With a very good road access this plot with its magnificent views, is of natural beauty.
With big frontages on two dead ends, it is the ideal choice for someone looking for a unique location to built a luxurious villa, or his dream house.
Its building capacity is 200mē and is suitable for residential use. Two villas are built in each side of the plot. The two roads from which one has access to the plot, are also the roads leading to the villas.
Amenities are all within easy reach, including restaurants, beach bars, nightlife, grocery stores, gas stations,
shops, and the life you always dreamed, is possible!
The altitude of the western side of the peninsula on which the plot is situated, endowed the location with strategic advantage, used as such during Turkish occupation and especially during the last liberating rebellion of 1896-97 as a defence line to protect the local Christians of the liberation army camp. Thus the name “Monte Vardia”.“Monte” is derived from the latin mons or montis, meaning mountain, and “Vardia” an Italian derivative, meaning guard post. Hence “mountain guard post”.
An ideal opportunity, where one can make his dream house come true with no further delay! The area in which the plot is situated, is considered a high profile one.
A plot of wild, unspoiled beauty, with uninterrupted view to the Cretan Sea and the White Mountains ,offering the chance to enjoy beautiful sunsets...
This beautiful plot has many great features and is being offered at an excellent price. Its vistas are just like a card postal, breathtaking, uninterrupted, endless..One can enjoy the city of Chania, Tersanas beach, Stavors beach and the White Mountains.
You won't find anything to compare with the extreme privacy of this amazing plot, too!
The area of Monte Vardia is conveniently situated on the brow of a hill offering breathtaking views of the Venetian Harbor and the majestic Lefka Ori Mountain Range.
The Akrotiri peninsula on which it is located, not only provides an abundance of natural beauties but is of historical importance, too. Crystal clear waters lapping onto inviting beaches and dominant coastlines embrace the peninsula.
“Monte Vardia” is situated 5 km east of the city centre and not too far from the Harbor of Souda and local airport. Crete, and especially the prefecture of Hania, has very many sights worth visiting. But it surely is worth oneĒs while to enjoy the natural and historical places, monasteries and unique caves found on the Peninsula. First stop would be a mere 500m north-east of the hotel, at the historical church of Profiti Ilias. The revolutionary Cretans gathered here in 1897 to demand union with Greece. Here also are the graves of Eleftherios Venizelos (1864 – 1935), a prominent figure in the history of Modern Greece and his sonĒs Sofoklis, who too was an important politician during that time.
Continuing from here, one may visit a number of the peninsulaĒs villages with their interesting popular architecture which has its roots in the days of Venetian rule. Near the village of Pazinos, for example, is the monastery of Saint John the Merciful, a characteristic example of western monasteries and 16th century architecture.
On the way to the airport is Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) an impressive monastery from the Venetian rule, built in the early 17th century by the Giancarolo brothers, who were monks.Further down, going through a ravine, one arrives at the Gouvernetou Monastery (16th century), with Venetian sculptures on its facade. A footpath leads to one of the prettiest areas of the prefecture, dotted with stalactite-lined caves which served as hermitages. 500m further on, is the Bear Cave (Arkoudospilia) with its impressive natural rock formation of a bear.
This scenic tour ends at the 16th century Catholic monastery of Saint John the Hermit. The complex is awesome, as it is built in the river bed of the ravine and in harmony with its wild surroundings.
Last but not least one can enjoy the beautiful peninsula beaches such as those of Kalathas, Tarsana, Stavros and Marathi where one can find the ruins of Ancient Minoa.