Look out for this symbol - Most properties include the right to moor your boat in the natural harbour.
Your boat will lie at anchor in one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the Mediterranean. The entire bay is sheltered by mountainous countryside up to a height of 750 m, overgrown with pine, olive groves, cypresses and various other trees.
The water is warm and tranquil for 9 month of the year so that watersports can be enjoyed for most of the year; bathing, snorkelling, water-skiing etc.. From here it's just a few miles across the water in one direction to the most up-to-date spa hotel in Europe and to the fantastic facilities of Club Med in the other direction. Every visitor has remarked to us that this region is a dream for anyone with a boat.
Why pay hugh mooring fees when you can moor your boat for free, safely, all year round. Enjoy sailing in one of they most beautiful areas in the world. Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos are just arround the corner.
The properties are in the designated building area of the village of Gialtra near Loutra
Aidipsos in the north western tip of Evia.
There is a ferry which connects Loutra Aidipsos to the mainland which runs
every hour each day of the year and thus is only 2,5 to 3 hours from
Athens. It is a 10 minute walk to the sea and a 10 minute walk to the village
above which has several taverns', 3 minimarkets, a bakery, chemist and a
Fresh fruit and fish are sold each morning from the village.The village is
also close to larger towns and a hospital.
We have been in business for 8 years and have built
over 40 holiday homes (with prices from 85.000 € to 400.000 € including the price of the plot) and sold
60 plots. All plots have truly magnificent sea views.
"Greece, Sea Guide" is a series of four books that cover the whole of the Greek coastlines and seas.
Volume II, Part 1: Evvoia, Sporades, Northern mainland - 2nd new updated edition Published 2007
The retail price of each volume is 90 €. Each volume contains all the charts together with navigational information as well as port and bay plans for the area it covers. http://www.eagleray.gr/