Unique Windmill Accommodation on Hill Overlooking the Aegean Sea in Milos, GreeceMilos Island, Southern Aegean (Greece)
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· Kid-friendly · Barbecue
This picturesque windmill not only sits on a hill overlooking the Aegean Sea, but it has an absolutely stunning interior, too, making for a truly unique accommodation in Milos, Greece. The white bedrooms with double beds set in ornate frames are accented by shining polished floorboards and pointed dome ceilings. Each of the two bedrooms also has its own private bathroom with a standing shower, as well as curving armoires and antique pottery decorating the shelves. The kitchen and salon rooms, which both have tables and chairs where guests can relax and eat, also have benches that are fitted to the curved walls. Every room has multiple windows with white linen curtains, allowing ample light to flood the windmill.
The stone terrace is furnished with a covered stone table and chairs, as well as additional reclining chairs, potted plants, and regional flowers lining the paths. The windmill is very private, but there is a large gate attached to the terrace which allows guests to descend from the hill and down to the village and nature below. Read More
- Private Lounge/Living room
- Safe box
- Double bed
- Shared Barbecue
- Dining table
- Air conditioning
The rustic windmill comes with two double beds, a fully stocked kitchen, and a long dining room table with a bench that overlooks the ocean and village below. There is an oven, refrigerator, and stove in the kitchen, as well as utensils. The living room, which has a television, seats six, and there are two private bathrooms off of each bedroom. The windmill also has a balcony with a dining table, a private yard, and space for cars. Linens, toiletries, and housekeeping services are all provided, and the windmill has internet access.Read More
Location + Surroundings
Located on the island of Milos off of the coast of Greece, this charming windmill is situated on the northernmost tip of landmass near Firopotamos Beach. The volcanic island is absolutely stunning, with jagged cliffs jutting out over the vibrant blue water of the Aegean Sea and bleached white villages dotting the coast. The island is 58 square miles in size, with rolling hills and deep valleys forming its scenic interior landscape. The area is quiet and relaxing, with plenty of beaches and coasts to explore without the interruption of crowds or many other tourists. Milos is rich with history and nature, so guests will have something new to experience in every corner of the island. Read More
- Water sports
Aside from relaxing on the terrace that looks out over the Aegean Sea, guests will find endless places to explore and things to do while staying on the island of Milos. Some of the Greece's most celebrated beaches are within driving distance, like Kleftiko Beach or Firiplaka Beach, which are both on the southern coast of the island. The island is also home to a medley of coastal fishing villages, where glampers can find authentic, local cuisine and small bars where they can enjoy a glass of wine and a Mediterranean meal with a view.
Guests will also enjoy Milos' many historical sites, like the Old Sulfur Mines at Paliorema and the ruins of the Ancient Roman Theatre. Glampers can book public ferries or private boat tours to other nearby islands in the region as well, and there are many opportunities for fishing, skiing, and swimming all around the island.
- Check-in: 01:00 p.m.
- Check-out: 11:00 a.m.
- Infants allowed Under 2 years old
- Children allowed 2-12 years old
- No smoking
- No parties
- Some spaces are shared
- The host does not offer refunds once a booking is confirmed.
Children are welcome.
This property is non-smoking and not pet-friendly.