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Beautiful classical Patmos house in Campos bay.

Part of Kafkalidis Estates ,Xenos villa  is a charming 18th century house (180 m2) opposite Campos beach,with view on the sea and surrounded by a beautiful luxuriant garden with palm trees and a small vineyard.

Ideal for a family of six people because of its privacy, its size and its proximity to the beach.

Patmos , the island where St John wrote the Apocalypse, attracts very special people coming from all over the world.


Patmos Villa (Xenos House)

The house which is the oldest building (1792) in Campos Bay is surrounded by a property of 10 000 sq meters .It was one of the country houses of the Xenos family.

The Xenos family had Patmian roots, but many of its members lived and made their fortune in Egypt, Russia, the Ottoman Empire, the Netherlands and Great Britain. This historic family gave birth to many personalities during the Greek Revolution . Such as Francis Xenos, captain and shipowner. His sons, Emmanuel and Theodoros Xenos, who took part in the war of independence and helped feeding the besieged population of Messolonghi (1825-1826). Later on they served the New Greek state, the former as a minister and the latter as the Consul of Greece in Smyrna. Theodore's son, Stefanos Xenos, was the first Greek ship owner of steam-powered ships. His company “the Greek and Oriental Steam Navigation Company”was composed of 24 steamers. Stefanos lived most of his life in London and was also a well-known writer for his works published in Greek and English, as well as the publisher of the famous Greek illustrated newspaper, the British Star and the author of The Heroine of the Greek Revolution (in Greek) , The Devil in Turkey and Depredations. Francis’ great-granddaughter, who lived in Cairo, Egypt, just after the end of the First World War, transformed the Patmos villa and added two more rooms to the old construction. The wooden balconies were added later and reflect the colonial architecture.

Although the family lived abroad, its members always had the island of the Apocalypse in their heart. They continued to come on holiday and find serenity in the house of Campos Bay. The house today is still the property of its descendants


Patmos Villa consists of three bedrooms, one master double bedroom, one single bed room (with two single beds) on the first floor and one double bedroom on the ground floor. A living

room and two bathrooms. One is outside as well as the kitchen which is  an independent

building from the main house. The two balconies have a stunning view on the sea.

In the garden opposite the kitchen there is a shady gazebo where one can read and rest as well as a big dining table  for dinner and lunch.

The house is situated behind Campos beach the most organized beach for children and adults

At one minute walk, you can find the famous Georges bar, and two tavernas.

It is at the crossroad of Vagia (famous pastries at Eutichia), and Lambis (fish tavern) and most of the beaches are at proximity. The island offers a lot of little coves with total privacy where you can go by boat.

The villa is at a distance of 5 km from Skala, the main port and 7 km from Chora where is situated the impressive monastery of St John, who wrote the Apocalypse.

The house is completely equipped (linen, tv, wifi, music, washing machine, coffee machine etc)

A car is recommended.

There are connections from Athens by ferry ( or one can fly to Kos or Samos and then catch the ferry or the catamaran.


In summer those island are connected with London, Paris, Brussels, and a lot of other destinations by charters.

The house is fully equipped, we provide:​

-Linen and towels ,

-Free Wi-Fi.

-Free parking

-Air condition

-Cd player

-Mosquito screens

-Veranda with view

-Fully equipped kitchen ( microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, toaster, boiler, cooker etc.)

A cleaning lady comes 6 hours a week included in the price.

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