A plot of 6,985 sq.m, with 62 old and new olive trees, is for sale in Mousata, on the island of Kefalonia, in Greece. The plot is within zone (builds 7.5 meters from its borders) and has excellent sea view. The property is very close to the wonderful Trapezaki beach and it is also ideal for tourist development.
Mousata is about 3 km away from the village of Lourdata which is one of the most developed, tourist villages of Kefalonia. In Lourdata you will find all sorts of accommodation; from decent rentals to luxurious hotels for your stay. On the coastal road of Lourdata, there are many restaurants, cafes and bars for your entertainment. The village has a lovely beach of sand and pebbles, and is ideal for relaxing moments. The airport is at a distance of about 9 km from Mousata, while in Argostoli (which is approximately 11 kilometers away from Mousata), you will find all kinds of accommodation, restaurants and taverns, bars and clubs, cafes, bakeries, shops, supermarkets for cheap and affordable shopping, technical services, banks, pharmacies, the General Hospital and the Police Station of the island.
Our construction company, having many years of experience, undertakes the construction, supervision, and delivery of your dream home “with the turnkey”. Our years of experience in construction, our professional competence, our experienced partners, our credibility and our true interest for our customers are our essential guarantees for the ultimate excellent result.
This property, is available for sale by the Kefalonia agency ENOS PROPERTIES Real Estate Services, at a price of 136.000 €.
About the Plot in Kefalonia (Id: EP2235)
- Location: Mousata
- Square Meters: 6,985
- Located: Within zone and build-able
- Distance from Argostoli: about 11 km
- Distance from Airport: 9 km
- Trees inside the plot: 62 Olive trees
- View: Excellent views of the Ionian Sea
- Distance to nearest beach: Less than 1 km from Trapezaki beach
About the Area Mousata
Mousata’s geographical position enables the visitor to have a beautiful view of the green slopes of Ainos, as well as the endless blue of the Ionian Sea…