land 200m from Kalyves beach
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Information

Code: KL349


Area: Apokoronas


City: Chania, Crete

Location: Kalyves


Plot size: 425sqms


Price: 75,000€

Description

This land 200m from Kalyves beach , is inside the village of Kalyves . The plot is 425 m2 and offers 255m2 each building allowance plus basements if required. The plots afford lovely views of the sea and the white mountains. Kalyves is a very popular village with plenty of tavernas/shops etc. The sandy beach of Kalyves is 200m away.

Distances

Village: inside


Chania airport: 30 kms


Souda port: 20 kms

Nearest beach: 200m


Chania city center: 22 kms


Shops & amenities: 200m

Features

  • Beach nearby
  • Mountain View
  • Sea View
  • Shopping nearby
  • Utilities Nearby
  • Within Residential Area

Area Information

The village of Kalyves

Kalyves is a charming sea front traditional village and has a lovely large sandy beach with views of the Souda bay. One can find all  amenities, banks, tavernas and Kafenions are available in Kalyves. The village is located 15kms from Chania .

The region of Apokoronas:

Apokoronas is situated at the foot of White Mountains in the north-eastern corner of the Chania prefecture and is one of the greenest regions of Crete. The area features numerous interesting sights, such as Lake Kournas, the island’s only freshwater lake and the archeological site of Aptera with its superb views of Souda Bay. Apokoronas features an abundance of historic and picturesque villages with traditional taverns and thriving seaside resorts with beautiful sandy beaches along the coast like Kalyves, Almyrida and Georgioupolis.

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