The Most Amazing Villas Around The World


Maldives is a fine tropical island whose alluring beauty has turned it into a touristic hotspot. With over-eighty water villa resorts to choose from, you are definitely spoilt for choice. The idea of living in luxury over the waters and enjoying panoramic views of the sparkling waters is in itself thrilling and exciting.


The Huafen Fushi Ocean Pavilion is a contemporary villa with fiber optic lit pool that extends from the sitting room to the deck outside. It is spacious with large windows that allow light to stream in and also give you panoramic views of the waters.

The Soneva Gili-Private Reserve boasts as the largest over water villa in the world with its two storey’s that contain everything from a movie theater with glass cut out on the floor to its own spa treatment and gym. It is spacious, deluxe and offers privacy to its residents. The second floor is fitted with a water slide that takes you right to the lagoon.


Bali is recognized for its wealthy array of luxurious accommodation and if money is not a problem there is no reason why you should not stay in some of Bali’s most deluxe villas.

There are two kinds of luxury villas in Bali; the all white super contemporary architecture complete with air con and the rustic traditional jogolsos that most European seem to be attracted to.

The Sentosa Villas in Seminyak; set in one of the bustling streets of Seminyak, offers lavish accommodation where breakfast is served next to the pools. These villas are 45 in number and range from one bedroom to five bed roomed glamorous presidential villa.

The Istana villa in Uluwatu boasts of some of the most panoramic views of the Southern tip of the island and is still the landmark villa in Bali. It is very private and lures celebrities from all over to its irresistible luxuries.


Greece is synonymous with islands, sandy beaches and beautiful white washed villages but its variety of accommodations is also a charming quality on its own. There are numerous villas in Greece all over the islands for you to choose from.

If you are travelling as a group or a family the French House, Trisonia, Peloponnese is ideal especially if no one wants to cook. It sleeps a number of fourteen and meals are prepared by a British chef. This homely mansion combines traditional architecture outside and French décor inside. The master Bedrooms enjoy spectacular views of the Peloponnese Mountains while the sitting room boasts of a rustic fireplace. This house is right next to the beach where you can swim or take a boat provided by the house to explore the coastline.

For a serene garden experience, then the converted Petrino House Ithaca is built on an unspoilt island and is surrounded by mature flowering shrubs, almond and olive trees and a small just recently added. It accommodates five and even the old wine press has been turned into a bedroom.

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