The Naftilos hotel is a small and friendly affair in a secluded location. Think sea views across to Turkey, a neat poolside spot and a sandy beach just ten minutes away. Four pastel-hued buildings stand pretty around the yawning sun terrace and oval-shaped pool. Down across sandy tracks and hill-hugging shrubs, views float towards the deep blue of the Aegean Sea. Plump for a parasol-ed sun lounger and enjoy the peace and quiet of this good-looking, secluded spot. And beauty isn’t just skin-deep with the Naftilos. Inside, you’ll find a spacious lounge with wooden floors, contemporary furniture and even olive trees. There’s also a bar and TV room. Think style that’s fuss-free and minimalist. Rooms are fresh and bright with their own balcony or terrace. Plus they’re kitted out with mod cons like satellite TV, fridge and air-conditioning for the hottest months of July and August. Like the rest of the hotel, the rooms aren’t showy. They’re simple, chic and exude seaside calm. Think white-washed walls, pale blue bed linen and contemporary lighting.