It feels like my mind has spent considerable time on Greek islands this week - the beauty of daydreaming. I probably should warn you before you open that Yatzer link below. If you are longing for sea and sun the images from Aenaon Villas will probably ruin your day. Or, as in my case, bring your daydreams to the next level.
Here is part of the description accompanying the photos:
The secluded housing complex which makes up the ‘Aenaon Villas’ consists of seven luxurious white washed cube shaped villas built next to and on top of one another. Situated at the highest and narrowest part of Santorini, they almost balance on the very edge of the world famous Caldera between the settlements of Imerovigli and Oia. All of them are open from East to West offering breathtakingly unobstructed views of the endless blue Aegean Sea, the volcano and the most unique sunset in the world. Each villa is built in complete harmony with the region’s natural environment and follows the values of traditional Cycladic architecture whilst artfully displaying the owners’ love and devotion to elegant simplicity in every detail in the luxe white-on-white interiors.Sounds nice, doesn't it?
Aenaon Villas via Yatzer / discovered via Dustjacket Attic/Pinterest