Cape Krios (Greek for ram) lays at the southernmost of Europe, in southwest Crete.
It is 1h 20min by car from Chania international airport and 5km from the village-port of Paleochora.
The property is an unspoiled, isolated peninsula of 185.000sqm facing East-Southeast with hills, plateaus and ravines over a long panoramic precipice and endless view.
The coastline spreads at almost 1000m.
North is the property of Ioannou & Paraskevaides, land developers of Cyprus.
East is the most beautiful soft-pebble beach of the whole area, Krios beach.
West lays a small ancient port and further away the pink-sanded island Elafonissos.
The land was bought 38 years ago from the Greek government and today is a private property. The owner has obtained:
– forest clearance
– archaeological clearance
– licence for touristic development (after recent official studies) – concurrence from local municipalities.
Paleochora, with its new-built port, as well as all the surrounding area, offer opportunities for development. Southern Crete offers more days of sunshine than any Mediterranean spot and remains, since the Minoan civilization, one of the most beautiful places in the world.