Located just 1km from the beautiful green village Myrthios and with a 66m facade on a provincial road and 16.31m frontage at the back of the plot on an agricultural road, this piece of land is easily accessible yet also found in an unspoilt area where one may find a much desired peace of mind.
This magnificent piece of land is also only 6km from the beach of Plakias, one of the largest beaches in the area with all kinds of facilities offered, while for nature lovers there is a 3km roure starting from the village of Plakias, crossing the gorge of Kotsyfos and ending inthe village of Kali Sykia.
Electricity and water supply is readily available while part of the plot is already flattened to ease the construction of a wonderful villa or two.
Make this land the home of your future endeavours, your own personal corner in a Mediterranean haven where possibilities are endless!
The prefecture of Rethymno may be the smallest island's region, but it doesn't lack in natural beauty, cultural goods and history.
It is located in the central part of Crete. Cretan Sea is its north coast and its south borders are washed by the waters of the Libyan Sea. Rethymno is the great and historic capital of the county and one of the best preserved Renaissance city in Greece. With villages of an endless beauty, the prefecture of Rethymno combines all the different styles of landscapes, from mountainous and wild at the highest peak of Psiloritis to heavenly beautiful seaside of Agia Galini.
The traveler will find here historic villages (Zoniana, Axos, and Eleftherna), seaside resorts and quiet fishing villages (Bali, Panormo). Some of the villages are located near Minoan-time ruins (Stauromenos), but all of them depend on the rich nature, which was lavished on this blessed place.
All the villages of Rethymno prefecture reflect the local culture, keeping the original Cretan character intact, not changed by the continuous development. The traditional culture survives here. From the house of Xilouris, in Anogeia, to the old Byzantine settlements in the province of Amari, where Venetian buildings made of stone harmonically blend with humble farmhouses, surrounded by small Byzantine churches and villages like Spili and Argyroupoli, which are famous for their abundant waters.
Most settlements still retain architectural elements from the Byzantine, the Venetian and the Ottoman period. The young people are still living here, though one could think they would have left, carrying on the lifestyle of elders maintaining it as a sacred legacy. The visitor feels the aura of people who lived here and of those who are still entrenched in their traditional tranquil wisdom.
Plakias beach is a beautiful sandy beach with wonderful clean waters and fully-organized infrastructures such as sun beds, umbrellas, various sea sports, hotels, rooms for rent, taverns, cafes and restaurants. In the nearby resort visitors will be able to find everything in term of accommodations and entertainment.