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December 20, 2020

The Villa Experience: Here’s Why Villa Zeus is the perfect getaway in Mykonos

Villa Zeus, Mykonos Villas, Haute Retreats



A super luxury villa located in the area of Agia Sophia, conveniently located close to Mykonos town and the new port.

The villa overlooks the Aegean Sea. The eight bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and can accommodate up to sixteen guests.

Outside it features an infinity pool with spectacular views of the sea and the sunset.


The large swimming pool is surrounded by sun loungers where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean views. The interior features an elegant design completed with warm earthly colors, wooden details and beige and white linen and it truly makes every guest feel at comfortable.

The villa overlooks the Aegean Sea. The eight bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and can accommodate up to sixteen guests.

Outside it features an infinity pool with spectacular views of the sea and the sunset.



Villa Zeus, Mykonos Villas | Haute Retreats

The property expands on multiple levels. Guests enter from the highest level which hosts the parking area and leads to the upper level with the Hammam and gym facilities and the entrance to the first guest room (“Syros”) which features a mezzanine with an en suite double bedroom and a spacious wooden terrace with a built-in Jacuzzi (may be accessed from outside the bedroom too). The next level down (main/pool level) hosts the main outdoor area with the Infinity pool, the pool bar, a pool bathroom facility (shower and toilet) and the 2 main accommodation units on the left and right of the pool. The first unit hosts the kitchen and main living and dining area on the ground floor and 1 double bedroom (“Naxos”) on the first floor. Behind this unit is the Chef’s kitchen and staff facilities. The second unit hosts 2 double bedrooms (“Tinos” and “Andros”, optionally interconnected). Descending to the lower level, guests may find the bio garden on the left and enter a cave style passage on the right which exits to the guest houses area. This area hosts 5 independent guest houses with independent entrances (“Yaros”, “Baos”, “Rhenia”, “Delos”, “Paros”), a kitchenette for the guests of this level and the chapel. All guest houses are double except “Baos” which is single. In addition, “Delos” and “Rhenia” are optionally interconnected while “Rhenia” may also be set as a quadruple with the use of 2 roll-away pull-out beds. All units enjoy unobstructed sea sunset views.



Tourlos is a quite small, coastal village with white houses and beautiful flowers making it a truly magical scenery. Located on the north side of the island just 2,5 km from the town of Mykonos the village offers plenty of restaurants and bars.

Tourlos is famous for its organized cosmopolitan beach. Here the visitors can enjoy both swimmings as well as water sports. It used to be one of the less popular beaches, nowadays this has changed with the development of its commercial port and the public yacht harbor. Tourlos is a splendid option to dock your boat, motorboat or private yacht away from the crowds. If you don’t have one you can simply rent your boat here.
Many celebrities have chosen to build luxury accommodations and villas here so don’t be impressed if you see someone you know.

Nearest Airport:

Mykonos International Airport 4,6 km

Nearest Port: New Port 2 km

Nearest Town: Mykonos Town Center 2,5 km

Nearest Beach: Agios Stefano 2,8 km


Cruises • Restaurants • Playgrounds • Churches • Winery Tours • Water Sports • Swimming • Surf, Kite Surf • Yacht Charter • Safari Tours • Cinema • Museums • Bars • Beach Bars • Library • Marina • Water Parks • Scuba Dives • Golf • Fishing • Jet Skiing • Water Ski • Sailing • Tennis • Paragliding • Dive • Wind Surfing • Daily Cruise


The Mykonos Windmills

These would most likely have been built by the Venetians as long ago as the 16th century and are oriented to the north to catch the prevailing wind.

They were built close to the harbour to mill grain offloaded from ships to make it easier to transport.

Alefkandra (Little Venice)

It’s the waterside that gives Little Venice its nickname, where restaurants open on to a narrow path less than a metre above the sea and tables for couples line the way.


The island of Delos is just a couple of kilometres from the southwest coast of Mykonos and its excavations have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

If you’re up to scratch on Olympian Greek mythology you may know Delos as the birthplace of the twin gods Apollo and Artemis.

Elia Beach

It’s the longest beach on the island, and is the choice of gay tourists to Mykonos.

Ringed by arid slopes, Elia is a bay with golden sand at its centre and shingle beneath the low cliffs to the east.

Armenistis Lighthouse

Six kilometres north of Chora is a working lighthouse guiding traffic along the strait between Mykonos and neighbouring Tinos.

Positioned far above the water, this edifice was completed with an octagonal tower in 1891 and flashes a white signal every ten seconds.

It was raised in response to a disaster in which the Volta steam ship sank off the north coast of Mykonos in 1887, at the cost of 11 lives.

Church of Panagia Paraportiani

Just north of Little Venice, in the Kastro neighbourhood is the fascinating Church of Panagia Paraportiani.