House of Commons
2 - 3 guests | Plaka, Milos, cyclades islands, Greece
This traditional Greek house – over 200 years old – overlooks the bay of Milos, from the southwest side of Castro Mountain. It is one of the three highest houses on the island. The unique view from the balcony is one of a kind, you will never be able to get enough of it. Simplicity and tradition – that’s what makes the house and its interior. The view from the two balconies of the house has 220 degree views of the entire bay of Milos. Probably one of the most magnificent views of the Aegean, can you imagine the sunset?
You have to walk about 300 m from the nearest car park to the house, but the view and the location of the house are absolutely worth the effort. The thick, stone masonry and the pleasant breeze that blows over the mountain provide a pleasant climate, neither too dry (air conditioning) nor too humid (by the sea).
Leda & Roman
Leda is a free spirit, and loves life on Milos. No wonder. Their family has Greek roots, so Leda and her smart son Roman are at home on this beautiful island. Both of them are really into art and like to surround themselves with alluring objects – their places are as ‘prettypretty as a picture’.