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Villa Porto Rafti Attica
Villa Porto Rafti Attica, PORTO RAFTI Avlaki,
Big Villa for sale of total size 800 sqm, construction of 2010
Consisiting of 4 levels: basement – ground floor – first floor and second floor
With 5 Bedrooms (the 3 master) and 5 bathrooms and 3 wc, garden of 1000 sqm and swimming pool 90 m2
The Villa stands on a plot of 1,000 square meters.
Other features are heating, air conditioning, fireplace, security door, awning, panoramic mountain view – forest, indoor parking, underground parking, storage areas of 100 sqm, 2 independent studios, gym, huge living room, garage for 6 cars, outside bar, security system and cameras, drilling.
Best places to buy property in Greece- Porto Rafti
The area of Porto Rafti in Attica is located within 35 km from the city center and 15km from the airport of Athens. The basics of its geographic feature is the double bay (in the middle of which lies the port) from Erotospilia to Avlaki (beach) and 3 islands (Rafti, Raftopoulos, Praso) with human presence from ancient times (located in the ancient cities of Praso and Stiria.)
Porto Rafti is one of the most famous resorts of Attica. In recent years, however, there is a growing proportion of permanent residents and vacationers. Now there are 2 elementary schools, high school and several kindergartens. The last years there has been major residential development, with a major contribution of Attiki Odos which facilitated access to this area.
Porto Rafti and the region around it has much to offer you. Visit its beaches & coves & late night bonfires, ancient sites, Monasteries, museums and vineyards. Drink its wines, taste its delicious tomatoes, roam through the olive & pistachio groves, and eat your heart out at a water front taverna. And do us a favor and make sure to go up to the Kastro for a moonlit evening to see why this town feels like the Riviera.
Porto Rafti beach, Attica
The beach of Porto Rafti, with sand and fine pebbles, is found in front and a bit to the South of the homonymous settlement, at the inlet of the homonymous bay. It is situated 8 kilometers eastern to the town of Markopoulo, to which it belongs and 35 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. The beach is well protected both from the northern winds and from the southern ones, thanks to the two peninsulas at either ends and to the skerries across that do not allow the strong winds to reach the beach, whatever their dire