which reach a width of 50cm, are 100% built out of stone, following traditional building techniques. The roofs, but also every wooden structure outside the houses, are made of Chestnut which was brought from mt. Athos. The property can be reached from the main road, offering isolation and peacefulness at the same time. N. Klima, a small settlement by the sea with boat marina, is only 700m. away, and may provide all necessary shopping and basic facilities.
Details for holiday villa Laia Sleeps 6 (3 Bedrooms), 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6, 1 Bathroom, 1 Separate WC
This 130m2 stone villa, which can host up to six persons, is built on 2 levels. The upper level is an open plan space which includes the living room, the kitchen, dinning area, and a small w.c., while the lower one includes 2 double- bedrooms and the main bathroom. In the same lower level there is also the guest house, which has its own separate entrance, and which consists of a bedroom, a small kitchen and a bathroom. In the same level the guests access the swimming pool which overlooks the Aegean Sea and offers stunning sunset views. Oak floors are used for the interior spaces, while for bathrooms and kitchen, which are hand made structures, a cement- based mortar is used- occasionally coloured- using once again old traditional techniques. The house is fully equipped with quality electric devices (e.g. BOSCH washing machines and kitchen equipment). Almost all furniture is handmade by local carpenters, and some old furniture was restored and re- used.
About the Owner
I am an architect. I live in Athens and I come from Glossa village in Skopelos island, where I spend most of my spring and summer time due to business. I have worked in several areas of Greece, but also in restore projects concerning ancient monuments and had the chance to visit many islands that way. I also enjoy travelling abroad and have spend some time in the UK studying. However, when summer comes, I cannot think a better place to be than Skopelos.
From the Owner
“My Conservation Studies MA in York (UK), along with my love for my family place, inspired me to build these 2 unique houses, based on old traditional techniques, using local materials and handmade elements. The olive grove inside which the houses are situated, is active, and my family still gets olive oil for a 4th generation. In these terms, it was very important that the houses wouldn't distort the natural environment, but instead to become a part of it. The property has the rare privilege of being close to a small sea settlement, but being isolated and peaceful at the same time. The property ends right on the sea so 100 steps lead you to a semi- private beach, ideal for relaxation and away from crowds.”
Activity and Interests
100m. to the closest beach which lies in the end of the property. 5min. walk and 100 steps to reach it. This is a semi private beach, ideal to avoid crowds and perfect for relaxation.
Kastani (Mama Mia beach) and Milia, the island's most famous and beautiful beaches are 5km away. Only 10min. drive away by car, or 15min. by bus.
40min. drive by car to reach main port of Skopelos town
20min. drive by car to reach island's secondary port of Glossa.
40min. drive by car to Skopelos town
20min. drive by car to reach Glossa village.
700m. away lies the small settlement of N. Klima, where you may find all basic facilities such as small markets, restaurants, bakeries etc., but also a boat marina inside the small port.
40min. drive by car to the chapel of Ag. Ioannis (Mama Mia church)
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event Price|
1 Oct 2016 - 31 Oct 2016
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
Additional pricing information
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
In order to create a reservation, 20% of the total amount will be required as a deposit. The remaining amount should be deposited at least 2 days before the check out date.
All payments are realized through bank deposit/ transfer
Check in should be after 14:00 p.m.
Check out should be until 11:00 a.m.
Owner's Cancellation Policy
- Available arrival
From the Owner
“The views towards the Aegean Sea along with the sunsets, are really something not to be missed. Only 5min. walk to crystal clear waters... In terms of construction and quality, these are rare houses, inspired by local craftsmanship and tradition combined with modern and high quality living standards. The whole idea derived from my family's love to this place, so I think this is something all guests sense in a form of spontaneous and genuine hospitality. P.S.Don't miss my mother's pies and the fresh vegetables from our garden.:-)”
- Air Conditioning
Pool / Spa
- Outdoor Pool
- Toilet 1 - Toilet
- Shower room 1 - Shower Enclosure
- 3 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6
- Bedroom 1
- Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3
Learn more about this holiday rental at the owner's website
- Notes on accommodation: Pets are allowed after contacting the owner. Pool cleaning and house cleaning every 3 days is provided. The guests may find on check in day c-reals, milk, juice, butter, coffee, sugar, tea, toast bread. Additionally we offer local treats, local honey and handmade marmalade. The houses provide everything, from bed linen, towels, sunbeds, and devices such as hairdryers and kitchen equipment (coffee makers etc.) Outside: Each house has its own private swimming pool. 4mx7mx1.80(max. depth) are the dimensions for the big villa Laia, and 4x6x1.70 (max. depth) are the dimensions for the small villa Zoi. Both houses have outside furniture, tables, chairs, sundecks, barbeques and showers.