Villa Aleomandra

  • Location: Beach / Coast
    Private beach: A few steps from the villa
    Restaurants: In easy walking distance
    Mikonos Town: 5km (13 mins by car)
    Ornos town for fresh fish from the market: 2km (5 mins by car)
  • Mykonos International Airport (JMK): 6km (15 mins by car)
    Mykonos port: 8km (17 mins by car)
    Airport transfer included
    Car recommended
    Free parking

You’ll stay in a stunning villa with its own beachfront a few steps away from the infinity pool.
You’ll also have your own private chef and some excellent restaurants within easy walking distance.
And if you want to reach the crowd, Mykonos town is only a few minutes away.

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An introduction to Villa Aleomandra

How would you describe Villa Aleomandra in a nutshell?

Villa Aleomandra is an oasis in Mykonos with its own private beach and all the facilities you would expect of a high-end Cycladic house. It feels remote, with a beautiful garden and sunset views, but is within walking distance of several towns, restaurants and beaches. 

What is the story behind Villa Aleomandra, what was your inspiration to create it?

I bought the land in 1998 when there was nothing in the area. I was impressed by the magical sunsets and the views of Delos, an ancient island with strong energy.

We started doing the plans and landscaping in 2006 and completed the house in 2009. It was originally intended as a family house, with just four bedrooms, but over the years, I have expanded it to include six bedrooms. However, it doesn’t feel like a big house because all of the rooms are spread across the 900-square-metre site. 

How would you describe the atmosphere and interior design of Villa Aleomandra?

We renovated the house in 2020 to create more of an international/Miami design aesthetic while retaining the Cycladic feel of the exterior and garden. The landscape is very Greek, with herbs like rosemary and oregano planted alongside olive trees, from which we make our own olive oil. 

To you personally, what is so special about Villa Aleomandra?

It’s special to me because I put a lot of time into building and designing the property. It’s been a place where our family has made lots of beautiful memories with friends and where we’ve watched the children grow up. 

I also love it because there is always something to do, both day and night, so you don’t have to go anywhere if you don’t want to. Sailing boats and ferries are always moving through the passage in front of the house and I like to sit out on the verandah just enjoying the views and the sea. The light is also very beautiful and you have the garden around you — this is what makes it an oasis. 

Living area
Living area
Living area
Pool area and private beach
Dining area
Dining area
Work space
Bathroom and hot tub
Hot tub
Terrace and views
Pool and views
Pool area
Aerial view
Aerial view
Aerial view

Villa Aleomandra rooms & rates

From the parking area, a staircase leads down to the villa and you enter through a large door into the living room. It has high ceilings and a big sofa, with a verandah on the left-hand side that offers sea views. Also on this level is the master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, shower and jacuzzi, as well as a walk-in closet, office and private outdoor sitting area. 

On the other side of the living room is the kitchen, which connects to a backyard area where you can have breakfast while being protected from the sun and wind. In front of the kitchen are two big tables that can seat up to 20 people for lunch or dinner. Outside the living area, we also have an outdoor cinema where you can watch movies or Netflix on the wall in the evenings. 

On the top floor of the main building are two guest rooms with ensuite bathrooms while on the lower level is a huge TV room with a games table, a gym, a laundry and another bedroom. 

From the car park, you can also see the loft-style guesthouse that can accommodate up to four people and has a huge bathroom. Behind this residence, we also have a smaller guesthouse in the garden where the olive trees are. 
 If you walk down through the landscaped gardens from the main house, you arrive at the swimming pool, which has a bar, outdoor showers and an entertainment area. As you continue towards the sea, there’s a gate that leads down to the sandy beach, which is private for the house. We have daybeds and an umbrella that guests can use. A short walk to the left takes you to a larger beach.  


Ground Floor

  • Bedroom 1 (master) (50 sqm): 1 double bed, A/C en suite bathroom with double sinks & shower, walk-in closet, exterior jacuzzi, terrace with sun-loungers, study room, sea view & sunset view

First floor

  • Bedroom 2 (25 sqm): 2 single beds/convertible in 1 double bed, A/C, en suite bathroom with double sinks & shower, veranda with sun-loungers, sea view & sunset view
  • Bedroom 3 (22 sqm): 1 double bed, A/C, en suite bathroom with shower, veranda with sun-loungers, sea view & sunset view

Lower floor

  • Bedroom 4 (50 sqm): 1 double bed & 1 single bed, A/C, en suite bathroom with shower, sea view, independent access
  • Staff room 1: 2 single beds & bathroom
  • Staff room 2: 1 set of bunk beds, A/C

Guest House 1

  • Bedroom 5 (70 sqm): 2 double beds, A/C, large en suite bathroom with double showers and double sinks, sea view & sunset view, independent access.

Guest House 2 (available only upon request)

  • Bedroom 6: 1 double bed, A/C, en-suite bathroom with shower, kitchenette, sea view, independent access.
  • Villa Aleomandra for 12-16 people / 900 m²
    5500 / night
    • 6 Double bedrooms
    • 6 Shower rooms (ensuite)
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 2 Other rooms
    • 4 Extra beds (on req.)
    • 2 Baby cots (on req.)
    • Terrace
    • Sea view
    • Air conditioning
Included in the rates
Rates include: In-house chef for breakfast & 1 meal per day, Daily maid service, Change of linens twice a week, Property guard, Bathroom amenities, Cooking basics, Assistance with luggage at the villa on arrival & departure, Pool & outdoors maintenance, Car, ATV & scooter rental booking assistance, Pick-up/drop-off at airport, port or the villa, 24/7 assistance during your stay
Optional extras
On request: Grocery shopping/delivery
, Airport transfers
, Private chef & catering for all meals, Massage, hairdresser, beauty treatments, Extra maid service, Security service & bodyguard
, Butler, waiter, barman & other staff, Boat hire & tours with RIB, motor yacht & sailboat, Helicopter tour & transfer, private jet charter
, Gym, Yoga, Pilates & fitness with personal trainer, Event organization, Ferry boat & plane ticket booking
, Help to unpack & pack suitcases
Children & Extra beds
Children of all ages are welcome as this is a family house.
Minimum stay
7 nights
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 11:00
Closed November to April

Facilities & services

  • Air conditioning
  • Terrace
  • Children welcome
  • Swimming pool
  • Concierge service
  • WiFi
  • Garden
  • Washing machine
  • TV
  • Business / Remote work facilities
  • Music system
  • BBQ area
  • Toys for kids
  • Iron & Board
  • Gym
  • Movies/DVDs

Aside from cleaning services, we have a fully equipped kitchen and a chef who can prepare two or three meals a day, depending on guests’ needs, and she can also do the grocery shopping. All of our staff have been with the family for many years, so when guests stay, it’s not like being at a hotel. Part of the reason why guests feel so at home in the house is that the people who work there have been there since the beginning. 

We can also assist with restaurant bookings or recommend concierge services in Mykonos who can take care of organising tours and itineraries. 


  • Beachfront property 
- Western orientation 
- Sunset view 
- Infinity saltwater swimming pool (7x14 sqm)

  • Mirror pool with loungers

  • Outdoor dining area at the pool level

  • Outdoor dining area at the main terrace
  • Breakfast/dining area by the kitchen
  • Dining table at the pool
  • Home cinema
  • Outdoor cinema projector & sound system

  • Day-beds and sun loungers 
- Outdoor shower and WC
- Outdoor bar

  • Direct access to the beach
  • Wi-Fi (indoor & outdoor) 
- Satellite TV
- DVD player 
- Sonos sound system indoors and outdoors
  • Fully equipped kitchen with Smeg appliances 
- Ceiling fans
  • Air conditioning

  • Gym area
  • Generator

  • Smart Samsung TV with Apple TV
  • Billiard

  • Baby foot 
- Treadmill and spinning bicycle
  • Floor heating 
- HVAC heating and cooling system
  • Private parking 
- Staff quarter occupied by the live-in staff 
- Laundry room
  • Playroom area
  • Security guard room at property’s entrance

Things to do in Mykonos & Aleomandra

  • Night life
  • Massages / Treatments
  • Yoga classes
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Horseback riding
  • Scuba diving
  • Sailing / Kayaking
  • Boat trips
  • Fishing

Mykonos is renowned for its beaches where you can swim and socialise during the day, as well as its nightclubs. But there are also great museums, boutique shops and excellent restaurants. Many guests like to take boat tours to explore the surrounding coastline and islands. 

The location of Villa Aleomandra

The good thing about Villa Aleomandra is that it’s not far and it’s not close. We are on a peninsula in an area of Mykonos that feels like an island on the island. In 20 minutes, you can walk to the restaurants and boutiques of Mykonos Town while the airport is around a 15 minutes drive from the property. Closer is the village of Ornos, which is just a 10 minutes walk away if you want to buy a newspaper or fresh fish from the market. Surrounding the villa are mostly upmarket residences and a few hotels, as well as several high-end restaurants. 

The location offers extreme privacy plus some of the most enviable sunsets on Mykonos. This peninsula is the closest land point to the sacred island of Delos, and has picturesque views of this and other nearby Cycladic islands.

When is the best time to visit Mykonos?

I love May, June and September — up until October is beautiful. July/August is a more social period on Mykonos but because the house feels like an oasis, you don’t really notice it. We don’t rent Villa Aleomandra between November and April because this is the time we do renovations and prepare the house for the following season.