The cosmopolitan beach of Pachia Ammos and the center of Paleochora is just a 10 mins walk from there. There is a 73mtrs asphalt road leading to the plot.
It is ideal for a private residence or a rental villa.
Paleochora is 71kms away from Chania and 89kms away from the airport. It is one of the most popular resorts of Chania attracting locals and tourist throughout the summer season. The area is well-kPnown for its numerous beaches and gulfs as well as for its intense nightlife. All kind of amenities can be found there too.
At the south-western corner of Chania prefecture, Selino is a hilly agricultural region with spectacular views over the sea and with many little villages notable for their Byzantine churches. The district was named after the 'Kastello Selino' fortress built by the Venetians in Paleochora in the 13th century. The village of Kandanos is the capital of the province but tourists know the region mainly for the two coastal resorts of Paleochora and Sougia.
Paleochora is a busy holiday resort but it also retains a certain laid back feel and local character. Paleochora is also one of the few beach resorts in western Crete which does not has got a life 12 months a year. The little town lies on a narrow peninsula with a long, curving sandy beach exposed to the wind on one side and a sheltered pebble beach on the other. On summer evenings the main streets are closed to traffic and the tavernas move onto the road. The most picturesque part of Paleochora are the narrow streets huddled around the castle.