The first 4.500m² plot out of the 13.500m² piece of land benefits frïm a 48m frontage on an agricultural road and two entrances.
The middle plot enjoys a 54m frontage on an agricultural road while the third plot has a 10m entrance from the road.
Sitting on the Drapano Cape and overlooking the magnificent Souda Bay, Kokkino Chorio is popular because of its privileged location and the unbeatable views to both mountains and the sea.
From here you can explore the beautiful coastline around the village including a number of caves as well as the unique Apokoronas region: its rolling olive and cypress groves backed by a rocky ridge which drops to Crete's north coast and laced with wild flowers and views of snow-capped peaks in spring.
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The village Kokkino Chorio (or 'Red Village') is located in the northwest part of Chania, at Apokoronas. It is one of the most traditional villages in the area with houses made of stone, beautiful churches (of St. George, St. Catherine and St. Haralambos, the central church of the village) and a picturesque central square. At a very close distance, there are several sandy beaches with crystal blue waters.
At this traditional Cretan scenery, those who want to have a few peaceful days of their holidays can find rooms for accommodation, taverns and cafes. The square in front of the central church of the village was the filming location of the 1964 film “Zorba the Greek” starring Anthony Quinn. In fact, this is where the scene of the wailing widow was shot.
The area around Red Village is characterized by its many caves: Karavospilios (or Petsi Spilios) is situated at the coastal area under the settlement, Katalimata is located in the center and the Cave of Drapanos just outside the Red Village was used by rebels during the German occupation, as it constituted an essential passage to the mountain.
Very close to the village, the “Cave of elephants” still exists. It is a cave in the sea, full of stalactites and stalagmites and the tour inside the cave is simply a unique experience.
Drapanokefala Hill is situated above the village and the strange shape it has, explains the Latin name Calapodha that was also attributed to the Hill during the Venetian period.
At the entrance of the village there is a glass processing factory, which is open to visitors.