Enviably located in one of the most outstanding, touristic areas of Crete, in a vibrant area with a laid-back and relaxed atmosphere and just 2,2 km from Platanias, this piece of land is enjoying truly outstanding views and is ideal for the construction of a big exclusive hotel resort of up to 3.000m².
Enjoying the endless blue, this plot is a great opportunity in Crete to own your very own slice of paradise at a fraction of the price!
With a sea facade of 100m and of another 100m to the road, the plot is easy to be connected to the public water and to electricity. Amenities are all within easy reach, including restaurants, beach bars, nightlife, grocery stores, gas stations,
The seafront land's great advantage is that it's above sea level and enjoys wonderful ocean breezes and incredible sunsets overlooking the Cretan sea!
A property which is a nature lover's delight and an investor's one of a kind opportunity for his/her investment plans! Some of Chania's most well known five-star hotels are located near the plot.
The privileged residential location and its close proximity to the port, beach and sea is an advantage that should not be underestimated and a not insignificant element of the true value.
The plot is available for sale for 5.000.000 euros and for long-term rent for 8.000 euros per month.
Gerani is a seaside, quiet village which is built along the old national road, 15 km west of Chania. The inhabitants call it 'Palaio Gerani', meaning 'Old Gerani', in order to distinguish it from the coastal settlement of 'Ano Gerani', meaning 'Upper Gerani', which is located one kilometer to the south. The most of the touristic accommodation is located between the old national road and the sea, whereas the biggest units are located outside the village. The centre of the village is quite widespread and it is built around the cross point of the provincial road to Modi with the old National Road. You can find here many cafes and restaurants, petrol station and mini-shops. One very important characteristic of the village is the small river which passes through it to the sea. The word 'Gerani' comes from the way the locals were pumping water from the swallow waters 500 years ago. The long sandy beach on the north of the village gains every year the Blue Flag; it is partly organised (not crowded) and provides all kind of facilities such as sun-chairs, umbrellas, showers, WC. and sea sports. The blue of the sea joins with the blue or starry sky in calmness and passion.