The ground floor apartment has three different entrances and consists of a kitchen and a living room, ready for your taste and character to turn it into a lovely home and a place where new memories will be created.
There are also two bedrooms and a bathroom. Both bedrooms have balcony doors that lead to the yard where you can chill out and enjoy the Mediterranean sun while gazing into the stunning sea view.
An external staircase leads to the first floor where you can find a beautiful apartment. Entering the apartment, there is hallway that leads straight to a balcony with unobstructed sea view. On the right hand of this hallway, there are the kitchen, the bathroom with a bathtub and vanity units, and three bright and airy bedrooms, while on the left hand there is a spacious living room where you can spare memorable moments with family and friends.
The beautiful garden surrounding the house is the perfect area to sit and eat, relax and enjoy the views to the sea and the surrounding hills. Perfumed shrubs, colorful flowers and trees make the space looking majestic and their shade offer a true haven of rest during the hottest days of the Cretan summer. Steps lead down to the off-road parking area.
Last but not least, the house offers solar power system and autonomous heater.
Ground Floor Apartment: 90.000euro
First Floor Apartment: 140.000euro
Kastelli Kissamou is located 36 km west of Chania in the area where ancient Kissamos (port of Polirrinia) used to be. Nowadays, it is the fourth largest port of the island and is connected by boats with Gythio and Kithira.
The area is very popular for its port, history and wine. During antiquity, Kissamos was developed and flourished as an independent city – from Classical era up to the Roman times – and this is verified by the ruins of constructions that were preserved such as the baths, the water reservoir, the famous floor mosaics and the citadel located in Seli area.
Scientists uncovered in the area findings of Mycenaean times.
Many years later, during the Venetian occupation Kissamos was surrounded by fortified walls for protection from sea enemies.
People also built the fort – castello, from which the town took its name. Nowadays, only ruins are saved from this massive wall as sieges and attacks of the Turks were so many that the wall could not endure.
In the small but organized city museum you will see findings from excavations in ancient Kissamos and its surrounding areas.
The museum’s collection includes floor mosaics of 2nd and 3rd century houses found in Kissamos city, as well as findings from the archeological sites of Polirrinia and Falasarna (mainly statues, reliefs and ceramics dating back to the Hellenistic and Roman times).
The present town is famous for its amazing wine which is produced here and is celebrated with “the Feast of Wine" at the beginning of August.
During the feast local wine is offered in great quantities under the sound of lyre and lute and in a very enthusiastic atmosphere.
The beaches surrounding Kastelli that you can visit for swimming in the homonym gulf are Molos beach covered by thick pebbles, Ghipedo beach surrounded by trees and Telonio beach with view of the Venetian walls.