Villa Soraya / Agia Sofia
One Master Bedroom with double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub, small studio, private balcony, sea view
Two Guest Bedrooms with double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, direct access to pool terrace, sea view
One Guest Bedroom with lofted double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, independent entrance, sea view
One Guest Studio with double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, small lounge area, independent access, sea view
One Guest Bedroom with double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, independent access and interconnecting with the adjacent twin guest bedroom, sea view
One Guest Bedroom with joinable twin beds, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, independent access and interconnecting with adjacent double bedroom, sea view
Prices & Service
Booking price includes:
Seven nights luxury accommodation
Exclusive use of the villa and its facilities
Change of linen twice a week
This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.
Closest airport – Mykonos, 5 km
Closest port – Mykonos, 2 km
Closest town – Chora, 2,5 km
Closest beach – Agios Stefanos 2,5 km
Mykonos is a destination for all types of people. From jet setters to college students and families, Mykonos is Greece's most well-known and popular island and the people you see are from all walks of life, from every country. Everybody goes there, from Keith Richards to famous politicians, designers, newscasters, basketball players and coaches, kings, queens and commoners all make Mykonos their first choice in holiday destination. This is the Ibiza of Greece!
A beautiful island in the Cyclades, which looks just like the postcards: white little houses with flowers and blue windows and doors, hand painted streets, windmills, pigeon keepers, chimneys, lots of little churches and wonderful restaurants and cafes. The nightlife is very developed and you will see a lot of eccentrics especially at night time. It is a glamorous place for the rich and famous, which is painfully clear to whoever has a look at the prices on the menus.
Mykonos - according to mythology - was where Heracles killed the giants. The rocks around the island are supposedly their corpses!