Villa Zeypyr

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For an unforgettable holiday on the island of Naxos, Villa Zeypyr offers superb entertainment spaces, stunning sea views and four beautiful bedroom suites. This immaculate, beautifully presented villa is located uphill in Mikri Vigla, surrounded by nature. The villa is perfect for families or groups of friends wanting to relax in a gleaming white Naxian retreat with easy access to Naxos’ superb sandy beaches and Naxos Town, its buzzy tourist hub.
The island of Naxos is blessed with superb scenery, lush valleys, charming mountain villages, market gardens, endless sandy beaches, medieval towers, abandoned monasteries and a bustling main town. During your holiday you will discover amazing landscapes, fields full of sheep and goats, beautiful wildflowers, amazing restaurants, historic buildings, wineries, villages untouched by time and very friendly locals. You will taste prized cheeses, Zamboni, a cured pork, zovla which is braised goats meat with macaroni, the island’s walnut cake Melachrino and Kitron, a delicious liqueur that is taken with pudding and cheese. The island is an open-air museum with its giant Portara greeting you on arrival and colossal sculptures waiting to be discovered. The fertile Tragea Valley, in the heart of Naxos, is home to twelve delightful villages and more than thirty of the most important Byzantine churches in the Aegean. Mount Zas, the highest in the Cyclades, is named after the ruler of Olympus and offers fabulous views and hikes. Mikri Vigla is a small headland that juts out to sea on the west coast, found between the beaches of Parthena to the north and the Sahara to the south. It is a magnet for lovers of watersports and the sea with the beaches of Kastraki, Orkos and Plaka close by. Within walking distance of the villa, you will find an excellent bakery, a supermarket, restaurants and a windsurfing club.
Beautifully accessorised with impressive attention to detail, Villa Zeypyr offers luxury accommodation while maintaining traditional whitewashed Cyclonian elements. You will find curved walls and built-in furniture throughout the villa along with wonderful design elements and contemporary flair. You will discover gorgeous wooden beams and exposed stonework which look marvellous against the all-white walls. The villa’s spaces have been designed to offer superb comfort and privacy. Spread over two levels, Villa Zeypyr offers a fabulous open-plan living space, four gorgeous bedroom suites and an expansive terrace and garden.
The main living space is bright and airy, drowned in natural light through the many doors and windows. The living area is on one side with a fabulous built-in sofa covered with a couch and scatter cushions, trendy accent chairs, gorgeous ceiling beams, television and wonderful sea views. On the other side of the room is your chef’s dream of a kitchen with its excellent appliances including a wine fridge and a delightful indoor dining area. Doors open from both areas to the terrace, pool and garden. There are two bedrooms downstairs, both with immaculate ensuite bathrooms as well as a guest bathroom. All of the bedrooms in this wonderful villa enjoy attractive built-in kingsize beds with hotel-quality mattresses and luxury linens.
The dreamy master bedroom sits upstairs with its walk-in wardrobes and stunning designer bathroom with a bath and shower. Here you can enjoy an indulgent soak while enjoying captivating sea views. You just need to remember to pop a cork and take a glass of fizz with you for an extra treat. The master bedroom also comes with a private balcony. The last bedroom is a delightful twin which also comes with a pristine ensuite bathroom and a balcony. The bedrooms are beautifully designed with little splashes of colour to break up the whitewash.
Villa Zeypyr boasts exceptional outdoor space. It is incredibly social with a huge shaded alfresco dining and cooking area with a bar. Your mixologists can be preparing cocktails while you perch on a stool keeping them company. Later your barbecue masters can cook a feast that you can enjoy in this gorgeous spot with its wondrous sea views. There is a stunning infinity swimming pool and a jacuzzi on a higher level. There is also a beautifully built outdoor shower. Villa Zeypyr offers many alfresco lounge spots where you can relax with your holiday books, a glass of chilled wine and the company of your family or friends. All of this is surrounded by gorgeous landscaped gardens. Although you will find it hard to leave this blissful retreat, Naxos is absolutely fabulous and waiting to be explored.

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What you should know…

  • Each of the four bedrooms comes with its own ensuite bathroom, sea views and access to a terrace or balcony
  • Make sure you try all of the local delicacies. They are truly delicious and can be paired with wonderful local wines and finished with the island Kitron speciality
  • Though the beaches are absolutely fabulous and Naxos Town is perfect for buying souvenirs and alfresco dining, don’t forget to explore the mountain villages.

Property Features

Private Pool Wi-Fi/Internet Air-Con Hot Tub BBQ Coffee Machine TV Parking Space Seaview

The Villa

Villa Zeypyr is a 4 bedroom villa sleeping up to 8 guests across 2 levels, with private pool and sea view.

Main Floor:
-Fully equipped kitchen
-Open plan living area
-Double bedroom with en suite
-Double bedroom with en suite
-2 main entries

First Floor:

-Master bedroom with en suite
-Double bedroom with en suite


-Private pool
-Private parking
-Private gardens
-Dining area
-Outdoor shower

Additional Facilities
-Air conditioning throughout
-Wine fridge
-Flat Screen TV Satellite
-Washing Machine


About the surrounding area of Villa Zeypyr
Walk to Beach Walk to Village Walk to Restaurant <1hr to Airport Watersports Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages Historical Sites Boat Trips
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Villa Zeypyr enjoys an elevated position, just 300m from Mikri Vigla Beach. Mikri Vigla was named after the observatory at the top of the cape that was used to watch out between Naxos and Paros to protect the island and for following ships on the ancient trading route from Crete to Athens. According to the myth, the southern bay was a hideout for legendary pirates. The beach is very popular with windsurfers and kitesurfers with its perfect wind conditions. Naxos boasts numerous amazing beaches, particularly in the west. Some of the popular stunners are Plaka, Aliko, Agios Prokopios and Sahara as well as Mikri Vigla. They all boast endless white glistening sands and crystal clear water. Plaka is also very popular for watersports. Kastraki Beach is absolutely fabulous with fine white glimmering sand, crystal clear water and a good array of tavernas with wonderful waterfront settings. It is quite secluded and fairly quiet. The picturesque Aliko Beach is backed by a cedar forest which has been declared a protected natural area. Agios Prokopios is lovely with watersports, refreshments and gorgeous sands. The tiny chapel dedicated to Saint Prokopios stands on the western side of the beach. Close by, you will find Agios Anna, a quieter version of Agios Prokopios and pink-coloured salt lakes with many birds and other wildlife. Agios St George is on the edge of Naxos Town with its warm shallow water. On the east of the island, the small quaint harbour of Moutsouna is a great place to eat fresh fish and the coastal ride leads to Panormos Bay, a pristine, tranquil spot. There are lots of hidden beaches and the Rina sea cave.
It is said that Naxos is where Dionysus (the God of Wine) met and married Ariadne. The first Dionysus Festival was held on the island. Naxos is famous for its exquisite marble, its fertile land, its pottery and its cuisine. The island is sprinkled with ancient buildings, monasteries and churches. The island’s most impressive sculptures are in the open air and are one of the most popular attractions. Colossal, half-finished statues of young men, archaic Kouri, have been resting for many years, one in a garden at Melanes and the other overlooking the sea at Apollonia. You will fall in love with the island’s local delicacies. The island is almost self-sufficient. You will enjoy delicious vegetables, cheeses, meats, fish and alcoholic drinks. Must-try dishes include pig rosto, pork stuffed with garlic and braised in wine, pork fricassee flavoured with the leaves of sea lavender and tasty cheeses including Graviera of Naxos, Arseniko and Xynotyro. The local dishes can be divided into three groups, the fish and seafood dishes of the coastal areas, the vegetable and beef dishes popular on the plains and usually made with homemade butter and the goat and lamb delicacies of the mountains, always cooked with plenty of local olive oil. There are excellent vineyards in the north of the island. The island’s Kitron is wonderful, made from the fruit and leaves of the citron tree. Visitors enjoy cooking workshops such as Vioma and visiting wineries such as the Saint Anna winery in the small village of Kato Potamia.
Naxos Town is within easy reach of the villa. It is guarded by its Venetian castle and enjoys narrow, winding, cobbled streets, gleaming white architecture, ancient churches, antique shops, buzzy bars and wonderful restaurants. Marko Sanoudo II, the Venetian emperor invaded and conquered Naxos in 1207 and built the castle. It was the seat of power for the Cyclades islands for three hundred years. During the summer months, music festivals are held in the setting of the Kastro and painters and sculptors also hold exhibitions in the castle. Naxos’ Archaeological Museum is housed in the old Jesuit School of Commerce with a wonderful collection of old Cycladic art, white marble monuments and local ceramics. The great writer Nikos Kazantzakis attended the school and it is where he wrote ‘Zorba the Greek’. The car-free old town is known as Kastro, located within the castle’s old Venetian walls and enjoying steep narrow lanes decorated with tumbling colourful bougainvillaea, numerous churches and elegant Venetian mansions. The lanes from Kastro lead downhill to Bourgos which is where the Greeks lived during the years of Venetian occupation. The new town is situated next to the main port and with many of the town’s restaurants, bars and cafes. As soon as you enter the port of Naxos, you notice the ancient monument of Portara which means ‘Big door’ in Greek. The Portara is a centuries-old marble doorway built in 522BC as the entrance gateway to the unfinished Roman Temple dedicated to Apollo. It stands on a small islet and is an incredible Instagram-worthy spot at sunset when the sky turns to orange and gold.
You must make time to explore the mountains and valleys of this lush island and the charming villages sprinkled around including Tripodes, Filoti, Halki and Apeiranthos. The picturesque village of Halki is utterly charming with neoclassical architecture, tiny alleys, bougainvillaea, jasmine trees and charming shops. The marble village of Apeiranthos is brilliantly well-preserved, hardly changed for over one hundred years and is the highest village of the Cyclades. It is famous for its tavernas that serve delicious local meat dishes. The locals still speak Greek in the lilting idiom of the Cretan forefathers. The village boasts marble-flagged alleys, vaulted arches, Venetian towers and gorgeous stone houses. Not to be forgotten are the island’s major sites of the Demeter Temple, the Kouros of Melanes and Apollonas, Panagia Drossiani Church, the Monastery of Fotodotis and Kalamitsia Monastery. The Temple of Demeter is a 6th-century BC sanctuary dedicated to the goddess of harvest and fertility. Local legend suggests that the ruler of Olympus was born in a huge cave halfway up Mount Zas. You can take a cobbled stone path from Filoti to reach the top. The oldest of the island’s churches is Panayia Vlacherniotissa which boasts a beautiful carved alter screen. Panayia Myrtidiotissa stands on a tiny islet in the port of Naxos and Theologaki is a tiny chapel in a cave.
You can also hop on large luxurious catamarans to find the island’s secluded and hidden beaches or sail to some of the small Cyclades. The boat trip to the island of Koufonisia takes just under two hours, a lovely experience with wonderful fresh fish lunches in the tavernas and secluded naturist beaches if that is your thing.

Read more about Naxos

Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Naxos Airport


Nearest Restaurant Kontos Taverna


Nearest Beach Orkos Beach


Nearest Supermarket Super Market


Sightseeing Bazeos Tower



Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Kids Ideal for Teens

Villa Zeypyr is brilliant for families with a fabulous open-plan living space, extensive outdoor spaces, a beautiful infinity swimming pool, landscaped gardens and a jacuzzi. The thrilling and beautiful Mikri Vigla Beach is only 300m from the villa, perfect for windsurfers and other watersports fans.
Naxos offers much entertainment for families and boasts exceptional, safe, sandy beaches and crystal-clear water. It also offers ancient monuments, churches and castles together with a busy cultural and activities calendar. The list of wonderful, family-friendly beaches is endless but Agios Prokopios, close to the villa, is one of the most popular for families with small children. Sand castle building, watersports, swimming and beach games are perfect for little ones. Agios Prokopios enjoys Blue Flag status, one and a half kilometres of gorgeous sand and protection from the island’s winds. There are sun loungers and umbrellas as well as an unorganised section. There are plenty of lively beach bars and water sports facilities. Older kids can take windsurfing or kitesurfing lessons with trained professionals. The tiny chapel dedicated to Saint Prokopios stands on the western side of the beach. Agios Anna is a quieter version of Agios Prokopios and also close by are some pink-coloured salt lakes with many birds and other wildlife. Agios St George is on the edge of Naxos Town with its warm shallow water. Plaka Beach is better suited to thrill-seeking aqua adventurers with its strong winds.
Children enjoy learning about the myths and legends behind the island’s many archaeological sites such as the Temple of Apollo, the Temple of Demeter and the ‘Gulliver-like’ Kouroi. The Kouros of Apollonas also called the Colossus of Dionysus, is a 10.7m tall unfinished statue made with light grey Naxian marble, weighing around eighty tonnes. The Portara at the entrance to the harbour was intended to be the doorway of a massive temple commissioned by the island’s ruler Lygdamis over 2500 years ago but the unpopular leader was overthrown and his project abandoned.  
As well as enjoying wonderful beach days, the traditional villages are definitely worth a visit, retaining their old-world charm. Damalas is popular with its traditional industries including pottery. You can watch the potters with their mastery of the craft. At the end of the village, you will find the original olive press. Chalki feels like a miniature Naxos Town. At Vallindra you can see how the delicious Kitron is made. It is possible to go horseback riding or enjoy mountain bike trails instead of just driving.
Aqua Fun Water Park is wonderful. It is located in Stelida and offers a wonderful array of slides and other entertainment. There are swimming lessons for young children. There are adult waterslides, children’s slides, kamikaze, free fall, open and octopus waterslides, various pools and a cafe. It is very popular.

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Walk to Beach
  • Walk to Village
  • Walk to Restaurant
  • <1hr to Airport
  • Watersports
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages
  • Historical Sites


At Oliver’s Travels we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. If there is anything you would like to arrange for your stay, please contact the Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team (by clicking on the link in the blue Oliver’s Extras box above) who will be happy to help. We can usually put you in touch with the right people arrange any of the following: 

- Cook/catering
- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge

This is by no means an exhaustive list, so please just contact Oliver’s VIP Concierge Team to help you arrange any of those little extras that can really make the difference.

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit €700 paid in cash to the owner upon arrival and refunded upon departure, subject to full inspection.
Arrival time 15:00
Departure time 11:00
Energy costs included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Linen & towels included? Yes, included in the rental price.
Pets welcome? Not allowed.
Changeover day flexible.
End of stay cleaning included? Extra €300 which includes a clean and linen change every 2nd day. Guests are required to leave the accommodation clean, tidy and in the same condition as on their arrival.
Smoking Allowed? Not Permitted.
Insurance Guests are required to be in possession of a valid insurance policy, which covers them for cancellations, loss of personal belongings, personal liability and any accidental damage caused during their stay.
Minimum stay 5 Nights.
Internet access? Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access is included in rental price. It is good to note that the speed is dependent on the local provider and technical issues may cause reduced speed or cut of service.
Other Ts and Cs Please note that on occasions, in Greece, extremes in weather can cause water and/ or electric supply to be cut or reduced. Services are normally restored as soon as possible.
Tax Enviromental tax - €10/per night - paid upon arrival

The Greek government requires owners to collect a Tourist Climate Tax, your property manager will collect this in cash:

March-October €10 per night per unit

November-February €4 per night per unit

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 1st 2024 £3,571 £4,999
May 1st 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 £4,999 £6,998
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 £5,713 £7,998
Jul 1st 2024 - Jul 15th 2024 £7,855 £10,997
Jul 15th 2024 - Aug 22nd 2024 £10,711 £14,995
Aug 22nd 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 £7,855 £10,997
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 £5,713 £7,998
Oct 1st 2024 - Apr 1st 2025 £3,571 £4,999
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 £4,099 £5,738
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 £4,099 £5,738
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 £5,465 £7,650
Jul 1st 2025 - Jul 15th 2025 £6,831 £9,562
Jul 15th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 £8,880 £12,431
Aug 22nd 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 £6,831 £9,562
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 £5,465 £7,650
Oct 1st 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 £4,099 £5,738

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 1st 2024 €3,864 €5,409
May 1st 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 €5,409 €7,573
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 €6,182 €8,654
Jul 1st 2024 - Jul 15th 2024 €8,500 €11,899
Jul 15th 2024 - Aug 22nd 2024 €11,591 €16,226
Aug 22nd 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 €8,500 €11,899
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 €6,182 €8,654
Oct 1st 2024 - Apr 1st 2025 €3,864 €5,409
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 €4,435 €6,209
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 €4,435 €6,209
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 €5,913 €8,278
Jul 1st 2025 - Jul 15th 2025 €7,391 €10,347
Jul 15th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 €9,608 €13,451
Aug 22nd 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 €7,391 €10,347
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 €5,913 €8,278
Oct 1st 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 €4,435 €6,209

Prices based on an occupancy of 8 people:

Rental period 5 Nights Weekly
Apr 24th 2024 - May 1st 2024 $4,138 $5,793
May 1st 2024 - Jun 1st 2024 $5,793 $8,110
Jun 1st 2024 - Jul 1st 2024 $6,621 $9,269
Jul 1st 2024 - Jul 15th 2024 $9,103 $12,744
Jul 15th 2024 - Aug 22nd 2024 $12,413 $17,378
Aug 22nd 2024 - Sep 1st 2024 $9,103 $12,744
Sep 1st 2024 - Oct 1st 2024 $6,621 $9,269
Oct 1st 2024 - Apr 1st 2025 $4,138 $5,793
Apr 1st 2025 - May 1st 2025 $4,750 $6,649
May 1st 2025 - Jun 1st 2025 $4,750 $6,649
Jun 1st 2025 - Jul 1st 2025 $6,333 $8,866
Jul 1st 2025 - Jul 15th 2025 $7,916 $11,082
Jul 15th 2025 - Aug 22nd 2025 $10,291 $14,406
Aug 22nd 2025 - Sep 1st 2025 $7,916 $11,082
Sep 1st 2025 - Oct 1st 2025 $6,333 $8,866
Oct 1st 2025 - Oct 26th 2025 $4,750 $6,649

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.


  • Would love to stay here again!!!

    on 13/08/2022

    This villa was so excellent for our family. Flora and Maria were amazing. Food everywhere we ate was so fresh and good. Loved the pool and spa on the property.

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