With its unimpeded view of the Aegean and volcanic cliffs, this is a small paradise for those in search of serenity, located just a few kilometres away from Oia, Santorini’s beating heart.
The name Abelonas comes from the ancient Greek word ‘ἄμπελος’ which means grape vine. According to ancient Greek mythology, Ampelos was a satyr and was the beloved follower of Dionysus, the God of wine. However, Ampelos was wrongly killed and the Furies, seeing Dionysus’ deep sorrow, took pity on him and transformed the youth into the plant of the same name.
We want to share something of the centuries-old glamour of the vine and wine with our guests: Built in the middle of an immense, traditional vineyard of famed “wreath vines”, two new, luxury, fully equipped, self-contained apartments are the ideal choice for anyone who wants to relax in a serene environment yet be close to all the pleasures and experiences Santorini has to offer.
There’s also a unique opportunity for guests intrigued by the wine production process: depending on what time of the year you visit “Abelonas Houses”, you’ll have the opportunity to watch or even participate in traditional pruning, harvesting, drying or grape pressing activities, not to mention of course the chance to sample our wine.
Abelonas Houses is a new accommodation consisting of 2 independent apartments, with parking space, in a quiet location that combines proximity to Oia and to Baxedes beach, an ideal choice for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday in Santorini.
Quiet location not far from the busy center of Oia, where you can enjoy the unique sunset, but also from the beach Baxedes.
Each apartment has a separate entrance, modern furniture, and a fully equipped kitchen. An ideal choice for families, couples and groups of friends.
The accommodation is located in a traditional vineyard, where you can participate in the work, depending on the season.
We guarantee that by making your reservation directly to us, you will receive the lowest possible price for your stay.
Santorini island is located in the southern Aegean Sea, south of Ios and west of Anafi islands. The island after repeated bursts of Caldera, the volcano is still active, consists essentially of a complex of Santorini, Thirasia, Palea and Nea Kameni. The volcano has left its traces everywhere filling with volcanic ash and spectacular russet rocks the beautiful beaches, creating incredible colors across the island.