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Olea Villas is a luxury development of two spacious independent villas situated in a four acres piece of land in an olive grove. The villas overlook the beautiful Loutraki bay. Built in stone, they are an architectural delight featuring airy rooms and large windows. The pastel interiors combine simple elegance and beautiful design with comfort and luxury.

It is located only 170 meters from the sandy, shallow-watered beach of Loutraki. Swimming can be enjoyed in the crystal clear turquoise waters within a lovely sheltered bay. The beach of Loutraki offers sun beds and parasols, a small cafe for simple lunches and a restaurant with authentic Cretan cuisine.

Approximately 1.3 km north along the coast is the beautiful Marathi bay with three amazing beaches, several restaurants and a beach-cafe.

Accommodation

Ground floor:
Large open space living area with comfortable couches, dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. From the dinning area, glass doors separate an open air dinning area in a large covered balcony with stunning sea views. On the other side the living room is connected to a large open terrace next to the private infinity swimming pool.

First floor:
Bedroom with king size bed, fitted wardrobe, and an en-suite bathroom with shower.

Lower Floor:
Two bedrooms with king size beds (one of them can be converted to twin size beds), en-suite bathroom for each bedroom and fitted wardrobe. In between the bedrooms there is a playroom with video games (Xbox 360, Nintendo) and a home theater with a big movie collection.

Outdoor area:
A marvelous private garden on the ground floor surrounding the villa and the swimming pool with sun beds for enjoying the sun. Close to the pool a hot tub provides you with the ultimate relaxation. Here, you will renew your spirit and realize that the environment offers you the perfect time, every time. After sun down or early morning you can explore the compound’s natural garden.


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