|The Akrotiri peninsula, on
which it is located, not only provides an abundance of natural beauties
but is of historical importance, too. Crystal clear waters lapping onto
inviting beaches and dominant coastlines embrace the peninsula!
Boasting a sensational location, not far away the heart of the
historical town of Chania beats and exquisite sea vistas, an excellent
block of nine (9) flats, is well allocated in the most elite
neighbourhood of the town.
This area of town is home to an array of amenities and is within good
distance of the comprehensive shopping facilities of the city.
The apartments consist of spacious open-plan living/ kitchen
area, boasting a sizeable balcony. Two bedrooms with balconies, a
bathroom. In the building's basement, there is plenty of space for
several storage rooms to be built. Parking space is provided, too.
The one-bedroomed flats consist of a big open-plan
kitchen/living area with a covered veranda, sizeable bedroom with a
balcony, and a bathroom. There is a storage room in the guilding's
basement and a parking spot available, as well.
This is a unique investment opportunity for all those who look for a
profitable option as the apartments can be easily rented. The area is a
highly-desirable one and perhaps the most distinguished in Chania. Due
to the priviledged location, as soon as the building is complete, the
apartments will be easily rented.
Amenities are all within easy reach, including restaurants, beach bars,
nightlife, grocery stores, gas stations, shops, and the life you always
Please note that the building is only available for sale as a whole.
The area is situated 5km east of the city centre and not too
far from the Harbour of Souda and local airport. Crete, and especially
the prefecture of Chania, has very many sights worth visiting. But it
surely is worth one's while to enjoy the natural and historical places,
monasteries and unique caves found on the Peninsula. First stop would
be a mere 500m north-east of the hotel, at the historical church of
Profiti Ilias. The revolutionary Cretans gathered here in 1897 to
demand union with Greece. Here also are the graves of Eleftherios
Venizelos (1864 – 1935), a prominent figure in the history of Modern
Greece and his son's Sofoklis, who too was an important politician
during that time. Continuing from here, one may visit a number of the
peninsula's villages with their interesting popular architecture which
has its roots in the days of Venetian rule. Near the village of
Pazinos, for example, is the monastery of Saint John the Merciful, a
characteristic example of western monasteries and 16th century
On the way to the airport is Agia Triada (Holy Trinity) an
impressive monastery from the Venetian rule, built in the early 17th
century by the Giancarolo brothers, who were monks. Further down, going
through a ravine, one arrives at the Gouvernetou Monastery (16th
century), with Venetian sculptures on its facade. A footpath leads to
one of the prettiest areas of the prefecture, dotted with
stalactite-lined caves which served as hermitages. 500m further on, is
the Bear Cave (Arkoudospilia) with its impressive natural rock
formation of a bear.This scenic tour ends at the 16th century Catholic
monastery of Saint John the Hermit. The complex is awesome, as it is
built in the river bed of the ravine and in harmony with its wild
Last but not least one can enjoy the beautiful peninsula
beaches such as those of Kalathas, Tersana, Stavros and Marathi where
one can find the ruins of Ancient Minoa.