|The property is located in an ideal area for people who like to relax in beautiful surroundings, enjoy walking or swimming at the numerous beautiful beaches close at hand.
This innovative 85mē design villa consists of a split level open-plan living/dining/kitchen area on the ground floor. The living/dining area is spacious enough with light and colour abundant throughout. The kitchen is fully equipped while the living room offers breathtaking views. Double glazed windows with shutters are installed in the villa. Stairs rise to the first floor where two double bedrooms and a sizeable bathroom are found. The bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, overlooking the swimming pool and having access to a large terrace.
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This villa features:
Shared swimming pool with one house
Solar water heating panel
Akrotiri is a peninsula, which is, located north-east of the city of Chania. Due to the availability of the Chania airport (located at a distance of 10km) there is direct access to the area through international regular and charter flights. Moreover there is ferry-boat connection between Athens/Piraeus and Souda Bay (15km).
Chania city has all necessary infrastructure, health care and commercial facilities. Akrotiri is a place for nature lovers, with interesting walking and hiking paths through the unspoilt gorges with amazing diversity, natural beauty and living traditions. With picturesque sandy beaches, all awarded with the Blue Flag, century-old monasteries and churches, impressive caves with rich lithological and archaeological interest, historical monuments, Akrotiri attracts many visitors every year, who enjoy Cretan hospitality and nature at their best.
The main beaches found in Akrotiri are Stavros beach, Marathi beach, Tersanas and Maherida beaches, Agios Onoufrios beach, Loutraki beach and the beach of Kalathas. Although some of the beaches are small, most have local Tavernas offering excellent Greek dishes including freshly caught Octopus, fish and even the local delicacy of sea urchin.