Villa Layout Details
Entrance floor: fully equipped kitchen, living room with TV & [A/C], fireplace
1 master bedroom with [A/C], safebox and ensuite bathroom with shower
1 double bedroom with [A/C] and ensuite bathroom with shower
First floor: double bedroom with [A/C] and ensuite bathroom with shower
Entrance floor: Infinity pool, outdoor dining areas [14 seats], pergola, lounge areas
Guest house: double bedroom with [A/C] and ensuite bathroom with shower/ individual entrance
|Date Range:||Nightly Rate:||Min Nights:|
|April 1 - April 30||900 EUR||3|
|May 1 - May 31||1,160 EUR||5|
|June 1 - June 30||1,340 EUR||7|
|July 1 - August 31||1,785 EUR||7|
|September 1 - September 30||1,250 EUR||5|
|October 1 - October 31||1,160 EUR||3|
Located in a secluded area called Tigani on Mykonos Island, Villa Fang is a unique fusion of Myconian architecture and Mediterranean design. Blending beautifully with the stark white plastered walls of the villa, there is plenty of stone work that brings out the luxurious elements and make it seem like a mini castle by the sea. Further enhancing the beauty of the villa, there is a huge infinity pool, which gives you the illusion of swimming in the great Aegean Sea itself.
The outdoor are is undoubtedly one of the best features of Villa Fang. There is plenty of space surrounding the pool, furnished with seats and lounges for a number of guests. Whether you want to soak in some sunshine with your family or throw a pool party for friends, Villa Fang will not disappoint you. The dining area is also located outdoors by the pool.
Moving inside the gorgeous villa, there is a main house that features three uniquely decorated bedrooms. If you have been inside other villas in the area, you will discover that Villa Fang slightly sways away from the traditional décor style. It is partially because the owner of the villa is an interior designer, and partly because the villa itself was designed to stand apart from the traditional structures on the island.
The way Villa Fang fuses modern and traditional elements is a rare sight. The kitchen, despite being equipped with modern amenities, features an old-fashioned oven typically found in homes in villages surrounding the island.
Most of the restaurants and shops are just 5-6 km away while Mykonos town is 15 km from the villa.