The town of Paleochora is set south of Chania, along 11 km of coastline bordering the Libyan Sea.
Paleochora's wider area has crystal clear waters, well organised sandy beaches, and beautiful isolated small anchorages.
Paleochora has all the amenities for all tastes; it is served by numerous hotels, tasty restaurants and local tavernas, cozy cafes, smart bars, and lively nightclubs and is one of the top touristic destinations of Chania.
This is a place that will satisfy all your senses and will potentially give you great profit.
It is ideal for investment for construction of residences since there is a high demand for houses and no offers.
The particular plot offers great views and the comodity of being near the shops.
Paleochora is a small town located 77 km south of Chania, at the southwest coastline of Crete and it's built on a small peninsula of 400m width and 700m length.
The town is set along 11 km of coastline bordering the Libyan Sea. Paleochora is built on the ruins of the ancient city of Kalamydi. It is the capital town of the municipality of Pelekanos and its population was 2213 in the 2001 census.
Paleochora's economy is based on tourism and agriculture (mainly tomatoes cultivated in glass houses and also olive oil).
It is a relaxing holiday destination since the early 1970s when it was popular with hippies.
Paleochora is currently one of the fastest growing tourist towns on Crete.
Paleochora's wider area has crystal clear waters, well organised beaches, and beautiful isolated small anchorages.
It is served by numerous hotels, restaurants, tavernas, cafés, bars, and nightclubs.
Facilities in Paleochora include bank branches, a post office, a central telephone office, a health centre, doctor's offices, dentists, chemists, a police station, a coast guard and customs office, and many types of stores.
Ferry boats connecting the town with Sougia, Agia Roumeli, Loutro, Chora Sfakion and Gavdos dock in the local harbor.