Villa Jasmine is situated to the south of the island of Syros and boasts breathtaking views over the Aegean Sea. The mesmerising islets of Schinoniso and Stroggyli dominate the foreground, and on the horizon the islands of Sifnos, Serifos, Kithnos and Kea (Tzia) can be spotted. Every evening visitors are treated to magical sunsets. This special location offers guests all the conveniences of the nearby villages of Poseidonia and Foinikas yet the privacy and seclusion that one needs in order to unwind and relax. Set on a generously sized plot, Jasmine has a carefully sculpted garden with plants such as lavender, rosemary and thyme blending into the surrounding nature. The recently constructed villa accommodates 12 people in 6 ensuite bedrooms. The infinity pool is surrounded by a spacious deck where one can soak up the sun or lounge under one of the shady pergolas. Two of the island’s best beaches – Komito and Agathopes – are located within walking distance. If visitors wish to experience the refreshing waters of the Aegean they can reach these beaches within minutes by following a footpath through the garden to the coastline.
For larger groups, Villa Jasmine can be rented together with Villa Tierra. The villas are close to each other but each is completely private.
Villa Jasmine lies on a plot of 2.5 acres and was designed by Syros-based architect Giorgos Evripiotis. The villa is spread over two floors with a total indoor space of 360sqm and outdoor space of 630sqm. The 6 ensuite bedrooms sleep 12 people and have high ceilings, air-conditioning and central heating. The property has 8 bathrooms.
Aside from the indoor lounge and dining areas there are several outdoor spaces for entertaining – including a large barbecue and eating area under a pergola adjoining the kitchen. There are also two pergolas near the 100sqm pool, one of which has a bar and lounge area. This property is ideal for large groups or families.
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EOT: 1134333 & 1141996
You will be charmed immediately by its impressive architecture which is unique in Cyclades! This is the island where Greek tradition and western influence come to a harmonious marriage. Ermoúpoli (meaning “the city of Hermes”) is the island’s capital town and has been the first important trade and industrial centre of the country in the 19th century. Evidence of this glorious past can be seen on public buildings (the City Hall, the Customs Office, “Apollo” theatre), on the neoclassical houses and at the beautiful squares. Due to its economic activity, Ermoúpoli has been called “Manchester of Greece” and the history of its years of blossom is exhibited in the Industrial Museum.
The medieval quarter of the Roman Catholic community and the fortress-like St George’s cathedral are on St George hill, also named Áno Sýros (meaning upper Sýros). Go up the stairs to the top of the hill and through the narrow streets, by the traditional whitewashed houses, the archways and the open spaces with a breathtaking view of the island.
The great number of beautiful beaches will delight the sea and sand lovers: Vári, Foínikas, Yalissás and Kíni, as well as Possidonia or Dellagrazia, the beach of a village with many neoclassical mansions with colourful orchards.
Sýros is well-known for its gastronomic peculiarities. Halva pie (a pie made of thyme honey and roasted almonds), loukoúmi (a delight made of water, starch and sugar), “loosa” ham, fennel sausages and the San Mihalis spicy cheese (appellation d’origine contrôlée/”protected designation of origin”) will no doubt satisfy even the most demanding taste buds.
Internationally acclaimed festivals are held on Sýros, offering a wide range of choices and covering any taste, e.g. The International Cyclades Music Festival, the Classical Music Festival, the Ermoupólia and the Musical May.
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