Santorini, Greece

Vino Houses Vinsanto Villa

Price per night from$352.50

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Stylish sugarcube


Vineyard village





Amid the vineyards of northern Santorini, Vinsanto Villa is at the top of the Vino Houses trio of traditional Cycladic dwellings. There’s a view out to sea, naturally (complete with that famous sunset), as well as plenty of mountain scenery and, of course, a blue and white church. The villa’s curved interiors are mostly white with splashes of colour: cerulean shutters, patterned ceramic sinks, terracotta pots and the like. The concierge is on hand to whip up organic breakfasts (with fruit and veg from the gardens) that make a perfect start to days out in the vineyards, on volcanic beaches or cruising around the caldera. 

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First Glance

  • Traditional whitewashed Cycladic structure, at the top of a three-villa complex.
  • The living area has a sunset-showcasing window, and the views keep on coming in the open-air dining space.
  • The fully equipped kitchen has a coffee machine, small fridge and a decorative ceramic sink from Crete, along with a dining table that seats six.
  • The staff will prepare you breakfast every morning, using produce straight from the garden.

Villa highlights

  • Family friendly
  • Made-for-you breakfasts
  • Indoor-outdoor living

Sleeping arrangements

  • The villa has two 12sq m bedrooms, each with a king-size bed; one has a loft.
  • There’s one bathroom, with a walk-in shower.

Key kit

  • Air-conditioning.
  • WiFi.
  • Smart TV.
  • Safe.
  • Daily housekeeping.
  • Yves Rocher bath products.


  • There’s a plunge pool, half of which is mercifully in the shade under a dome. It has two seats that benefit from hydro-massage jets.
  • The pool is heated in colder months.


  • The villa has two spacious verandas: one facing the sea, and another the mountains and nearby village of Finikia.
  • Alfresco dining table.
  • Parking for up to six cars.


  • You’ll find Vino Houses in the village of Finikia, to the north of Santorini, a few minutes by car from Oia.
  • Vinsanto Villa is 500 metres from the nearest rocky beach; it’s a little further for a sandy one (a kilometre and a half).
  • The walk into Oia will take half an hour.
  • It’s 14 kilometres from the island’s airport; the drive should take around a quarter of an hour.
  • If you’re hopping about by boat, the port is just over 30 minutes away by car.

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Price per night from $352.50