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Budget studio (2 persons)

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  • Status: Available
  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 01
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 02
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Two bedroom apartment (4-5 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 03
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 05
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Standard studio (2-4 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 1-2
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 04
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Deluxe studio (2-4 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 1-2
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 04
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Suite (2 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 02
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 02
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Deluxe two bedroom apartment (4-6 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 02
  • Double Beds: 02
  • Guests: 06
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Independent maisonette villa (4-5 persons)

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  • Deposit: Required 20%
  • Single Beds: 03
  • Double Beds: 01
  • Guests: 05
Detail Starting at $390.00 / Night

Traditional Cycladic Architecture

The design of Petra Holiday Village aimed to have the least possible intervention in the natural landscape as possible. Nikos, engineer and his wife Aspasia, architect, sought to create a holiday housing settlement in absolute harmony with the Ios environment. Parts of the village have since been renovated by their daughters, Ioanna & Maria, whom are both architects.

The layout of the houses was designed so that each terrace and open space is protected from wind. Respecting the local Cycladic architectural style of simple and minimal aesthetics, the houses were built with natural local materials: local stone and wood.

The houses are bright inside yet the layout of windows and doors are designed specifically for ventilation and protection from the sun. As the windows let the daylight in, they provide for coolness during summer nights. The thick walls help maintain room temperature.

Guests will roam the village patios, stony walkways and garden of olive trees, eucalyptus, myoporum, vines, fig, rosemary, bougainvillea, cedar, prickly pear, geranium, acacia and pistacia plants.

You can read more about traditional Cycladic architecture here