Property ID : OIAHOTEL8
For Sale 1,900,000€ - Hotels For Sale Greece
Hotel at Oia with sea view with 8 Apartments in 2.200 Land Plot
Santorini Hotel with 8 Apartments (20 Rooms and 14 WC) and many Parking seats.
500 meters distance from the famous Oia Village Center.
above the sea-shore (100 meters)
Walk distance to the beach
Buildings of 355 sq.m in Land Plot of 2200sq.m
Build in 1992
With Sea View
8 traditional island dwellings that can accommodate 1-4 persons, in natural surroundings with care for special quests who love nature, sea, privacy
From their private balcony guests can enjoy Oia’s famous sunset and the islandsof Ios, Sikinos and Folegardros.
Rates 100-150€ per day
Oia, pronounced Ia, is the most famous of all villages of Santorini. It is known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and is certainly the most beautiful and picturesque village of Santorini. The village is also situated on top of an impressive cliff and offers a spectacular view over the volcano
The beauty of Oia is unsurpassed. In fact, it is almost impossible to describe in words. Small white houses tier the hillside, interspersed by splashes of rich okra, deep fuchsia, cobalt blue, oyster pink and earthy red. Smooth winding paths interconnect, interrupted now and then by a small church, and at every corner there is something new to discover.
Oia is one of the most photographed places in Greece, if not the world. It has inspired artists, poets and every visitor who visits Santorini. Oia is best known for breathtaking sunsets
With two million visitors arriving each year — or nearly 10 percent of the total number of tourist arrivals for the whole country — as well as frequent first-place rankings in surveys of favorite holiday destinations, the Greek island of Santorini has emerged as one of the top tourism destinations worldwide.
There are currently 75 airlines offering flights to Santorini, with their number rising and flights arriving from dozens of countries, reaching as many as 57 a day during the summer months. Visitors also arrive on cruiseships that dock at Santorini from March until almost Christmas, letting off as many as 25,000 people a day.
The island is very close to achieving the target of all-year tourism. 100 hotels remained open throughout the winter of 2015-2016 — representing one eighth of the island’s total accommodation capacity — in order to serve visitors in the winter months