My own destination

Our list of destinations is growing but there is no need to wait.

If you have already acquired a plot we can undertake the process of the building permit and make an offer for the construction.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU

Our team of Architects and Engineers will design for you a fist plan of  your dream villa without any extra cost.

Just tell us your preferred destination on the form below.


The best destinations for a villa owner

a. Cyclades

The Cyclades are an island group in the Aegean Sea, southeast of mainland Greece. Many of the islands are popular holiday destinations, known for their beaches, ancient sites, rugged landscapes and traditional blue-and-white stucco towns overlooking the sea.

Mykonos, Paros, Santorini, Tinos and Kea are only a few of the 33 main islands that consist the island group.

b. Evia and Sporades

Evia is the largest Greek island after Crete. Ideal location for a quick weekend escape for those who value their privacy and want to stay close to Attica.

Sporades consist mainly of Alonnisos, Skiathos, Skopelos and Skyros. In the last few years they are competing with the nightlife of Mykonos while offering a unique scenery.

c. Chalkidiki

Chalkidiki is by far the best travel destination of Northern Greece. Only a few hours from the second biggest airport with crystal clear beaches and fantastic scenery.

It is a popular tourist destination and all hotels and resorts work at high capacity through the whole year.

d. Ionian islands and west coast

The Ionian islands offer not only magnificent beaches, but also a different look at architecture, with a wonderful mixture of greek and italian design. The islands, bigger in size than the ones in the Aegean sea offer more choises for excursions within each island to explore the rich flora and fauna.

The west coast of Greece is a destination that has become popular over the last few years. Parga and Preveza offer an alternative choice for tourists and villa owners who want to have a more exlusive experience.

Interested in learning more about our islands? Visit the island gallery