Santorini Caldera detached house of 60 m2, in 3 levels with 2 bedrooms at the best point of the island with unlimited sea view and one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.
Every window offers a spectacular view to the sea and the cliffs. On the ground floor lies the spacious living room with access to the round terrace surrounding the mill. Downstairs there is also a lounge with sofa which can be easily converted into a double bed. The villa contains a highly ergonomic and fully equipped kitchen and a second bathroom with stone sink and shower stalls. The skylight windows make sure the room is illuminated with natural light.
The windmill was built in the early 1750s. It was a cylindrical building made of stone from the island’s soil with a conic roof made of straw. After the earthquake that hit Santorini in 1956, only ruins remained. In 2013 the windmill was restored, using the stones from the ruins and the architectural design that derived from old photographs of the mill. It was then modified in its interior to function as a modern luxurious villa that is today.
About Imerovigli: Imerovigli has views of the volcano, breathtaking sunsets and tranquility. There is a main square which leads up to the Caldera and the traditional hillside cave settlements. If you continue on the road to Oia, the lower plains of Imerovigli also have wonderful sunset east coast views.
The largest part of Imerovigli was destroyed in the 1956 volcano eruption. Some of the population perished, while others moved away to the mainland. Imerovigli has since then been restored and is home to some of the most beautiful hotels and traditional cave house settlements on the island.