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Neos marmaras

Property in Neos Marmaras- 1.800.000 euro

 This property, which is for sale, lies on the second finger of the Halkidiki Peninsula. It is right on the sea, a kilometre away from the village of Neos Marmaras, and about 1.5 kilometres from the Porto Carras Hotel. The total extent of the property is 6,700 square metres.

 

Neos Marmaras lies on the peninsula of Sithonia. It is 100 kilometres from Thessaloniki Airport and 55 kilomtres from Polygyros, the capital of Halkidiki. Neos Marmaras is a small town with a population of 2,854 inhabitants, at the edge of
the Sithonia peninsula. It has a local government council in its own right. Neos Marmaras is visited every year by many
tourists, combining, as it does, sea and mountains

The marina at the Porto Carras complex and the only floating harbour in
Greece in Marmaras are host to hundreds of vessels throughout the year. Within the residential area, there are, among other
facilities, a health centre, a harbourmaster’s post, a fire-station, a police station, a post office, a telephone company office, ! "&!
two nursery schools, a primary school, and a secondary school (middle and upper). To the south, the village is washed by
the sea and bears a strong resemblance to a Greek island, with its perfect combination of the blue of the sea and the green
of the mountains. From May to October, the village is visited by a great many tourists, with its summer population rising to 20,000. There are hotels in the village, one of which is the Porto Carras complex. This is the largest in the Balkans: three
hotels with 2,500 beds; modern conference facilities; a theatre and cinema; a wide range of sports (golf, tennis, surfing,
sailing and fishing); organized sports events; sailing, golf cycling and chess championships and so on. Porto Carras also
boasts the only private marina in Northern Greece and one of the largest vineyards in Europe, with appellation d’origine
controlee wines which are well-established in Greek and world markets. There are also about 100 modern rooms-for-rent
units in Neos Marmaras, a supermarket and shops with local art ware, tavernas/restaurants, cafés, bars, clubs, car and bus
hire firms, taxis, hairdressers, pharmacies, a micro-biology test centre and a dentist’s. There are also three foreign language
schools and a crammer for secondary school students. There is also a tae-kwon-do school, aerobic gyms and diving
schools.

Halkidiki as a whole is ideal for archaeological tours, with pre-historic sites (the Petralona caves), historical places (Toroni,
Olynthus, Stagira, Acanthus, Potidea and so on) as well as Byzantine monuments (monasteries on Mount Athos). Along
most of the 20 kilometres of beaches in the area, the pine trees extend down to the waves. Visitors can enjoy the bright
blue, unspoilt coastline at Paradeisos, Gregoriatiko, Koutsoupia, and Azapikos, as well as the beaches within Neos
Marmaras itself, which, every year, win the blue flag of Europe, designating the cleanliness of the beaches, the sea and the
surrounding area.

Around Marmaras there are countless small lakes and in areas outside the village there are beautiful, small, isolated beaches
and groups of small islands (Spalathronisia). These are accessible either by boat from the sea or by car/motorcycle and
visitors can enjoy the pristine turquoise sea and the golden sun. The deserted island of Kelifos is also of interest, with its
wild goats, rich fishing and wonderful deep waters which are a paradise for photographers who dive. Marmaras lies on the
road axis to Sithonia and is linked to all the villages in the peninsula by public transport. Several buses also run every day
to Thessaloniki, via Moudania or Polygyros. The village has its quota of public services, such as an Agricultural Health
Centre, Banks (National, Eurobank), Telecommunications Company, Post Office, Post Office Savings, Customs and Harbour
Authority.

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