£ 60,354 | USD $ 77,784
Size: Floor: 400 (m2) Land: 828 (m2)
Advert last updated: 9/11/2019
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Located in Palekastro, only 1.8 km from the east coast of Crete and its beautiful sandy beaches.
Buildings of up to a total of 400 m2 plus basement(s) can be built on this plot of 828m2 as it lies within the village boundaries.
It has good road access and all services like water, power and phone lines with broadband internet access are available on the spot.
The east coast of Crete is 1.8 km (on a straight line) away from this plot.
The town of Sitia as well as the Sitia Airport is 16.7 km away (20 min. drive).
The international airport of Heraklion is slightly more than a 2-hour drive away.
Palekastro is a large village (1100 inhabitants) with most people working in agriculture. But with its good beaches the area around Palekastro has started to attract tourism and slowly a good infrastucture is emerging for both tourists and permanent residents. The village is set back from the sea.
Palekastro is a living village, not a tourist resort. So it is lively but 'Cretan lively'. The tourists and emigrants who come as far as here are mainly looking for peace and quiet and what could be described as the 'real Crete'.
There are plenty of restaurants to choose from, both in the village and by the beaches and there are enough good shops providing the basic needs of people living here.
The closest beach is Chiona, about 20 minutes walk from the village. This small beach of fine sand offers a better protection from the wind than Kouroumenos. Kouroumenos is a long (over 2 km) sandy beach popular with wind-surfers because of the frequent wind. Both beaches are quiet beaches, even in high season but for those who want it even quieter, there are more remote bays nearby.