Located in the picturesque small port of Vlychada in Santorini, Porto Villa Hotel welcomes you to an original cycladic hospitality experience.
Whether you are a solo traveler, a couple or a family, the relaxed and inviting atmosphere of Porto Villa Hotel, with its magnificent private setting and its attentive staff, will provide the ideal starting point to get acquainted with the beauties of the island, or simply relax and take a refreshing swim in the crystal clear water of our swimming pool or nearby beaches.
The front terrace is the perfect place to enjoy a hearty breakfast or a rich coffee, overlooking the boats as they come and go into and out of the port.
All our rooms are characterized by an opulent simplicity, complemented with all necessary amenities to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay.
Most of the rooms have a cozy private balcony with direct and unobstructed view to the sea, while the rest overlook the peaceful mediterranean garden or the pool.
Our friendly staff is always available to provide you with travel information and make arrangements for car and bike rentals, as well as daily excursions and visiting attractions or any other places of interest in Santorini Island.
Located on the south coast of Santorini, 13 kilometers from Fira, Vlychada is easily accessible by car or bus, and is a place of true elegance, far from the typical image of busy and noisy Santorini .
The area is mainly known for its picturesque marina and the black sand beach, offering a truly unique lunar landscape, carved by the wind and the rainfall throughout the years.
The marina is harboring dozens of sailing boats, catamarans and fishing boats, serving as a starting point for numerous shared and private excursions.
Enjoy your coffee while watching the fishermen mending their nets in their downtime, follow the brightly hued sailboats coming in and out of the charming harbour and for those more sportily inclined, The Sailing and Yachting Centre promises refreshing watersport action.
And for a wholesome meal of freshly caught fish, visit one of the several fish taverns arround the port.
And don’t forget to visit the Tomato Industrial Museum, a former tomato factory, and enjoy a guided tour concerning the traditional methods of cultivation and production of the tomato, a well-known product of Santorini.
Probably the most unique beach in Santorini, Vlychada is also knоwn аs the Moon Beach, due to thе yellow and black rоск formаtions carved by the wind and the rainfall throughout the years, resembling a truly supernatural lunar landscape. The beach is long, with dark sand and pebbles and has an organized section where you can find umbrellas and sunbeds for rent, but there is also available space to enjoy the sea on your own, especially if you head to the west end of the beach, which is more secluded and quiet.
Located on the island’s southeast coast, 3 km from Perissa and 12 km from Fira, Perivolos is often reffered to as the “Black Beach”, due to its deep black volcanic sand.
It is a long, well-organized beach with a plethora of facilities.
Perivolos combines a “day club scene”, an extension of Santorini’s nightlife, with beach bars playing club music, DJ guest appearances, beach volleyball tournaments, and various Perissa beach and Perivolos are almost interconnected but the atmosphere is very different on them. While Perissa is an affordable, crowded beach, Perivolos is classier and more reclusive.happenings.
The beautiful Perissa Beach lies at the base of Mesa Vouno Mountain that separates Perissa from Kamari, approximatelly 13km from Fira.
The black sand beach, crystal clear waters and magnificent atmosphere characterize Perissa as a unique place to enjoy a relaxing holiday.
It is a fully organized, cosmopolitan beach with an abundance of comfy lounging chairs, umbrellas and other amenities, like lifeguards, showers and a playground.