EROSANTORINI is a 2-acre retreat, perched 1,000 feet above the sea, ideally located for exploring the island’s many treasures. During the winter months, EROSANTORINI can host up to 10 adults and 4 children, ideal for couples looking for an intimate retreat or taken exclusively for groups of friends and families.
Each suite has been beautifully designed to the highest specifications with magnificent views across the Aegean Sea. Each featuring private and semi-private spaces for outdoor living in every season, with floating fireplaces, heated private plunge pool and outdoor heated Jacuzzis. Timeless design lets the mind-blowing views take centre stage. The black, white, and grey palette and cubist structures reflect the stark landscape and vernacular architecture, but the vibe is anything but traditional.
The two-acre plot enjoys total privacy – the ultimate luxury on Santorini, where most cliffside suites are packed cheek by jowl. You could laze by the angular infinity pool all day, watching clouds and cruise ships drift by, until sunset bleeds into the horizon. Santorini’s cosmopolitan capital, Fira, is just over a mile (two kilometes) away. Postcard-pretty Oia is a precipitous nine-mile (14 km) drive. Transfers to the port (five miles/eight kilometres) or airport (three miles/five kilometres) are included in your stay.
The team at EROSANTORINI is on hand to cater to guests’ every wish with an abundance of ‘philotimo’ - the Greek philosophy of boundless hospitality. From the private chefs who create bespoke dining experiences for every of friends getting together on such special occasions to the host and concierge who are on hand to assist with arranging off-site activities, child minding, spa treatments, trekking, horse riding and so much more.
The island is welcoming all year round, thanks to its southerly location. A most clement weather, warm and sunny, with an average temperature of 15c, makes it an ideal destination for exploring the local flora and fauna and dramatic landscape, including the volcano, its impressive caldera and picturesque cliffside villages interconnected by winding hiking paths, either on foot or by a more traditional mode of transport, on donkey back.
Enjoy the island’s multitude of museums and archaeological sites almost entirely to yourself, as well as unobstructed views of the glorious scenery. Visitors can immerse themselves in the more ‘local’ atmosphere, exploring quaint villages and the island’s unique local produce. Try your hand on a fishing excursion, visit the old tomato factory, or one of the many wineries for a wine tasting at the old canaves (cellars) and learn the secrets of the famous Santorinian wines.