Nestled on the coast of the Libyan Sea between Makrigialos and Ierapetra, Villa Fotia offers stunning scenery and a relaxed lifestyle in the southernmost area of Crete.
Villa Fotia sits on a plot of approx. 4063 sqm, covering no less than 152 sqm of living space. It consists of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living and dining area, several storage spaces and a working/study room. There is also a fully equipped guest house of 25 sqm with an infrared sauna. This is a spacious home that can welcome with ease friends and family, who would never tire of watching the truly magnificent sea views from the several terraces.
The villa comes partially furnished with an equipped kitchen. On the terrain, there are 100 olive trees and a vegetable garden.
The property has easy access from a local paved road and available parking space. Other benefits include A/C units in every room, a wood stove, several electric heaters, a solar panel boiler for water heating and double-glazed windows with shutters and mosquito nets.
Lush green surroundings, sparkling blue sea views and the beach of Agia Fotia being hidden between high mountains and rocks, make the landscape particularly impressive. Villa Fotia creates a carefree living experience tailored to the needs of the most sophisticated of buyers.
- There is direct access from the airports located at Sitia (55 km, mostly local flights) and Heraklion (105 km, flights from all major European cities) on an improving road network that spreads across Crete. Billions of euros are being poured into infrastructure on the island by the Greek government, upgrading its road and energy networks, while approval has also been given for the construction of a new international airport at Kasteli in what will be Greece’s second-largest.
- Ierapetra (less than 15km) is the most populous town in the regional unit of Lasithi and the fourth most populous town in Crete. Ierapetra is nicknamed “the bride of the “Lybian Sea” because of its position as the only town on Crete’s southern coast.
- The more active have easy access to water sports, such as jet-skiing and windsurfing. Hiking and taking in nature is also on offer at the Kapsa, or Perivolakis, gorge – a blessed area full of oak and pine trees that includes several waterfalls at different times of the year.