• Santorini
  • 84700, Imerovigli


Stunning Villa Vinea overlooks the Aegean Sea, offers unforgettable sunrises and is located in the peaceful village of Imerovigli which lies between the busy town of Fira (2km) and Oia (9,5km).


The villa has an indoor area of 160 m2 and a total area of 300 m2 counting the terrace with its breathtaking 180 degrees view.

The decoration is elegant yet homely and creates the perfect atmosphere for relaxing the mind as well as the body. It consists of a living room with an amazing view, a fully equipped open plan kitchen, 3 spacious bedrooms (1 with en suite bathroom), a spacious living room and 2 more bathrooms.

Every room is equipped with air-condition and welcome amenities are provided.

The main terrace apart from the startling panorama of the Aegean Sea and the island itself, offers a shaded outdoor dining area, a Jacuzzi and chaise lounges for sunbathing, sunset and star gazing! The smaller verandas offer privacy and island aroma.

Villa Vinea tries its best to satisfy your technology needs and it provides high speed Wi-Fi, 2 televisions with satellite access and Hi-Fi CD/Radio with Bluetooth. A private parking space is at the House entrance.

As an additional service, we can arrange transportation from/to the airport or port, car rental, book excursions and make restaurant reservations.

We can also arrange for the services of a photographer, a yoga instructor or a private chef and assist you on renting a private yacht.

We are available 24/7 during your stay and we promptly answer all your queries.


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Santorini...The Big C

When you think of Greece it's likely your mind jumps straight to Santorini...


Imerovigli has views of the volcano, breathtaking sunsets and tranquility. There is a main square which leads up to the Caldera and the traditional hillside cave settlements. If you continue on the road to Oia, the lower plains of Imerovigli also have wonderful sunset east coast views.

The largest part of Imerovigli was destroyed in the 1956 volcano eruption. Some of the population perished, while others moved away to the mainland. Imerovigli has since then been restored and is home to some of the most beautiful hotels and traditional cave house settlements on the island.


The capital of Santorini, Fira is located on the west side of the island and it is built on top of cliffs, 250 meters from the sea, giving you the most amazing feeling that you are at the top of the world! In the end of the 18th century, the residents of Santorini had to leave the old capital of the island Pyrgos, and Fira became their new capital. Of course the earthquake in 1956 totally destroyed a part of the town and only a small part of the 18th century buildings survived the earthquake forming the today's island's shape that has stolen every traveler's heart.


The volcano of Santorini is undoubtedly the main attraction of the island as people from all over the world are annually visiting the island to see for their own the most popular and spectacular sight of Santorini. The volcanic activity that gave the island its shape and its intriguing geological structure are the first things that you notice and with no doubt you will want to explore it even more. This amazing greek island is a place of lovers: nature lovers, volcano lovers, sunset lovers and of course holiday lovers wishing to experience the most unforgettable holidays of their life!

Palaia Kameni

Palaia Kameni, or formerly Palaia Kadiena, is a small volcanic island in the center of the caldera of Santorini, which began to form with a volcanic eruption between 46-47 AD, initially creating the island of Divine. The area of ​​today is 0.525 km2. And its highest point is about 98.5 meters from the sea. Several hot springs are along the coast and during the summer a large number of tourists visit the island to swim in the yellow - from the sulfur - water. The main hot spring of the island is located in the bay of Agios Nikolaos.

New and Old Kameni have joined the NATURA 2000 Community Network of Protected Areas.

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