Seaview Land for sale in South Rethymno Plakias.
Welcome to this breathtaking land for sale in the idyllic location of Skinaria in Plakias.
This remarkable property presents a rare opportunity to own a piece of paradise, boasting a generous plot of 5824 sq.m. Nestled in an enchanting natural landscape, only a stone's throw away from the azure waters, this land offers an unparalleled setting for the realization of your dreams.
With a short distance of only 2 km from the sea, this exquisite property embraces the true essence of coastal living. Boasting panoramic and uninterrupted views of the mesmerizing waters, this land ensures an ambiance of tranquility and serenity, perfect for those seeking a private residence or a luxury holiday villa. The surrounding area is known for its peaceful surroundings, providing an ideal setting to indulge in a harmonious lifestyle away from the bustling city.
Additionally, the land benefits from its proximity to electricity and water supply, which are conveniently located just 250 meters away. This feature further enhances the land's potential, allowing for ease of development and utilization of modern amenities.
Skinaria, located in Plakias
in South Rethymnon, is a coastal village renowned for its unspoiled beauty and charm. Situated amidst awe-inspiring natural landscapes and heavenly beaches, it offers a haven for nature lovers and sunseekers alike. With its crystal-clear waters and breathtaking rocky cliffs, Skinaria Plakias
remains a hidden gem on the southern coast of Crete.
In conclusion, this stunning land for sale in Skinaria Plakias
presents an extraordinary opportunity to create the life you have always envisioned. Offering a blend of natural beauty, convenience, and tranquility, this property is an unparalleled investment choice. Don't miss your chance to own a slice of paradise in this captivating coastal haven.
Seaview Land for sale in South Rethymno Plakias. Location Information:
Skinaria Beach (or Shinaria) is located 33km south of Rethymno, 3km south of the village Lefkogia, in the east part of the wider Plakias area. Skinaria is a small beach with soft gray-beige sand and fine pebbles, with crystal blue deep water. The seabed is rocky, but on the north part of the beach, it is sandy.
Life thrives in the area, both inside and outside of the sea. On the beach, there are small ponds with fresh water that comes from springs that carry water from the mountain of Kouroupa. Around these lakes lush vegetation has been developed, reminiscent of tropical landscapes. Moreover, locals say that life in the sea is as vivid as that on the beach. Indeed, the seabed of Skinaria is one of the richest on the island. It hosts huge morays, blackfish, octopus, and generally all types of local marine biology, in abundance. Furthermore, water clarity is really impressive, usually exceeding 40m in the horizontal direction. Indeed, it is no coincidence that most scuba diving centers in Crete have Skinaria as their program.
The beach is slightly organized, with a tavern offering a few umbrellas and refreshments; the last time we visited the beach, umbrellas, and sunbeds were free if you bought refreshments. The beach can be accessed via a narrow road that starts from Lefkogia. The very narrow road that starts from Lefkogia leads to the beach after 2km. On the way to the beach, you'll see an amazing cylindric cave on your left hand, inside a rock.
Plakias is located in southern Crete, about 30 minutes’ drive or 35 km south of Rethymnon. The houses of Plakias hug a large crescent-shaped bay, with most buildings near the small harbor.
Plakias Village, a big crescent bay holding a fine beach. This is quite a busy tourist destination but has a unique feel, which appeals to some who normally choose to stay in smaller, quieter places. The beautiful surrounding countryside, fine walks, and gorges.
Plakias Village, on the south coast – directly south of Rethymno about 30 km south of Rethimno small town. It is part of the municipal unit Foinikas.
A big crescent bay holding a fine beach between two immense wind tunnels, the gorges of Selia and Kourtaliiotiko.
This is quite a busy tourist destination but has a unique feel, which appeals to some who normally choose to stay in smaller, quieter places. The beautiful surrounding countryside, fine walks, and gorges.
Plakias is surrounded by mountains to the north and the Libyan Sea to the south. The name in Greek means “flat” but the approach and coastline are quite mountainous and dramatic.
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