With sweeping, sun-drenched views across Ftelia Bay and the headland beyond, a stay at this luxury villa is the stuff dreams are made of. From a distance, the charming, traditional white stone villa may look modest, but get up close and you’ll soon see it’s just as special as its views.
Villa Juno’s architecture has been expertly designed so that the building seems to blend seamlessly into the cliffside – with multi-level terraces cascading down to a large infinity pool, and the villa itself set into the rocks. From the infinity pool and surrounding terraces, look up and you’ll see a single storey whitewashed house, with pretty shuttered doors, a large bamboo-clad pergola and an open-air kitchen to one side.
Venture inside and the understated luxuries come to light. The villa’s main upper floor is made up of bright, light living spaces that connect through open archways. There is a stylish modern kitchen with large stone dining table, a chic Scandi-style living room with plenty of sofa space, and a smaller, tranquil nook for reading and relaxing.
On the upper level there also three en suite double bedrooms – all with access to the main terrace and similarly neutral, airy décor. Downstairs, there are two further en suite doubles, which both lead out to a patio with sea views. And even when the sea isn’t quite in sight, splashes of bright blue in the soft furnishings and the unique stone bathroom fittings remind you of your beautiful Greek setting.