Santorini Mozambique is nestled in a stunning bay overlooking the Bazaruto Archipelago. This small but stunning boutique hotel offers five tastefully designed suites as well as a private villa for couples looking for privacy and a three bedroom villa.
Designed to reflect the style and crisp white walls of Greece, Santorini Mozambique is a charming boutique hotel based in the gateway to the Bazaruto Archipelago known for its unfurling views of both the raw African landscape on the mainland, and out over the archipelago islands.
This property boasts five unique suites that are fresh and tasteful in design. These suites are a wonderful option for couples looking for a romantic beach retreat.
For honeymooners or couples looking for complete privacy, the Chapel villa is a wonderful option. This romantic hideaway is a short walk from the main villa but is just far enough for complete and utter privacy. Tucked away behind antique wooden church doors, this exclusive use villa has two large suites joined by a lounge, dining area, pool and guest bar that is stocked daily with assorted beverages and delicious snacks. Couples were in mind when this private oasis was created but the addition of the second suite means that this could also be a lovely option for small families or close friends.
The final addition to the Santorini family is a fabulous three bedroom beach villa, Villa Da Praia. Three spacious suites all based on separate levels are a perfect option for families or friends traveling together. Two of the suites have their very own private patio, whilst the third has its very own entrance and manicured garden terrace. Once again this villa has wonderful attention to detail, with vast domed ceilings, striking art pieces and rustic furniture, all tied together with hues of blue giving it its Grecian village feel.
Santorini, is able to offer a variety of lovely activities including scuba diving, kite surfing, dhow safari, fishing, horse riding and so much more.
When to visit
Take a walk down the beach for sundowners on the impressively high, burnt orange dunes