The design brief for Nissaki Bay House was olive-press-meets-art-gallery, and the architect has delivered the goods handsomely with this elegant blend of traditional stonework and subtly luxurious interiors. From the locally quarried stone to the hand-finished, organically-lightened timber beams, no detail has been overlooked and the overall result is stunning.
The house is perched 150m from the sparkling blue water of a hidden bay. Install yourself on one of the multiple terraces and you might glimpse a dolphin pod arcing gracefully offshore. For a closer look, you can walk down to the water’s edge via a narrow footpath from the house: here you’ll find two small beaches for a spot of quiet snorkelling or secluded sunbathing as there is no road access and therefore few visitors. The villa itself is wonderfully private, surrounded by a 4,800m² olive grove, with unobstructed sea views from all over the house and grounds. Thoughtful 21st-century touches include a dedicated massage therapy room and a mezzanine study.
The house is generously sized and tailor-made for entertaining, whether that means quality time for you and your family or a long-overdue get together with cherished friends. With an outdoor games area, barbecue and plenty of dining and lounging space, everything you need is to hand so you can simply relax and indulge your senses with the soothing warmth of the sun. The house is very well positioned with its pretty beach, local tavernas, small supermarket, bakery and chemist just a short walk away. We can arrange motor boat hire, or a skippered yacht, giving you the freedom to explore this breath-taking coastline at your own pace.