These villas were co-financed by the European unio n and have won praise from visiting tourism experts.
About the villa
The villa is set out on a single level on the first floor. The interior is 90 m2 with a larger, paved veranda of 36 m2 with a pergola, looking northwest. There are two patios, one on the east next to the 32 m2 swimming pool, and one on the west forming an extension to the veranda.
The equipment and services provided are exactly the same as those of the Villa Alcestis.
Each villa is independent, ensuring full privacy with its own surrounding area, its own verandas, patios and greenery, its own swimming pool and its own parking spaces.
Between the two bedrooms is the central bathroom with a hydromassage bathtub, marble surfaces and all the necessary accessories.
The veranda opens on to a spacious sitting room of 18.5 m2 with a view of the sea and the beautiful surrounding countryside.
The sitting room is decorated in light colours and the furniture is inspired by the Cretan traditional style.
Each bedroom includes:
Double bed or two singles with feather pillows and anatomic Coco Mat mattresses
Two bedside tables with table lamps
100% cotton towels in various sizes
Bathrobes & slippers
21-inch satellite TV and DVD player
The sitting room includes:
Luxury sitting room with sofa, armchairs and traditional low table.
31-inch satellite TV and DVD player
Dual line telephones
Full sound system
Opening on from the sitting room is the kitchenette, equipped with:
Large table seating six
Cooker and stove with air-extractor
Full set of kitchen equipmen
All the rooms contain separate air-conditioning units.
The island of Crete, with all its natural and historical attractions, is a fascinating destination. Its wonderfully varied landscape, fantastic beaches and crystal-clear sea, pleasantly mild and healthy climate, picturesque villages in the interior and pretty seaside towns, historical monuments and internationally-acclaimed antiquities from Minoan palaces to Byzantine monasteries and Venetian castles, all go to make up a rich and impressive environment offering a wide range of choices.
The picturesque seaside village of Mohlos lies on the north coast of Crete, 33 km east of Agios Nikolaos and the same distance west of Sitia.
The inhabitants have been farmers and fishermen since antiquity, while the tourism industry is a more recent occupation. The village has very good tavernas, mini markets, cafes, bars, car hire companies, etc. The islet of Mohlos, just 200 metres offshore, is an important archaeological site, with the remains of one of the greatest harbours and naval centres of Minoan Crete. Fabulous treasures have been brought to light there since excavations began at the turn of the last century.
The nearby villages are clean and pretty, preserving the traditional way of life, while the inhabitants are courteous and hospitable. Here too you will find tavernas, cafes and small shops. Various religious festivals are celebrated in the villages, along with traditional fiestas and cultural events.
The small hotel complex stands above Mohlos, providing a supremely restful, relaxing and revitalising environment. Every visitor comments that, apart from the magnificent view, Mohlos has its own inspiring atmosphere and a mysterious positive, invigorating energy. Considered to be one of the loveliest landscapes in the world, Mohlos has enthusiastic fans in every country.