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Adytum Villas are exclusive accommodations that transport us to a small port town in the sensational Peloponnese region in the south of Greece, far from overcrowded areas. Overlooking the island of Spetses, these award-winning villas are a place to experience new sensations as well as to disconnect, through direct contact with nature, and create unique moments with family or friends.

Privacy prevails at the villas and the facilities make the guests’ stay smooth and comfortable. Large windows offer panoramic views. The semi-outdoor spaces turn spaces into bright places bathed in natural light and the freshness of the Mediterranean.

The interior has spacious master and guest rooms with their corresponding bathrooms distributed throughout the villa. Daydream your way through the library or enjoy the fitness and wellness space with its full gym and indoor spa.


The beautiful outdoor spaces complete the unique experience. Surrounded by native vegetation of the area, they include impressive swimming pools, areas for dining and resting, a lounge with a fireplace, and even an amphitheater. The estate includes direct access trails to two beaches and a pier. There are plenty of unspoiled corners where you can get away from the throngs of tourists you may find in other areas.

Their uniqueness in design and architecture has led to these villas being awarded the prize for “Excellent Architecture” at the German Design Awards.


You will find these dream villas just where Greek nature becomes a challenge. In the south of the country and facing the island of Spetses, they are located in one of the most special and deserted spots of the small port town of Ermioni, on the Peloponnese peninsula.

Travelling through this area means travelling through the history of the country from the 17th century to the present day while discovering the wonders hidden in its landscapes along its coasts and the flora and fauna that coexist throughout its geography.

The historic town of Ermioni, where the Adytum Villas are found, makes its living from the sea, fishing being a fundamental source of its wealth. A coastal destination, you can discover the secret of its beaches and its coastline bathed by the Myrtoan Sea, which makes this peninsula resemble an island. Connections with other islands are easy, thanks to a marina within walking distance with access to other destinations in the area.


The growth of tourism in recent years has made some of the main Greek islands become overcrowded, as they are the main holiday destination for many tourists. It is true that, more and more, a new traveller seeks to explore undiscovered corners and delve into the roots of destinations, away from the hustle and bustle.

The Peloponnese is considered a veritable Eden where you can discover the authentic Greece, the one that hides the most unknown history, and including five sites on the UNESCO World Heritage list. (The Sanctuary of Aesculapius at Epidaurus, the Temple of Apollo Epicurus at Bassae, the Byzantine ruins of Mystras, Archaeological Sites of Mycenae and Tiryns, and the site of Olympia.)