At the moment, this is the biggest sea front plot in Crete and one of the greatest investment opportunities in Greece.
Building permit fees for the total of 70000sqm (residential development) and 20000 sqm(commercial) are included in the price.
There are numerous reasons why to invest in Crete. First and foremost, Crete is a top touristic destination which combines all possibilities at a low cost.
It is a paradise still untouched with one of the best climates across the globe, and bathing in the warm water of the Mediterranean with a beautiful coastline that runs for thousands of kilometers.
Its primitive natural beauty is in harmony with its highly developed infrastructure and modern, luxuriant sea resorts. Crete is in the center of international interest in the energy sector, given its strategic location and the huge wind and solar resources elevates this place to great present and future perspectives.
Its great landscape diversity and fertile land, satisfies all tastes and hobbies, not to mention that Crete is home of one of the most famous diets in the world, the Cretan gastronomy, which offers a great advantage for investments in agricultural and Food Beverage. In addition, Greece being in the Schengen Area, simplifies things for investors.
If part-time living and part-time letting appeals to you, the popularity of Crete with travelers means that well-managed rentals should expect a very good occupancy rate during the high season, which is April to October each year.
What makes Crete particularly interesting is the low cost of living and the affordable European residency program. Apart from the above, Crete is where Europe's most ancient Minoan civilization came into being, and it laid the foundation to Ancient Greek and European culture.
All in all, Crete is an internationally prominent, attractive and strongly competitive tourism and cultural destination.
Crete is an island with an exquisite 1.000km-long coastline dotted with numerous coves, bays and peninsulas, which afford a multitude of soft, sandy beaches along the beautifully blue Mediterranean Sea. After all, it's among the finest in the world and has established Crete as one of Europe's most popular holiday destinations. And, of course, the island's historic importance in today's world as the home of the Minoan civilization with important archaeological finds at Knossos, Phaistos and Gortys, is evidenced by the tens of thousands of visitors to these sites each year.
However, Crete is the largest island in Greece - the fifth largest in the Mediterranean - and, within its diverse area of more than 8.000km, there are many other jewels just waiting to be discovered by the more adventurous explorers of holiday treasures. If you haven't visited Crete yet, this summer may be the time to come and discover this fascinating Greek island. If it captures your heart, don't worry. Come back next year and Crete will welcome you once more with its smiling Cretan sun, the sounds of the Cretan lyre, the scents of orange blossom and jasmine, a slice of cool red watermelon and a glass of iced raki.
Crete straddles two climatic zones, the Mediterranean and the North African mainly falling within the former. As such, the climate in Crete is primarily temperate. The atmosphere can be quite humid, depending on the proximity to the sea, while winter is fairly mild. Snowfall is common on the mountains between November and May, but rare in the low lying areas, especially near the coast when it only stays on the ground for a few minutes or hours. However, a truly exceptional cold snap swept the island in February 2004, during which period the whole island was blanketed with snow. During the Cretan summer, average temperatures reach the high 20s-low 30s Celsius (mid 80s to mid 90s Fahrenheit), with maxima touching the upper 30s-mid 40s (above 110 F / 43.3 C).
The south coast, including the Mesare Plain and Asterousia Mountains falls in the North African climatic zone, and thus enjoys significantly more sunny days and high temperatures throughout the year. In southern Crete, date palms bear fruit, and swallos remain year-round rather than migrate to Africa
Crete is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece. Fifteen percent of all arrivals in Greece come through the city of Heraklion (port and airport), while charter journeys to Heraklion last year made up 20% of all charter flights in Greece. Overall, more than two million tourists visited Crete last year, and this increase in tourism is reflected on the number of hotel beds, rising by 53% in the period between 1986 and 1991, when the rest of Greece saw increases of only 25%. Today, the island's tourism infrastructure caters to all tastes, including a very wide range of accommodation; the island's facilities take in large luxury hotels with their complete facilities, swimming pools, sports and recreation, smaller family-owned apartments, camping facilities and others. Visitors reach the island via two international airports in Heraklion and Chania or by boat to the main ports of Heraklion, Chania, Rethimno and Agios Nikolaos.