Cyclades Villa

  • Location: Beach / Coast
    Kolibithra beach: 7km (10 mins drive)
    Tinos for shops and restaurants: 9km (15 mins drive)
  • Mykonos Airport (JMK): 30 mins by ferry from Tinos port
    Port of Rafina near Athens: 4 h by ferry/2 h by highspeed boat
    Car recommended
    Free parking
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An introduction to Cyclades Villa

How would you describe Cyclades Villa in a nutshell?

Cyclades Villa is a charming holiday rental home on Tinos Island, Greece, a quiet retreat and an ideal place if you are seeking a holiday away from the tourist crowds.

It’s a cubical building at first sight but with many soft curves inside and outside, if we translate it in the context of feelings it could be describes as a ‘coud de foudre’ with gentle caresses…

Why did you decide to rent the villa to holiday guests?

Sometimes life has many surprises, the decision was influenced again from my professional domain. It is like art: when my artists finish a work it takes them some time to feel ready to sell it, share it with someone else. As I renovated this house by myself, I took the place of the creator and I felt ready to share its beauty with complete strangers. So I broke the distance between birth and the freedom of sharing — a lovely feeling.

Tell us about the architecture and the renovation of the villa please.

The renovation was made with extreme respect to the materials and we kept everything as it was. It was important to respect, analyze and leave the details that existed — all those small but so wise mistakes that the anonymous architect of the time made in order to make everyday life more practical and useful. These mistakes make the Cycladic architecture so human.

How would you describe the style of Cyclades Villa?

Historically, Tinos is an island that was occupied by the Venetian nobility. As a result a tiny sense of bourgeois life and style remained from that time. That element was always visible in the living room decoration, which was the space most open to the social life of the house. Witness to this are the handmade carpets, the velvet on the sofa and etchings on the walls etc... So I would rather define it as eclectic rather than anything else.

The rooms in the private part of the holiday home were more simple, just with the essentials but always with some religious symbols such as crosses, an image of Madonna or Christ.

You’re an art dealer from Athens, what was your inspiration to buy a villa on Tinos Island and restore it?

It was an energy feeling like the one you feel in front of a piece of art that fascinates you. After years of experience I’ve learned to respect it and from the moment I felt it, I decided to buy it. It was a very quick decision considering that I saw the house only from the outside without entering it at all.

How would you describe the Cycladic lifestyle?

The real Cycladic life does not have a style, things are simple, human and real.

What has been the biggest reward about renting out Cyclades Villa to holiday guests?

For me the most important is that through this experience I get to meet people who share the same values and beauty. You finally understand that no matter who someone is or where he comes from, we all embrace the truth the same way and unify differences to make the world seem small…

Living area
Living area
Dining area

Cyclades Villa rooms & rates

On the upper level is the living room leading to two verandas, one with a view of the garden and the other with a big marble table at the rear end of the garden. Also on this level is a bedroom, a bathroom and the kitchen.

A steep old stair made from big marble steps leads to the lower level where you find the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom. A small hallway leads to the other two bedrooms, the central bathroom and the laundry room.

All amenities are provided as part of the holiday rental such as TV, DVD, CD players, WiFi from June to September, dishwasher, washing machine, solar boiler, central heating, a fireplace and everything else a normal house offers.

  • Cyclades Villa for 6-8 people / 260 m²
    470 / night
    • 1 Twin bedroom
    • 2 Double bedrooms
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 2 Shower rooms
    • 2 Living rooms
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 3 Other rooms
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)
    • 2 Sofabeds (on req.)
    • 2 Baby cots (on req.)
    • Terrace
    • Balcony
    • Fireplace
Included in the rates
Rates are for up to 6 persons (adults and children) including cleaning twice a week and a change of linen once a week. Any extra person is charged EUR 70 per week. A cleaning fee of EUR 50 is included in every booking.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome.
Minimum stay
7 nights
Check in time
after 10:00
Check out time
before 12:00

Facilities & services

  • Terrace
  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • TV
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Washing machine
  • Central heating
  • Courtyard
  • Music system
  • Movies/DVDs
  • Toys for kids
  • Iron & Board
  • Hair dryer

Things to do in Cyclades & Tinos Island

  • Art / Culture
  • Wine tastings
  • Massages / Treatments
  • Yoga classes
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Sailing / Kayaking
  • Boat trips

The location of Cyclades Villa

Tinos Island is a special place. The nature here is fabulous and something that everyone should explore — walking through the lovely paths between the villages you can see amazing sceneries. For years Orthodox and Catholics have been living together sharing the same religion, which makes you feel like a citizen of the world.

Loutra is a lovely calm place. It is where Jesuits chose to build an old big monastery and the Ursulines opened the first private school for girls in Greece. Loutra also has its own folk museum with many interesting things and the garden of the Ursoulines school is where during summer a music festival is held. In Loutra you can feel isolated but at the same time things happen near you.

When is the best time to visit Cyclades?

Anytime is the right time. Summer is of course ideal for a beach holiday, spring is an orgasm of nature, autumn is colourful and winter is most of the time foggy and grey — offering plenty of mystery. Make your choice…