The high temperature in summer is forcing us to plan a getaway, maybe Greek? Sounds cool right? But are you sure you can afford it? Look at these luxurious vacation houses! $14,000 a week, ugh, I guess I might better camp outside my house and call it a vacation.
Nevertheless, it’s free to look at these pictures! I mean, they are awesome and, hell, I’ve decide to work hard from this day, who knows, maybe someday I could afford one of this!
Scroll down and see some unbelievable fancy vacation houses for a Greek island getaway! And don’t forget to share this with your friends! 🙂
This modern villa is located on the island of Rhodes, an ancient city that hosts many historical sites and has even earn itself a spot as a World Heritage Site.
The four-bedroom waterfront home sleeps 10, and features a living room that opens up to a stunning poolside, ocean view.
Nestled on the island of Paros, this two-story rental features an infinity pool, as well as views of the island and sunsets.
You’ll probably never even sleep in the house considering there’s a bed by the pool and jacuzzi with 180-degree ocean views. This four-bedroom villa is close to the beach and has modern technology in case you want to stay connected. (We suggest you don’t.)
This oceanfront five-bedroom home on the island of Naxos gives a little more bang for your buck, and features a private pool, home theatre, internet access and a private bathroom for every bedroom.
Although the weekly rental rate of this property is $9,800, it can accommodate up to 12 people. It’s located on Mykonos, one of the more popular island where tourism is a major industry.
Don’t worry, you can forget all about the $14,000-per-week price tag while relaxing in the hot tub.
Standing tall on the Caldera cliffs in Santorini, this luxury rental seems almost too good to be true. Surrounded by private gardens, the listing boasts a private residence with no surrounding neighbors, a rarity on such a popular island.
Sitting alongside citrus trees, herb and vegetable gardens, this quaint villa on the island of Hydra offers amazing views and a lower price tag compared to some of the more touristy islands.
This quiet home is perfect for escaping tourism, but still capturing the vibes of the Greek islands. The island hosts a number of vineyards in which Muscat wine is produced.
The attention to detail and style in this villa is exceptional, and looks just as good as its oceanfront view. In addition to a beautiful pool, there is also a private beach, accessible only to a few homes in the area.
At just $70 a night, this small home is cheaper than most hotels, and the island of Milos has about 70 beaches to choose from.
This five-bedroom villa on the island of Kos is actually situated right in the middle of an olive grove and is surrounded by fruit trees and herb plant to which you can help yourself. The roof provides 360-degree views, and the island of KOS has a variety of activities and water sports to keep you entertained.
At just $118 per night, this charming stone home on the island of Chios. A small porch and balcony overlooks the Aegean sea, and a short walkway lead to a Venetian Castle in the village of Volissos.
This traditional and quaint home on the island of Patmos is truly a place to get away and the island is known for being one of the more tranquil.
Located on the island of Tinos, this waterside Greek villa features a huge outdoor space with a pool and stunning views.
This is literally the dream house!