Villa Aigina

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Skopelos, Greece
1 reviews
  • Villa Type: Entire home
  • Guests: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
This newly built villa was made to a high specification with spacious , light and airy rooms.


  • Accommodates: 4 guests
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Double room: 1, Twin room: 1
  • Bathrooms: 2

The Neighborhood

  • Nearest supermarket (or shop of any kind) is in Glossa, which is about 10 minutes drive from the villa
  • Skopelos Town is at 40 minutes drive


  • Air Conditioning
  • TV
  • Internet
  • Swimming pool
  • Linens provided
  • Washing machine
  • Towels provided
  • Iron & board
  • Hair dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Oven, Microwave
  • Coffee maker


  • Cleaning service once a week
  • Bed-linen and towels changed once a week
  • Pool maintenance
  • Concierge service


from to daily price minimum stay
01 May 2021 04 Jun 2021 €175 7 nights
05 Jun 2021 30 Jun 2021 €200 7 nights
01 Jul 2021 31 Aug 2021 €315 7 nights
01 Sep 2021 30 Sep 2021 €230 7 nights
01 Oct 2021 31 Oct 2021 €175 7 nights
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  • 7 nights minimum stay
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Amazing stay
The Villa itself is incredibly well equipped with furnishings and fittings being first class. The whole place had a lovely relaxed/homely feel to it with the views over the other islands being quite breathtaking. Due to Westerly direction you enjoy wonderful evening warmth and sunsets (circa 20.30 in July). The Pool was a perfect temperature and heavily used noting comment above! Part of the attraction of course is the fact that the Villa is very secluded. However, this does mean in reality (with Summer heat) you cannot really walk anywhere. We found that you just needed to plan day's out so that you did everything in one sitting. The whole Island in July did have a significant issue with Wasps - everywhere. On the positive side the Villa has a very good window/door netting systems so they cannot penetrate. On the other hand had no issue with Mosquitos in morning/evening. Skopelos town itself (especially the older town) is very quaint and has a nice friendly feel to it. Numerous tavernas are at the front but we found the better restaurants were off the front and particularly enjoyed Zoupa, Olivio and Anna's in that order. Closer to the Villa is Agnanti in Glossa, also good albeit felt very formal - a bit more like a London restaurant than a Greek Isle. Our days were spent at various beaches and as we stayed in Skopelos town the first week before Villa Aigaio in Glossa the second we were able to reach most. Our favourites were Kastani/Milia (the former with an excellent beach bar), Agios Ioannis Kastri (bit of a tourist trap - but when the beach empties it is quite superb) Perivoliou/Hondrogiorgi (to the North and thus really easy to reach from Villa but less busy and very much untouched), Armenopetra (lovely views back to Glossa) and Stafylos. Spent half a day wondering around the Monasteries to the east of Skopelos town - worth doing and following T1 trail route as far as you can - it was hot! Agnondas (lovely fresh squid but can't remember restaurant name) and Neo Klima (pleasant marina and Oasis restaurant - good vegetarian options - the Courgette fritters and Briam both great) made great lunchtime stops. Overall a super time and thanks once again to our hosts (Mahi provided us with some excellent advice about ferry transfers/car hire/restaurants) and to Eleni and her husband for greeting us and being available for questions.


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