Totalling 1.905m² the land comprises in fact of half of a building block, one of the very few left to be built on in this wonderful area, from which heights you can enjoy the irregular coast lines with the appearance of the lowlands tumbling into the sea.
The corner land has been subdivided into four (4) equal plots of 476,20m² each, with a ratio of 0,8, resulting in 380,96m² buildable area per plot.
- Plot 1 and 2 (upper left and right ones) - face the paved road for 14,19m and 15,87m respectively
Price: 105.000 Euros each
- Plot 3 and 4 (lower left and right ones) - face the paved road for 19,38m and 19,07m respectively
Price: 110.000 Euros each
Just minutes away from the sandy beach, which it overlooks, just imagine having your morning coffee at your veranda hearing the birds singing and feeling the sea breeze at your own dream home.
- Aside from the partial purchase possibility, the land comes also with the possibility of being purchased in its totality, making it absolutely ideal for this 1.905m² being used commercially for an exclusive housing development or even a boutique hotel up to 1.524m², enjoying definitely the most magical scenic in Crete
Price: 380.000 Euros
As being within the building plan the property is right next to all necessary services, such as electricity, water and telephone. With a natural preserve with various species of trees that blossom throughout the year that make the landscape look like a changing painting and perfect complement, the land truly enjoys breathtaking views of the crystal blue sea.
Features access to the amazing and unspoilt beaches of Paleochora where you will find al amenities, restaurants, shops, supermarkets, night life and pretty much all services. The area of its location is a pedestrian precinct ensuring its owners to reside in tranquillity whilst being able to be entertained in the close by area.
Paleochora, a trip to a myth! Paleochora - is a small town on the south-west coast of Crete - Its beauty, tranquillity and laid-back feel bring visitors back year after year. The town of Paleochora is built on a long, narrow peninsula that stretches into the Libyan Sea on the south side of Crete, and offers, among other things, a different beach on either side: sandy to the west, and pebbly to the east. It is a place of sparkling appeal with such an abundance of gifts that it's called "The Bride of the Libyan Sea".
In Paleochora you'll find small hotels, rooms and apartments for rent, and two campsites. There are also many restaurants and taverns, a few bars and cafés, an open-air cinema, a supermarket, a bakery, souvenir shops, a bank, ATM machines, taxis, hire cars and anything else you may need on your holidays. Paleochora is ideal for all sorts of holiday, especially those involving outdoor activities such as swimming, windsurfing, fishing, scuba diving and hiking. There is some nightlife in Paleochora but it's definitely not a hopping place like Platanias, Chersonissos and Malia.
Capturing your attention are Paleochora's enchanting whitewashed houses draped in oleander and bougainvillea, her pretty pathways and streets with cosy cafés sporting decorative facades, and above all, her gorgeous tree-lined urban boardwalk lit by lovely wrought iron street lanterns.
Paleochora has 2.000 permanent residents who held a town meeting years ago; they unanimously decided it was their job to keep all tourists happy. So successful are they at this, they treat tourists like special guests attending the star bride's wedding feast – and it's a perpetual one
Paleochora's atmosphere is akin to a grand swimming pool party, but here, the pool is the Libyan Sea. All this, plus the rapturous views that gift-wrap Paleochora on three sides, seductively revealing the many layers of the bride's crinoline: the temptations of the town itself, the heavenly assortment of beaches and the wild wonders beyond. The rival of her coastal counterparts, Paleochora is unbeatable; she's a real catch. It would seem the entire world wishes to behold Paleochora, bride of the Libyan Sea.
From Chania to Paleochora by bus:
Buses to Paleochora leave from Chania four times a day: 5:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 16:00 p.m.
The bus trip takes two hours, and passes through a dozen unique villages - the most historical being Floria and Kandanos, whose inhabitants were martyred by the Germans in retaliation for their heroic collective resistance and individual courageous acts.
From Heraklion to Paleochora by bus via Chania:
It takes 3 hours to get to Chania from Heraklion. Buses leave every hour starting at 5:30 a.m. until 7: 30 p.m., then at 8: 00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. The itinerary includes a stop at Rethymno. At Chania you change buses to Paleochora, so the whole trip will take 5 hours if you're lucky and catch a bus leaving for Paleochora at once. The same trip by rented car takes about 3,5 hours not counting any stops.
From Chania Airport or Souda Port to Paleochora:
In both cases you need to take a bus or taxi to the centre of Chania and the main KTEL bus station. Alternatively, you can rent a car and ask for it to be delivered to the airport at Akrotiri or Souda Port. With a good map you won't have any trouble finding the road to Paleochora and getting there quickly and easily. You'll need a hire car anyway, to explore the area and the many beaches extending across the 18km of coastline east and west of the town.