to the eternal
At the highest spot of Oia village, the terrace exposes the unobstructed views of the Caldera, the surrounding islands, the abundance of colors and shades, the reflection of the sunset on the water, the singular beauty of the Cycladic architecture with the small white houses built amphitheatrically clinging on the edge of the cliff…
Whatever one’s preconceptions of Santorini, this terrace will exceed your expectations by far .
Whatever, the mood, whatever the occasion, Oia Mansion’s terrace is the place.
The choice for a blessed wedding, romantic surprise proposal or renewal of vows for couples across the globe. You may either dine alone, or stage a memorable reception. Our experienced wedding planner stands by with an assortment of fine options.
The Terrace is also the place to simply relax watching the sunset, have a drink or dine..
Jacuzzi! The stylish clue of Oia Mansion’s terrace that enhances the pleasure of the scenery!
Have a drink, watch the sunset, the Caldera and contemplate under the stars or make wishes, privately or with company, while the water soothes your bodily strains.
Oia Mansion’s Yard
In front of the mansion, the “yard” is really the terrace of the traditional times on the island. It has equally panoramic views, which is complemented by the neoclassical facade.
Pebble paved in the island’s tradition and with a large wooden table, it is ideal for breakfast, dinning, coffee, children’s play, relaxation or entertainment
Decorated in the traditional island mode, the inner yard, is the tasteful architectural surprise element of Oia Mansion.
Harmonious blending of earthly colors and terra cotta, the build sofa and limpet shaped white table, create an ideal ambiance for reading a book, informal meals, card games…
Private balcony with spectacular view to the idyllic sunset. Its reflection on the water creates a golden conduit to the sun.
Read a book or watch the cruise ships with the Aegean islands in the background. Sikinos, Folegandros,Ios, Iraklia, Shinousa, Koufonisia, Amorgos, Anafi and sometimes Milos, Antiparos and Astipalea.