The land for sale is 523,63 m² and is amphitheatrically.
It is within walking distance to the village square, up on a hill with views of the Libyan Sea and the Paximadi island.
The building density is 200m², and all services are close by.
The village of Kerames is located at the slope of the mountains Notiko and Kendas which are more than seven hundred meters high. The two islands next to the coast are called Paximadia, rusk, as they resemble the shape of traditional Greek rusk. The village itself is very clear with its narrow alleys, a well, village square and even a tiny museum. The hills and mountains of the region are full of olive trees and gorges with streams and cool water often spreads to the sea. Ringtones from sheep and goats awaken memories. Looking at the rambling nature olive fields are next to pastures situated in between meadows, framed by silvery leaves of the olive trees.
An inhabitant of the village, Konstantinos Spyridakis, founded a museum of the interesting folklore with a rich person collection of parts, weapons having belonged to crétois combatants and other works of art.
To the north there's the street from Spili to Agia Galini, the two touristic centres nearby being visited by many guests in summer. Because of some hills separating the area of Kerames from the main route the beaches there, between Agios Pavlos and Drimiskos, are in best condition with only few people.
The other beaches names' are Agia Fotini, Triopetra Beach and Agia Paraskevi. In between there are even more small beaches whose names you'll surely learn about while staying there. The sand's grain ranges from rocky via gravely to extra fine, one sloped is covered with sand while another is rather stony; it's simply rich in variety and playful as nature itself. On some beaches there is a tavern serving self caught fish from time to time, Omelettes, Souvlaki, French fries and salad together with tasty land wine, beer or water are available all the time in accord with the air, the sea and the shiny sun it's a joy. Agios Pavlos' beach represents the area's eastern "border". As if things needed to be - geologically speaking - exceptionally trenchant, there are not only unusual foldings but several other cunning formations to be seen.