38,267 sm.

1,500,000 Euro

Athos beachfront development land is located 15m from the sea on the Athos peninsular. The site, on the west coast of the peninsula, enjoys spectacular sea and mountain views. The nearby small community of Skala already has some tourist facilities with tavernas and a few hotels. The sandy beaches are popular with tourists and create ample opportunities for a wide range of water sports.

The land is suitable for a mix of either residential or commercial development. The  site was created by the construction of a new road from Thessaloniki to Ouranopoli.


The land is 150m wide and has a depth of 300m as it slopes down to the sea. It comprises a total area of 38,267.76 square metres. These are comprised of 5 plots, as follows;

  • Plot 1. 9,375 sm.
  • Plot 2. 9,375 sm.
  • Plot 3. 7,500 sm.
  • Plot 4. 7,452.19 sm
  • Plot 5. 4,565.57 sm

Total: 38,267.76 sq.m


The location of the land is easily accessible. There are daily flights from Athens to Thessaloniki with a flight time of 50 minutes. From Thessaloniki to Skala – Neon Rodon is 95 kms by road.

Neon Rodon is 7km from Ouranopolis with the new road and 8 km from Larissa.

For those from eastern European countries, this northern part of Greece is particularly easy to reach by car and plane. Similarly for other Europeans from Germany as well as for Italians there are car plane and ferry services


Athos beachfront development land is in an unspoilt area of natural beauty , in the last of the three peninsulas of  Chalkidiki. The first two of the peninsulas, Kassandra and Sithonia are already well developed and popular tourist areas. Athos is one of those less well known regions of Greece, which is still waiting to be discovered. Part of Athos is a heavily wooded, mountainous area which includes a huge nature reserve.

The towns and communities still tend to be on a small scale. In the 1991 census Skala had a resident population of 4. Now it has shops, tavernas and beach bars, as well as a small port. Skala is next to the community of Neon Rodon which has seen some residential development.

In the bay facing the land is the island of Ammouliana and at the end of the long sandy bay is the small port of Tripita. Tripita is busy in summer with a regular and popular ferry service to Ammouliana both for cars and foot passengers. The crossing takes 20 minutes.


The growth potential in this part of the Athos Peninsular can be huge.  The development opportunities of this beachfront property fully reflect that potential. Because of its size it is suitable, subject to planning permission, both for residential development as well as commercial development for tourism.

Property Features

  • beachfront
  • Mountain Views
  • Sea View