Only a short drive from beautiful sandy beaches and water sports facilities, this modern, two storey villa is set in an elevated position surrounded by sun terraces and lawns. The villa enjoys spectacular views across vineyards and olive trees to the mountains and sea beyond.
Enjoy Cretan hospitality - and free coffee, wine and raki - at the café/bar within the resort and relax into a memorable family holiday.
An open plan, modern living area with complete modern furniture's and household equipment. Large picture windows at ground and first floor look out onto the swimming pool area. In the living room there is also a fireplace.
On the west side there is a modern, well equipped kitchen with a breakfast table and a small storage room which includes the washing machine , iron board etc. At the kitchen there are two sets of patio doors which are opening onto the pool area.
A open-plan modern, staircase which has view to the living room leads upstairs to the bedrooms.
Next to the living room is a separate, brightly decorated dining room with modern dining furniture and patio doors opening onto the terrace and the pool area.
On the upper level, there is a master bedroom with a double bed, a wall-mounted television and an en suite bathroom with Jacuzzi. There are two more bedrooms with twin beds, one with a shower bathroom also en suite in the same level and one with a bathtub on the ground floor. All bathrooms includes hair dryer. Linen are provided.
In the living room there are two sofas which can be used as single beds.
The villa is fully air-conditioned in all the rooms and includes many facilities such as a home cinema system, a satellite TV, and free Wi-Fi.
We can provide extra beds and baby-cots.
Further details concerning the outdoor space:
Large sun terraces furnished with sun loungers and parasols surround the 6 x 4.5m swimming pool which is accessed by ladder steps. There is a poolside shower. There is a barbecue for the guests to prepare delicious meals where they can enjoy at the patio dining table and chairs, while watching over the mountains, the old village of Skouloufia and the sea. The area is pleasantly landscaped with lawn areas and citrus trees. There is a private parking in the outdoor space of the villa
Check in after: 2:00 PM
Check out before: 11:00 AM
The village Skouloufia, where the complex of Salvia Villas is situated, is a focal point for anyone who is looking for interesting paths, as the big sandy beach of Stavromenos, in distance of 8 kilometers. The monastery of Arkadi, with a history, that is closely connected to the village. Anyone who visits Skouloufia, should definitely visit the Cavern of Melidoni too, which has big archaeological speleological and historical interest. Also the ancient town of Elefterna, that is located 3 km from Skouloufia. In the village there are many traditional cafes and tavernas, which are close enough to the streambed that has a lot of plants.
For someone who wants a more cosmopolitan way of entertainment they can visit the town of Rethymno, that is only 18 km away from the Skouloufia. Rethymno is a town that combines harmonically the past, by the maintenance of excellent monuments, with the present and the modern way of life.
The village Skouloufia had the name "Spilufia ", reportedly of the sources of 15th and 16th century and is well known from the years of Othoman domination in Crete and it has a rich history. Indicatively we mention, that Leonidas Bogiatzoglou came from this village as well as many other brave men who helped in the fight of Cretan people for freedom. Also from Skouloufia came the very beautiful slave Helen Volonaki, that became Sultana after her marriage with the Albanian Moustafa' Naili. He was known with the name "giritli", which means "the Cretan", because of his long time tarring at Crete.
Othomans so much in the village, as much as in entire Crete caused big destructions, like the holocaust of Arkadi, in which many men from Skouloufia participated.
Today there are many saved monuments, mainly Byzantine churches, as the monument of Agios Ioannis(Saint John), that his sarcophagus has engraved the chronology of 1531. The church of Virgin Mary, the church of Agia Paraskevi(Saint Friday). The renovation of small industry which used to reproduce oil, and which now represents with conformity, the entire traditional process of oil production.
Closest Beach: Stavromenos
Closest Beach Distance: 4km
Closest Restaurant Distance: 1km
Closest Shopping Point Distance: 4km
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