Santorini Mozambique

Santorini Mozambique Courtyard
Santorini Mozambique Suite
Santorini Mozambique Sala Bar
Santorini Mozambique Pool Courtyard
Santorini Mozambique Patio

Santorini Mozambique

Location: South Mozambique (Vilanculos)

Nestled above the red cliffs of Kingfisher Bay in Vilanculos, Santorini’s’ unfurling view of the archipelago islands and curling mainland in the distance is unsurpassable. Santorini Mozambique is like a small Greek village in the heart of a raw African landscape – a magical combination.

The attention to detail in every space and the personal touch delivered throughout your stay is beyond expectation. From the captivating decor and intriguing design within the villas, to the lush, landscaped gardens and outstanding food, there is nothing that has been missed.


With its rambling white Greek-inspired structures, Santorini enhances the brilliant tones of olive trees and bougainvillea, vast blue skies and the countless aquatic hues that change by the hour. Its structural design makes for an utterly personal experience, whether travelling alone, with significant other, with family or friends.

The main villa consists of five individual, spacious suites with gorgeous décor and elegant bathrooms, each unique in design and feel. The suites open out onto their own private patio with sun loungers and umbrella – the perfect space to take in the majestic view of this magical place. Views of the Bazaruto Archipelago are visible from all rooms.

Guests have the choice of two swimming pools, a snug lounge, snack kitchen and many private terraces and smaller annexes that are ideal for private dining by candlelight.

Families or friends travelling together can enjoy the use of either the Chapel or Villa de Praia, which are two- and three-bedroom properties just separate to the main villa and are equipped with their own hosts, chef, pools, and indoor and outdoor dining areas.

The white sandy beach below is a short walk down wooden steps where you can laze on bean bags under your private thatched beach banda or take out a kayak or paddleboard into the ocean.