Close to Assos village
Close to beach
Topographical plan available
A perfect and rare opportunity to acquire prime land in this beautiful and much sought after area. Large building plot of 9,996 sq. metres close to the village of Assos in the municipality of Erisos, Kefalonia. This land is ideal for the construction of a residence of up to 280 sq. metres. A planning permit was previously granted for a four bedroom villa. Architect plans are available and can be included in the price.
This substantial plot of land with its olive trees, indigenous pines and succulents is just outside the picturesque and tranquil village of Assos with its ancient fortress and harbourside tavernas.
Accessible from the main road into Assos this plot offers peace and serenity, and is ideally situated with iconic Myrtos beach a ten-minute drive away, and fashionable Fiskardo 20 minutes away.
Assos is one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages on the island of Kefalonia. Built on the slopes around the peninsula it is surrounded by luscious green scenery and forests. Pine and cypress trees and crystal clear waters of the Ionian Sea create a unique combination that make Assos an ideal setting. Pretty coloured houses dot the surrounding hillsides, whilst traditional Ionian architecture is retained within the village, together with more contemporary homes. In the small harbour you can see fishing boats and yachts and around the village square you can find several tavernas and restaurants. Assos beach is a beautiful pebbly crescent offering safe bathing, clear waters and views across the bay. In the late 15th century a castle was built by the Venetian army in order to protect the inhabitants from pirate raids. Remnants of the wall and other parts of Assos castle, as well as the church of San Marco, can be explored and afford lovely views of the village of Assos and surrounding countryside
Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands in western Greece. The capital Argostoli has an attractive working harbour where fishermen sell their daily catch, together with botanical gardens, shops, restaurants and nightlife. Important natural features of the island include Melissani Lake, the Drogarati caves, and the Koutavos Lagoon. The island has a rich biodiversity, with a substantial number of endemic and rare species such as logger head turtles. Some areas of Kefalonia have been declared protected sites in the European Union’s Natura 2000 network.