Santorini has been one of the most desirable bucket-list destinations. Many people flow there from different parts of the world, some to see the breathtaking Caldera scenery, some to get married or spend their honeymoon, and some to enjoy delicious food and warmer than the sun hospitality. As thought by many, Santorini is a small island and worth visiting for 1 or 2 nights enough to see it all. However, it is not the only case and Santorini could be the most exclusive holiday destination in Europe to unwind for as long as you wish to enjoy its inviting surroundings. Today we would like to open a different type of Santorini experience by introducing you with Sienna Eco Resort, where a private luxury meets the sea.
Many would think there is only the main capital Thira, or the picturesque Oia one could stay and enjoy Santorini, however, a lot of people are not aware of more distant parts of the islands, which could be an even better way to enjoy the island away from tourists and have a more relaxed Greek holiday experience. Sienna Eco Resort is a wonderful example as it is located 2km away from the centre of the capital Thira and right next to Exo Gialos Beach. The resort consists of 7 private accommodation parts, apartments and villas each surrounded with beautiful nature, private pools and lounge areas to spend your holidays relaxed and undisturbed.
We were impressed with their Premium Villa with a private pool that is a very spacious and stunning two-bedroom property surrounded by olive trees and exclusive privacy. It is a modern family-friendly accommodation that has a large living area, an open space and fully equipped kitchen, master bedroom with a terrace and a guest bedroom that could be perfect for kids. The villa is tastefully decorated with a modern yet convenient decor and will instantly make you feel like home away from home. Sienna Resort is situated in a quiet place not surrounded with other properties or hotels, thus if you are looking for a calm and recharging vacation, this resort is exactly for you, and yes Santorini is perfect for that!
Edited by Simone Stabinskaite
Photography by Gus Snarskis