Many people dream of building their own house in Greece with sea view and walking distans to the beach. This plot in Mani and Agios Nikolaos has everything you need and we promise that the spectacular sunsets are not available in many other places!
The sunset in the port of Agios Nikolaos
Object ID: OC218, Agios Nikolaos, Messinia Mani
A beautiful plot on 2.500 sqm: close to the beautiful Pantazi beach and only a 5-minute walk to the picturesque fishing village of Agios Nikolaos with its supermarket, bakeries and cafes. Excellent investment even for those planning a rental business.
On the plot is a lot of olive trees and you will have a few liters of the "green gold" as the olive oil is called here. In the vicinity of the plot there are water, electricity and telephone line.
How much olive oil can you expect? Varies from year to year but calculate about 1 liters from a tree. And no, you do not have to pick and squeeze yourself!
Houses in Greece can also help you find local construction and architectural firms that you can hire for the job. You and your family can control how much work you want to do for yourself or if you wish to get turnkey suggestions.
Book view of some plots at once and let your stomach feel determine where your and your family's place is in Greece! Please check out our rental property and stay in Mani, Peloponnese a little longer. Note that the map does not specify the exact location but only shows area!
Other facts you should know about
- Plot: 2 500 sqm
- Construction Condition: Up to 200 sqm
- Beach and supermarket: 5 minute walk
- Airport Kalamata: 60 min
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- Questions and answers regarding permits and costs
The area: Peloponnese and Agios Nikolaos
On the southern coast of Peloponnese in Greece and about 60 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or 3,5 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is this beautiful and unspoilt little fishing village.
Perfect destinations for those who want to leave the stressful everyday life behind you and here are hot, beautiful summers and mild winters. Agios Nikolaos also used to be called Selinitsa, which means "little moon" or little Eleni: "Selinitsa, the moon roars when it's your name, while Paris caresses Eleni". According to the story when Paris and Helena (Eleni in Greek) decided to escape from Sparta, just the port of Agios Nikolaos they fled to and from there they sailed to Troy.
Agios Nikolaos has a lot of tavernas and cafes open all year round and all around the harbor. In the village you will also find: hospital, pharmacy, ATM, two supermarket, pastry shop, butchers, bicycle rental and gas station. Everything you need for the moment.
The nearest sandy beaches are Voulimeneas and Pantazi but there are more places for those who like to swim, snorkel or sunbathe:
- Katafigio and Plakes beach (on the way to Trahila). In Katafigio, about 500 meters from the village of Agios Dimitrios, spectacular beach with horizontal stone slabs and stones (absolutely not child friendly)
- Stoupa Beach (Stoupa). Beautiful sandy beach in Stoupa, located just off the main street. Easily accessible restaurants and cafes. Family-friendly beach
- Kalogria beach (Stoupa). Kalogria's sandy beach is the most famous in the region and there are also two beach bars, restaurants, sun loungers with umbrellas, paddle boats and shallow waters that are ideal for children. The house where the famous Greek writer Nikos Kazantzakis lived when he wrote the book about Zorba is located right on the Kalogria beach
- Dolphins Beach (Kardamyli). Situated between Stoupa and Kardamyli, this beach is set in a beautiful bay of turquoise waters. The beach has nice sand and pebbles and the water is almost always calm because the bay protects it