The exquisite beauty of Cycladic architecture is reflected throughout Villa Diane, an exclusive Alaiomandra property with a pool and walled gardens. Its white stone walls with blue shutters pay tribute to the ancient culture of Mykonos. The three-bedroom, three-bath residence is close to the deep blue waters of the Aegean sea and welcomes up to six guests. Mykonos Town is approximately 3km away.
You'll feel immediately relaxed in Villa Diane, a charming, private villa that offers excellent indoor and outdoor living and exclusivity.
The villa's resort aesthetic and design instantly transform its guests into a sense of relaxed holiday living. Its all-white style is refreshing; its interiors and outdoor areas have been designed to enhance guests' comfort. It feels like a private resort all to one's self!
The villa's lovely main space is an open floorplan that flows to include the living room with two sofas, a television, a fireplace, and the dining room.
The spacious, eat-in kitchen is adjacent to the main living space. It is equally charming and well-equipped for those who like to prepare meals on holiday. Basic cooking necessities such as dishes, cutlery, cups, and a coffeemaker are included. There are full-sized appliances, including a stove, oven, and refrigerator.
Each of the three bedrooms is well-appointed to enhance your sleeping environment throughout your stay. A comfortable queen bed with all the bed linens in each bedroom helps ensure a good night. We provide towels for each guest. Also included are a hairdryer, shampoo, soap, and toilet paper. Each bedroom offers ample space for your things as well. Our wish is to ensure a comfortable stay.
Villa Diane offers an exquisite outdoor lifestyle. Gorgeous walled gardens ensure privacy while providing an exclusive outdoor experience. A stone terrace extends from the home to include gardens, open-air dining, a grill, and a pool. It's a mini-resort unto itself! Guests can flow easily between indoor and outdoor living. Choose from the covered outdoor sitting area, covered dining and grilling area, or sunning by the pool. Children can enjoy running around in the garden.
The nearby beaches offer tantalizing turquoise waters just a few minutes away if you tire of the pool.
Free parking is just outside the house on-premises.
Free wifi lets you catch up on emails. The home is air-conditioned. The villa has smoke alarms, a fire extinguisher, and a first aid kit for your safety.
There are markets in Ornos should you need to buy other supplies.
The charming village and sandy beach of Ornos are a few minutes away. Ornos is situated on a narrow isthmus between two sandy beaches. The strong north winds of Korfos Beach make it a popular place for kitesurfing. The sheltered cove of Ornos Beach on the southside offers protection from the strong north winds. There are sun loungers with umbrellas on the beach. You can take a boat from Ornos to nearby beaches and the island of Delos, known for its archaeological ruins.
For a more different experience, venture into the jet-set town of Mykonos. The narrow and charming cobblestone pedestrian streets are lined with white stone buildings typical of Cycladic architecture. By day, you can poke around in the shops. By night, the town offers a vibrant and busy nightlife.
Ornos has more than a dozen traditional Greek tavernas, bars, and restaurants for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. There is also a supermarket alongside a great bakery and a pharmacy.
Aegean Maritime Museum: The museum aims to undertake the preservation, promotion, and study of Greek maritime history and tradition and specializes in the merchant-ship history of the Aegean Sea.
Windmills of Kato Mili: Iconic seaside windmills constructed in the 16th century with wood-&-straw rooftops.
Lena's House Folk Museum: Museum featuring a traditional Mykonian home with furnishings & objects.
Paralia Kalo Livadi: A nearby beach with quiet, crystal-clear waters.
There is a jet-set and vibrant nightlife, great restaurants and tavernas, beaches, and history. The activity centers around the town of Mykonos itself. Whatever reason brings you to the island, you'll find plenty to do and enjoy while on Mykonos.
Here are a few must-visit sites:
* Panayia Paraportiani
* Castle (above the harbor)
* Museums: Archaeological, Folklore, and Maritime
* Matoyánni Street
* Alefkántra or "Little Venice"
* Áno Merá/historic monastery of Panayia Tourliani
* North-facing beaches for windsurfing
* Boat tours