A refreshing tiny blue sign that displayed “Diniview Villas, your house in Boracay,” points to this quaint little resort that’s a quick detour from the narrow road leading to the more discreet areas of the island. From that point, a thrilling 2-minute ride slowly unravels the lush green hilltop sanctuary nesting eight exclusive and exquisitely designed villas that you can call your own little piece of paradise.
Boracay has recently been named No. 1 by Conde Nast Traveller — as if the beautiful island with crystal clear water and pristine shores needed this recognition to claim its title as one of the top must-visit islands in the country. The undeniable charm of Boracay’s postcard setting and the timeless appeal of its bustling party scene keeps it on every traveler’s bucket list. With the continuous development across the 7km island, a quiet escape to Diniview Villas is a privilege travelers who are looking to enjoy the place in its natural and unspoiled beauty is lucky to have.
Being one of the early settlers of Boracay, owner Julia Lervik always had the idea of preserving the island and its natural topography. Originally acquiring the plot of land in 2004 to build her home on the island; the charming main woman of Diniview Villas, who hails from a family of artists in Sweden, expanded the property to provide a tropical escape – a temperate environment where her friends can retreat in the harsh cold months of their home.
Soon, these individual and uniquely designed villas began to decorate the lush hillside, each with their own stunning views of Diniwid beach and front row seats to the famed Boracay sunset.
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