Folegandros, a beautiful island of  Cyclades in the middle of the Aegean Sea,” Chora” with unique Cycladic architecture,beaches with magnificent transparent waters, summer cool off from the heat the rest of Greece.

Fani Vevis Hotel

FANI –VEVIS is a traditional stone building of the 19th century,  it is  unique because of the way of construction which is representative of this period of time.



UNIQUE LANDSCAPE Folegandros, a rock in the deep blue, a strip of land in the sea. With a length of only 13 km and a width of 1.1 km, you feel the wild beauty of the island as you cross it. Small bays with crystal waters emerged from the rugged coast. Unique island, representative Cycladic environment.


ASSETS Cycladic beauty, authentic images plucked from the past, unique experience hiking in monasteries and churches. Clean beaches with emerald small bays, local cuisine with products of the island - Fish, honey, cheese.


ARCHITECTURE The island has a uniquely authentic Cycladic architectural style. The village “Chora” with white houses, narrow streets and picturesque squares as from theater scene dominates at the top of a rock. Medieval Castle -the original piece of Chora - hanging on the edge of the cliff. Ano Meria the second village of the island features traditional houses. Incredible view of the sea brings you into contact with the wildest beauty of the island.


CLIMATE The climate is dry with very rare rainfall, unique cool summer. The island is in the middle of the Aegean Sea and with the help of “Meltemi” breeze it never gets hot.


LOCATION In a quiet corner on the edge of “Chora “ as you go for “Agali” Bay is Fani Vevis Garden Hotel. Overlooking the whole region around the village and with easy accessibility you can enjoy the quietness while being very close to the center.


ACCESSIBILITY The island is located near the island of Santorini and the International Airport. There is also a regular communication during the summer months with Piraeus and the surrounding islands.


Photos from Fanis-Vevis Hotel

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Photos from Folegandro

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