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Beachfront Plot for Sale in ChaniaReference No : #03-1587
Location : Greece :: Crete :: Chania
Category : Land

Beachfront Plot for Sale in Chania, Prestigiously located exactly close to the sea, with views on a graphic lovely port with a sandy beach, this unique piece of land of 10.000m has a building density of 320m, ideal to accomodate your ultimate secluded luxury holiday villa!

 

This magnificent piece of land has a 50m facade on the beach and 380m on a municipal road.

Akrotiri is one of the most frequently visited and most upcoming areas of Chania. It is the home of the most newly built, luxury holidays villas, due to close proximity to the beautiful sandy beach, along with the magical sunsets offered.

Just a few steps from the crystal blue waters, rush to be the owner of this plot!



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Among the cliffs of the Akrotiri peninsula, nature has created a picturesque, small, sheltered cove with shallow waters.

Within the cove, there are two beaches, separated each other by the rocky coast, both very well protected from winds and waves.

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.

Its dry climate combined with the sea breeze form an ideal environment.

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.
Price (Euros) 800000
Build area (m) 320
Land area (m) 10000
By sea yes
Sea View yes
Distance to airport, km 8
Town Distance, km 10
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Chania - Kydonia - AKROTIRI
Chania - Kydonia - AKROTIRI
East of Chania and at a distance of barely 15 km, following the road towards the International airport, is the peninsula called Kiamon in the old days and Akrotiri today. It is a historic peninsula associated with the liberation struggles of Crete. Akrotiri shapes the bay of Suda, one of the biggest natural harbours in Greece.
Worth visiting:
The Venizelos graves, 6 km from Chania, with a breathtaking view of the town
The monastery of Agia Triada, 16 km from Chania. One of the few monasteries in Crete where monastic life is practised.
The monastery of Gouverneto, 20 km from Chania, which has beautiful embossed decorations in Venetian style. The liturgies of Holy Week are atmospheric. Older than the monastery of Agia Triada, with old murals, it gives a feeling of seclusion and isolation.
The beaches of Akrotiri. There are many beautiful beaches, such as Stavros, Kalathas, Tersanas, Loutraki, Marathi.
Kalathas is a small natural bay on the edge of a ravine, with a quiet, sandy beach. Also visitors can swim to the islet which is very close by. The beach can be crowded in summer and at weekends. Very shallow and ideal for children.
Stavros is another beautiful beach. One of the bays of the area gives the feeling of a lake because of its small size. In this area you can find an abundance of fish. At this place filmed the famous Alexis Zorbas and Stavros had its moment of fame.
Loutraki, is a tiny beach with extremely crystal clear water.
Marathi, discovered a few years ago by the inhabitants of Chania. It gets very crowded at weekends. Nice sandy beach with quite warm shallow water.
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