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Santorini Seafront Land for Sale
Santorini Seafront Land for SaleReference No : #GrCy3-115
Location : Greece :: Cyclades :: Santorini
Category : Land

Santorini Seafront Land for Sale, An indeed unique property of 63.500 m² with its own private beach, situated on a cliff top vantage location near the famous Red Beach in Akrotiri, in of the most cosmopolitan islands in the world has a 12.650m² density for the construction of a luxurious Santorinian retreat, where your guests will enjoy breathaking views of the ocean and the extravagant beauty of Santorini.

This rare plot of 63.500 m² with a private beach, by Akrotiri's famous Red beach is ideal for a hotel development.

According to the current legislation a minimum plot size for hotels in Santorini is 15.000 m² which are really hard to locate in such a small island with so many restrictions connected to building.

Morever the building allowance is 20% of the total size with a maximum allowance of two floors 7,5 m in height plus a canopy.

In this piece of land which is a rare 63.500m² there is the possibility of building a hotel of 12.650m² with approximately 6.000 m² of basements,or even split the building percentage to 70% for a hotel and 30% for luxury Villas.

Also the plot is privileged with all permits that are requires to start the building process and in Santorini are in place fast track procedures to assist tourism business growth .

The possibilities give the margin to choose the best option for you and make the most out of this land according to your personal business plan, meant to be a success!


Akrotiri is a Minoan Bronze Age settlement on the volcanic Greek island of Santorini (Thera). The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption about 1627 BC and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks. The settlement has been suggested as a possible inspiration for Plato's story of Atlantis. The site has been excavated since 1967.

It is one of the most important prehistoric settlements of the Aegean. The first habitation at the site dates from the Late Neolithic times (at least the 4th millenium B.C.). During the Early Bronze Age (3rd millenium B.C.), a sizeable settlement was founded and in the Middle and early Late Bronze Age (ca. 20th-17th centuries B.C.) it was extended and gradually developed into one of the main urban centres and ports of the Aegean. The large extent of the settlement (ca. 20 hectares), the elaborate drainage system, the sophisticated multi-storeyed buildings with the magnificent wall-paintings, furniture and vessels, show its great development and prosperity.

The various imported objects found in the buildings indicate the wide network of its external relations. Akrotiri was in contact with Crete but also communicated with the Greek Mainland, the Dodecanese, Cyprus, Syria and Egypt. The town's life came to an abrupt end in the last quarter of the 17th century B.C. when the inhabitants were obliged to abandon it as a result of severe earthquakes. The erruption followed. The volcanic materials covered the entire island and the town itself. These materials, however, have protected up to date the buildings and their contents, just like in Pompei.

Price (Euros) 6500000
Build area (m²) 12650
Land area (m²) 63500
Sea View yes
On Hill yes
Electricity yes
Water yes
Distance to airport, km 15
Distance to beach, km 0,5 (Red Beach)
Town Distance, km 13 (Thera)
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