Amelie III is part of a complex of three luxury residences located in the centre of Patmos, one of the smaller of the Dodecanese Islands. With 2 en suite bedrooms, Amelie III is a beautiful Premier Villa with breathtaking views over the Aegean sea.
The complex which was completed in 2017 consists of two separate buildings which house 3 beautiful holiday villas, Amelie I, Amelie II and Amelie III. Amelie I occupies the first larger two-storey building, whilst Amelie II and Amelie III occupy the second building, offering two smaller residences. The buildings all offer panoramic views of the sea.
A stand-out feature of the three residences are the traditional inner courtyards (patios), located at the back. These completely secured and private areas are designed for outdoor living, filled with plants and flowers, small pools, outdoor kitchens and large dining areas.
Each villa’s layout is unique with distinctive elements, even though they all share a common aesthetic style in their design. They alternate between studios and multiple-room flats, with large or smaller spaces, elegant bathrooms and kitchens, thus covering every possible residence option. Hand-picked art pieces, furniture, and appliances establish a highly personal environment, always offering a unique, pleasant visiting experience.
Amelie III Layout
Amelie III is the smaller of the three residences and is on the east side of the second building. Its total surface area is 80m² and it expands over two floors.
On the upper ground floor, the residence’s main section, the lounge room and bedroom share a spacious, common area. Nearby, there is a unique, spacious, circular bathroom with a panoramic view. The residence has a direct view and access to the large balcony that extends to the front and overlooks the sea. The residence’s outdoor kitchen, along with the adjacent dining area and lounge area, which are situated in the inner courtyard (secured by a stone wall) are of particular interest.This area can perfectly accommodate guests during the day in the summer months. More so, as there is a small pool next to the yard that overlooks the sea.
On the lower ground floor, there is a separate guesthouse which has its own bedroom, en-suite bathroom, and a small, fully equipped kitchen.
It has a direct view and access to the yard that extends to the front and overlooks the sea. The residence can be accessed from the upper floor courtyard via stairs, so that guests can make use of the nearby small pool. This residence can be used together with the adjacent residence’s guesthouse as they are on the same floor, they share the same yard, and can be accessed by the two larger residences.
- Outdoor Kitchen
- Outdoor dining and kitchen area
Sapsila Village is a lovely seaside settlement that lies between Skala and Grikos in the centre of the Island, which mainly accommodates vacationers. The village is tiny and quiet with only a few picturesque whitewashed houses and an attractive beach for relaxation. The tranquil beach can be easily accessed, while the bay, full of old cottages with gardens, and the small church of St. Nicholas by the sea make up a serene, picturesque scenery.
It doesn't get very crowded and therefore you will find all the peace you want here. In the wider area though you will find several tavernas serving delicious fish dishes. Sapsila is an ideal destination for those seeking a peaceful holiday.
In close proximity, there is Loukakia bay with its namesake beach, which can be easily accessed as well. Its scenery is uniquely picturesque, along with the monastery of St. Nektarios, the pebble beach, and the large tamarisks, while “pilafi” islet is so close that it can be reached by a short swim.
In recent years, high-standard tourist establishments and food service facilities have been developed in the wider area, thus making it a highly popular and renowned holiday destination.
How to get there
It is advisable to research this part of your journey ahead of travelling.
There is no airport on Pátmos, the only way to travel is by ferry; coming from overseas, fly to Kos with British Airways (ba.com), or EasyJet (0905 821 0905; easyjet.com) and continue by mid-day catamaran (00 30 22410 70590; Dodekanisos Seaways) or conventional ferry (three evenings weekly on Blue Star (bluestarferries.com).
From Athens (Piraeus, the port of Athens) there are up to five mid-afternoon ferries weekly, either with Hellenic Seaways (hellenicseaways.gr/en/) or Blue Star, arriving at Skála, the port town of Pátmos, between 11pm and midnight. However, please be aware the journey from Athens takes up to 9 hours, so it is best to fly to Samos or Kos.
- Overlooks the enchanting Sapsila bay
- Swimming Pool with Salt water system
- Outdoor Dining
- Woodfire BBQ
- Satellite TV
- IPod dock
- Private parking
- Lounge areas
- Central cooling system (Daikin)
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Daily Maid service
- Linens and Towels
- Change of linens every 3 days
- Laundry facility
- Toiletries provided
- Grikos settlement - 1.5 km
- Chora - 4km
- Skala (Port of Patmos) - 2.5 km
- We do require a damage deposit on all bookings, 7 days prior to departure via a secure online page. This damage deposit is held against your card and is released back to your card on your return, subject to no damages. The damage deposit value will differ for weddings / celebrations.
Approximate location shown for guidance only. Contact us for precise details.
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