Villa Nereides is a brand new villa which sleeps 4 to 6 people and has a private pool with delightful picture postcard views. The villa is conveniently located close to the coastal road between Agnondas and Skopelos town.
The first impression, when entering Villa Nereides, is its modern look combined with classic features. Quality furnishings have been used throughout which raise Villa Nereides into a class of its own. Thick walls, made from local stone, help to keep the villa interior at a steady temperature even during the hot summer months.
On the ground floor there is a large living area, informal dining table, kitchen and sweeping stairs to the 1st floor. One bedroom, a double with private bathroom, is also located on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The kitchen is open plan and fully equipped and includes oven, coffee maker, kettle and toaster. The central island can be used to assist preparation or serving.
French doors lead to a balcony which overlooks the pool terrace and sea views beyond.
The open plan living area is furnished with comfortable sofa, television and CD player.
There is a master bedroom suite on the ground floor with wrought iron double bed, wardrobe and dressing table along with an en suite shower room.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms, one double and a twin which share a bathroom.
The villa has two bathrooms with showers, one on the ground floor and the other one upstairs.
The fresh water pool faces South and is perfect for a refreshing dip after a long lazy day in the sun. There is plenty of surrounding pool terrace for sunbeds and umbrellas.
Size: 8m x 4m
Depths: Shallow: 1.10m; Deep End: 1.80m
Air Condition 2 bedrooms and sitting room (1 bedroom without)
Sea view from all rooms
- Nearest beach 2 000 metres (less than 1 mins walk)
- Nearest taverna 2 000 metres (less than 1 mins walk)
- Nearest supermarket 2 000 metres (less than 1 mins walk)
- Car Hire Options: Skopelos Car Hire
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Villa Nereides is situated between two of the island's most perfect beaches, Agnondas and Stafilos with their famous tavernas. Agnondas is a quaint little fishing village where local fisherman can be watched hauling in their catch and taking it to the fish tavernas that line the waterfront.
Villa Nereides is also conveniently located just a few minutes drive from Skopelos town with its selection of shops, cafes and waterfront tavernas.
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Skopelos Town, postcard perfect, is likely to be your very first introduction to the island of Skopelos as it is the main port and entery to Skopelos. A collection of whitewashed houses with red roofs along norrow streets and alleys dotted with terracotta flower pots. The town is amphitheartically shaped around the fishing harbour that is fronted by tavernas and low-key bars. Those looking for quiet relaxation will be delighted where as those looking for disco bars will be, thankfully, left wanting!
Places Close By
Stafilos is one of the most popular beaches on the island as it is close to Skopelos Town. The beach is narrow but the surroundings are a delight. There is a footpath to Velanio beach, which is more remote, and often favoured by naturists.
Limnonari is a beautiful, unspoilt bay, surrounded by pine trees reaching up towards the hills. Like many of the bays on Skopelos, the pine trees grow right down to the water's edge, framing the sandy beach perfectly.
Milia, just North of Panormos, is in our opinion, the best beach on Skopelos. The beach is of fine sand and has just one little taverna
Panormos, just a short distance from Skopelos town, is a coastal village with a pebble beach boasting increadibly clear water which is perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
Glossa is one of the prettiest villages outside of Skopelos town. Situated in the North of the island it is arranged along a mountain ridge over the port of Loutraki. Most of the village has no cars, the only form of traffic being a donkey! The houses are brightly painted and famous for their wooden balconies (which were featured in the Mama Mia movie). Around the harbour of Loutraki is a selection of relaxing tavernas and bars.