This is a seafront land for sale in Crete Greece, with a surface of 23,026.37 sqm, in the perimeter zone of Stavros village, in Akrotiri, peninsular, in Chania with unobstructed, panoramic views to the sea and Stavros Mountain. The building density for the construction of commercial development is 3500sqms and therefore it is an ideal property for building a resort hotel or an apartment complex.
The location is quiet with excellent tar road access. The area of Stavros is very popular with holidaymakers and features several quality holiday resorts.
The sandy beach of Stavros is just two km away, as are the village amenities including mini-markets, tavernas, cafes, bakery.
The utilities of electricity and water are next to the plot for easy connection.
Stavros, Crete is a seaside village located 17km northeast of Chania, at the northernmost edge of Akrotiri peninsular. One characteristic feature of the area is the very steep camel-shaped mountain Vardies rising opposite the harbor of Stavros. The mountain is famous, because there were filmed scenes for the film “Zorba the Greek”, where Anthony Quinn danced the famous Sirtaki Dance in 1964. Then Stavros was a humble small fishing village. Today the region has become a major tourist resort with many hotels and important tourist infrastructures, as well as a preferred destination to buy property in Crete. The two beautiful beaches of the area have contributed to the development of the area.
If you are looking for property for sale in Akrotiri, Crete, the peninsula features some of the most beautiful and cleanest sandy beaches of Chania. Numerous beaches include, well-known Stavros beach, where Zorbas the Greek was filmed, Kalathas and Tersanas. Kalathas beach is a beautiful sandy beach lined with pine trees in the south and a small islet at swimming distance and features cafes and traditional tavernas. Tersanas, Crete is another fine sandy beach with shallow waters suitable for children. A variety of wild birds and turtles find haven in this peaceful area which is so diverse, offering endless possibilities to the visitor, from birdwatching, horse-riding, hiking or simply relaxing and enjoying the scenery. There are also several churches and historically significant monasteries in the area such as the impressive Agia Triada and Moni Gouvernetou built in the 16th century, a visit to which is highly recommended.