Peerless luxury above Santorini's caldera
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Erosantorini may look like the very image of a Greek island resort but come closer and you’ll find a world of unexpected details that make a bold statement in the luxury arena. Designed by Milan-based designer Paola Navone, the estate is awash in a palette of mainly whites and grays, with her trademark jolt of the unexpected coming in many forms, including painted carpets on a concrete deck next to an infinity pool that cascades over three levels. A rarity on Greek islands, Erosantorini—conceived and created by Athens-based x2 Architecture—is open year-round and hence guests discover dramatic floating fireplaces, heated flooring, and heated outdoor Jacuzzis; the property is also augmented by a rare, underground sound system. Perched on a 300-meter cliff overlooking Santorini’s iconic caldera on a lush 8000-square-meter estate, the estate presents a spa that showcases the glorious surroundings and offer a rich menu of treatments, a traditional hammam, and an “emotional shower”. There’s also a private chapel, a wine cellar, and a cinema under that cerulean Greek sky to complete the stunning picture.
Restaurants & Bars
The 5-room property offers the following:
Sea to Table - join the chef on his daily fishing expedition and watch him prepare the catch
Beach or Vineyard Picnics - custom picnics prepared by the chef
Garden to Table - join the chef in the kitchen garden for fresh options
Traditional Barbecue - fish or meat prepared in the classic Greek way
Cooking Classes -