Unlike most villas in the area, Villa Maela is not all drenched in white. Stone and wood make for important architectural elements along with those plastered walls. These natural elements provide it a very warm and homely feeling, making it appropriate for longer stay on the island.
It won’t be wrong to call Villa Maela a housing complex in itself as apart from the main two-level villa, it also features five small and minimalist guesthouses. Accessible from a private road, each of these guesthouses has a bedroom, a bathroom, a sitting room, and private terrace.
The main villa features three bedrooms, spacious living room, an open plan kitchen, office space, and the gym area. The master bedroom has a walk in closet, and an en-suite bathroom with a large Jacuzzi. The outdoor space is equally beautiful and well-maintained with big pool and a lawn that seamlessly merges into the surrounding landscape. Large trees, shrubs, and lots of local flora and fauna surrounding the grounds of Villa Maela make it look and feel like a peaceful hobbit hole far from the worries of the world.
Villa Maela is a perfectly romantic accommodation for a couple, and a wonderful option for a group of friend seeking solitude by the sea.