Villa Harmony is perched high on the hillside overlooking the turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea and with its north east facing position, catches the early morning sunshine. This property is the architectural mirror image of villa Symphony and features much of the same living space and use of materials.
The main entrance opens to a two storey high living room which has many large windows that allow the flow of light and add to the general airy atmosphere of this modern villa. Talented local interior designer Stavroula Mauromataki, has tastefully decorated throughout the property with paintings and pottery unique to local Greek artists.
Both master and guest bedrooms feature the highest quality furnishings and fittings and aesthetic materials, ensuring the greatest of comfort throughout.
The outdoor area features a good size infinity swimming pool with characteristic Cimentogonia surfaces and a large seating/dining area covered with a technologically advanced pergola which creates both shade and lets in sunlight. Luxurious and sophisticated sun loungers adorn the spacious terrace giving you options for any time of the day.
Those seeking a combination of privacy, modern and comfortable living in stunning natural surroundings will find villa Harmony to be the ideal choice.
Sleep 5 guests
1 ground floor master bedroom with double bed, en-suite bathroom and climate control
1 first floor guest bedroom with double bed (can convert to twin), en-suite bathroom and climate control
Open plan living, dining and kitchen area
Facilities and Features
Parking space for two cars
Private infinity swimming pool with characteristic Cimentogonia surfaces
State of the art integrated, eco-friendly under floor cooling/heating system
Outdoor dining area
Climate control / flat screen TV / Wi-Fi / DVD player / sound system / satellite
Fully equipped kitchen
In house laundry facility
Linen and towels
Change of towels and linen, twice weekly
No smoking except in outdoor areas
Non-refundable deposit against breakages at time of booking
Balance payable 8 weeks prior to arrival
No pets allowed
Check in after: 2:00 PM
Check out before: 11:00 AM
Surrounded by beautiful landscape
The beautiful town of Kissamos is located 42 km west of Chania and it is the capital of the Kissamos county. Kastelli Kissamou is surrounded by beautiful landscape and has about 3.000 inhabitants.
Kissamos is not a crowdy tourist resort, its development is based mostly in the wine and oil produce, and the agricultural products. Kissamos is the center of production and trade of the famous Kissamos wine.
The climate of the area is excellent, with sunshine most of the year. Kastelli has evolved into quite a big town with all the comforts and the facilities that a town can offer.
There is regular public bus service from Hania to Kissamos.
From Kissamos harbor there is a regular ferryboat service to Gythion (Peloponnisos) and Kythira.
Kissamos is built along a wonderful sandy beach. It is located where the ancient city of Kissamos stood. With Kissamos as a starting point you can visit the archaeological sites of Falassarna and Polyrinia, the Gramvoussa isles (pirate isles), the beautiful Georges of Topolia, Sirikari, the lagoon of Balos, the medieval villages, etc. The crystal clear sea and the vast sandy beaches of Kissamos make your holiday a unique pleasure. South of Kissamos, at a distance of 7 kms., are the ruins of the ancient city of Polyrinia. Polyrinia is considered to be the oldest city that the Dorians built in Crete (following the Minoan Period).
One of its ports was Falasarna, the westernmost town in Crete. Polyrinia was a powerful city, its walls are still visible, and existed until the Byzantine period. Present day Polyrinia, is a small village, that is built with building materials from the ancient city.
As everywhere in Crete the history of Kissamos goes far back. The name Kissamos is of pre-hellenic origin and it was the name of an ancient community that existed in the same place. The ancient Kissamos was a marine and commercial center of the Western Crete, and it was one of the Polyrinia's ports. Ancient Kissamos flourished during the Roman period and continued to prosper during the early Byzantine period when it was an episcopical seat.
Kissamos was always a well fortified city, because due to its wealth and its location, was often under attack. The Venetians built the wall that parts of it are still standing inside the city. The Venetian fortress, Castelo, was the special characteristic of the city and thus the city was named after it Kasteli. Because in Crete there are many towns with the name Kasteli, it was named Kasteli Kissamou.
closest shop 0.5km
Change of towels and linen, twice weekly
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