The total land area is 17.400mē; one with a surface of 13.400mē and the other with 4.000mē. Both plots are featured from unique morphology and big facades to the road. Due to the great enhancement of the area, there are many projects developed with residences.
The plots are classified outside the city building plan, and therefore on every 4.000mē of land a private residence up to 200mē can be constructed.
The planning permission permits buildings' construction up to 3.480mē for both plots.
Separately, the plot of 4.000mē can accommodate 800mē for commercial building and a settlement of 2.680mē can be constructed on the plot of 13.400mē.
- 852.600 Euros entire land
- 196.000 Euros per 4.000mē
- 49.000 Euros per 1.000mē
About the area
The prefecture of Korinthia, joining Central Greece (Sterea Hellas) with the Peloponnese is the first prefecture that welcomes all visitors who are coming from Athens. It provides the first glimpses of the beauty, history, excitement and interest that can be found here in the Peloponnese. The capital of Korinthia is Corinth. Repeatedly leveled by earthquakes, Corinth is a modern seaside resort, with a selection of shops, taverns, bars and cafes.
Approx 5km away from the town is the Corinth Canal. Originally intended as a shipping route, cutting the time of reaching the port of Piraeus in Athens by several days, it is today more of a landmark. Work on the canal began in 1882 by a French company, and was completed approximately 11 years later by Greeks. It is 6,34km in length, and 23m wide. The canal is passed over by three bridges, the old national highway, the new national highway and the train bridge. Though the canal was completed relatively recently, it had been the desire by many rulers in ancient times, including the Roman Emperor Nemo, to build a canal across the Isthmus (courtyard), though none were successful.
Loutraki in Korinthia is a very popular destination for Greeks and visitors from abroad, and offers a wealth of facilities and natural spas. It is a very cosmopolitan area, and is home to the famous Loutraki casino, which many people visit.
Korinthia also offers visitors several other small towns which are worth visiting, such as Xylokastro, Perigiali, Vrahati and Assos. With several nice beaches, the Korinthia prefecture is a beautiful one to visit, and provides a warm welcome to the Peloponnese to those visitors arriving from Athens and mainland Greece.
Ancient Corinth is one of the most visited ancient sites in the region. Located at the foot of the huge rock of Acrocorinth which towers at 500m above Ancient Corinth, you will find an abundance of ancient sites and ruins. The past glory of the city, which thrived from the 5th century BC to the 3rd AD are there for all to see and admire. One of the highlights of the ancient site is the Temple of Apollo, which has seven of its original 38 Doric columns intact. The temple, dating from the 6th century BC is truly a sight to behold.
Other ruins include the site of the Agora, the foundations of the huge Stoa and the ancient theatres. There is also the museum where you can see the displays of Roman mosaics and statues, as well as other important findings.