About Villa Agapi
Ftelia beach, on the Greek island of Mykonos, with its golden dunes and warm breezes, has lured windsurfers for decades. It’s also the site of a Neolithic settlement purported to have been the resting place of Ajax the Lesser, one of the Hellenic kings mentioned in the Iliad, Odyssey and Aeneid. It’s the ease with which Greece wears its myths, legends and history that has drawn travellers since tourism began in the 17th century. Of course, the Aegean-lapped beaches and harbourside tavernas don’t put people off either.
Mere moments from one such stretch of sand lies Villa Agapi. This five-bedroom property, with its infinity pool and fabulous terrace, overlooks the beach and bay. Bamboo awnings cast stippled light across the outdoor dining and seating areas – the play of light and shade inviting hours of cool lounging or languid meals with family or friends. The two-level interior is dominated by a contemporary, neutral palette enlivened by pops of texture and colour. On the lower level, there are two bedrooms. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms as well as living spaces, including a children’s playroom. Villa Agapi is one of the few villas on the island which offers this facility for kids.