Anemomilos

Hotel - Apartments
in Oia, Santorini, Greece

 


Anemomilos in Oia, Santorini

Anemomilos (windmill) is located in Santorini's northern village called Oia, perhaps the most beautiful village on the island. It is 11 km away from Fira, the capital of the island, only 1 km away from the center of the village, whereas the beach is 4 km away.

Anemomilos Hotel which is covered with the traditional island colors, offers comfortable rooms with their own balcony and spectacular views of the sunset. The apartments, which are also built according to the traditional cycladic architectural style, have all the modern facilities necessary to offer you a pleasant and unforgettable stay. All the apartments with a fully equipped kitchenette, bathroom and an autonomous veranda overlooking the Caldera and the unrivaled sunset.

 


Anemomilos apartments interior


Anemomilos facade and swimming pool

Anemomilos swimming pool by night

Anemomilos' premises include a superb swimming pool for adults as well as a smaller one which is ideal for children. At the pool bar you can have a drink while enjoying the unique sunset of Oia. Anemomilos restaurant serves traditional Greek dishes accompanied by the well-known wines made in Santorini's vineyards.

Other facilities: Parking, pets allowed.

Area: Oia (or Ia) is a fascinating village built on the edge of the cliff. One of the most outstanding spots on the rim of Caldera. With its interesting traditional architecture (cave houses) and the famous sunset, offers unique scenery and atmosphere. For dining and entertainment there are very good local tavernas, restaurants and bars. Two beautiful beaches are situated nearby. For sightseeing, one can visit the famous maritime museum.


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