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Crete LandReference No : #03-1596
Location : Greece :: Crete :: Chania :: Municipality of Platanias
Category : Land :: Private purpose :: Over 100.000 Euros

Crete Land, Just at 200m from the beautiful sandy beach of Stalos, in Chania, overlooking the famous Thodorou island, a plot of 2234m² with superb sea views, a 400m² buildind density to accomodate your amazing villa and 1100m² to built a profitable holiday rental in the sunny island of Crete!

This magnificent piece of land has a 31m facade towards a municipal road, and is situated in one of the most popular districts of Chania which attracts millions of visitors every year.

It represents an one of a kind opportunity not to be missed!


Stalos is located 7km west of Chania, between Kalamaki and Agia Marina. Stalos is well developed and attracts a large number of visitors each summer.

Kato Stalos, which is the coastal part of the wider area called Stalos, has a fantastic sandy beach. The beach is very well organized and provides any required touristic services. Therefire, the beach is awarded every year with blue flag.

Pano Stalos, located 150m souther, is a beautiful traditional village, surrounded by green hills and amazing formations of rocks.

Stalos is an ideal place to stay for holiday. It is close to the city of Chania and offers all necessary services to its visitors. There are also regular bus services to the city of Chania.

According to one Cretan legend, Stalos got its name afterTalos, the bronze giant that circled the island three times per day and protected it from the enemies. It was believed that Talos had his base in Stalos. However, it is more possible to have been taken after the Greek verb stalizo, a verb that means stop for resting. Here, the locals shepherds stopped with their flocks so as to rest (or get stalled). Note that the English word stall has the same Greek origin.

Price (Euros) 250000
Sea View yes
Distance to airport, km 20
Distance to beach, km 0,2
Town Distance, km 5
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Chania - Kydonia - PLATANIAS
Chania - Kydonia - PLATANIAS
The many plane trees (platania) at the nearby river exlain the name of the village. At the Venetian inventories Platanias is mentioned as Platanea and Pirgho Platanea. The village was built amphitheatrically on a high, rocky place, with picturesque houses. Now it has spread to the sea-side. Nowadays we can describe Platanias as a tourist centre with beautiful sandy beaches, next to a plush green hill. Opposite Platanias lay the island of St. Teodori or Thodorou.

The Turks mention it as Tourlou-Andasi, and the Venetians as San Theodoro. In 1574, during the Venetian dominion, it was decided to fortify it in order to stop the Turks from landing on Platanias. So, they built on the island, on the highest point, a multi-angled fortress, which they called Turluru, and another multi-angled fortress at a lower level, which they called San Theodoro. At the present time the island serves as a rearing place for the Cretan wild goat. The access is forbidden, however, visitors can reach the islet by pedal-boat or swimming and can encircle it. Platanias offers hotels, rooms for rent and taverns. Worth visiting is the village of Platanias on top of the hill, picturesque and peaceful with many orange groves. You can get there by suburban buses from Chania (KTEL) or by car if you take the road to Kissamos. (18 km west of Chania).

A village which is very important for recent Greek history, as violent battles took place round its pre-war airport, between the Allies and the Germans in May 1941. In this village you can also see the German cemetary with the victims of the Second World War.
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