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Invest on land in CreteReference No : #03-1517
Location : Greece :: Crete :: Chania :: Municipality of Kissamos
Category : Invest on Land

Invest on land in Crete, One of the most beautiful plots in Kissamos, is this corner plot of 16000mē, with a building capacity of 3200mē, and 136m frontage to the beach, offers one of the best opportunities for investors who seek for a unique piece of land to invest as to exploit it for the construction of a luxury hotel or any commercial use.

 
With additional 156m and 97m frontages to two roads, it is suitable for any profitable commercial use, as it is right next to the sea and just a few moments from city amenities.

Don not miss out, one of the most desirable plots for investment, as the exceptional location, the rare features and the sea breeze calling anyone who is look for the perfect deal!


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15 minutes far from Chania, in the West, Kissamos (Kastelli) is a town with 3.821 permanent residents, centre of the commercial and agricultural activity of the western part area of the prefecture. Situated in a very fertile plain with vineyards and olive trees, it still keeps its ancient name, as officially it is called Kissamos. However, it is mostly known as Kastelli (“castle”), due to the fortress constructed by the Venetians and still standing there.

There are a lot of things to visit when in Kastelli; the town was active during the Greco-Roman period and relics from this period are still present. The Roman baths and cemetery, and especially the mosaic pavements are worth seeing.

In the town there are many shops and taverns and a small fishing port, fringed with taverns, just outside the centre. A little further outside is the port of Kastelli, from where ferryboats dock, which come from the mainland. South of Kastelli at a distance of 7 km are the ruins of the ancient city of Polyrhinia, a once powerful Dorian city. One of its ports was Falassarna the westernmost town of Crete.

With Kissamos as a starting point one can visit the archaeological sites of Falassarna and Polyrhinia, the peninsulas of Gramvousa and Rodopou, the Gramvousa isles, the beautiful gorges of Topolia and Tsikhliana and also the amazing exotic beaches of Elaphonisi. The crystal clear sea and the sandy beaches of Kissamos as well as the possible walking routes make your holiday a unique pleasure.

Kastelli is located 42 km west of Chania and it is the largest town and the capital of the Kissamos province. It Is a town of great commercial and agricultural activity of the western part of the prefecture.

It is plentiful of vineyards and olive trees, while it still keeps its ancient name, Kissamos. However, it is mostly known as Kastelli (“Castle”), due to the Venetian fortress that attracts much interest.

Kissamos is not a crowdy tourist resort, its development is based mostly in the wine and oil production, and the agricultural products. The climate of the area is excellent, with sunshine most of the year. Kastelli has evolved into quite a big town with all the comforts and the facilities that a town can offer. Kastelli is surrounded by lots of villages that offer a variety of activities, such as cultural activities, athletic games, wine festival.

Price (Euros) 2400000
Land area (mē) 16000
By sea yes
Sea View yes
Distance to airport, km 50
Town Distance, km 36
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