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Popular regions of Greece

What does your imagination draw when you think of Greece? The neat white and blue houses of Santorini, covering a gentle slope, at the foot of which the sea splashes; the white sands of Corfu's beaches, framed by blue waters and emerald green hills; coniferous forests of Halkidiki with numerous beaches, when the trees descend to the very edge of the water; the fortress walls of the upper city and the White Tower crowning the embankment of Thessaloniki; or the majestic Acropolis, towering over the buildings of modern Athens.
Greece has so many beautiful corners, and each has its own charm, its own advantages, and sometimes, alas, its own disadvantages. So where in Greece is it better to buy property? Let's figure it out.

Acquisition of real estate in mainland Greece

The main geographical feature of Greece is its division into mainland and insular parts. The Greek islands have long won fame as the world's most popular resorts. There are few who have not heard of islands like Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, Mykonos or Santorini. But when it comes to buying real estate, islands are not always the right choice. And there are a number of reasons for this.

Transport accessibility

One of the main advantages of the mainland is easy transport accessibility. Major cities in Greece, such as Athens or Thessaloniki , have large airports that receive international flights all year round. In addition to flights, there are excellent bus and train connections. And of course, easy transport accessibility affects the order of prices on the mainland: life here is much cheaper than on the islands.

 

Acquisition of real estate in the Greek islands

Unlike the mainland, the Greek islands are primarily resorts that are unlikely to be suitable for year-round living. The only exceptions are, perhaps, only Crete and Rhodes, but even here, due to the remoteness from the mainland, the choice of activities in the off-season is much less, and the prices are higher than the average for the mainland. But, of course, the islands have their own undeniable advantages.

Wide choose

Each Greek island is its own little world. There are so many of them, and they are all so different from each other that everyone can find a place to their liking. So, fans of natural beauty will surely appreciate the greenest island of Greece - Corfu with its green hills and magnificent beaches, and Santorini is perfect for romantic natures, fans of rocky landscapes and traditional Greek architecture. Fans of clubs and noisy parties should definitely choose Mykonos.

Mainland vs. islands: what to choose

So where is the best place to buy property in Greece? First of all, it depends on whether you want to buy a resort property or move to Greece permanently.

In the first case, the choice should be stopped on one of the Greek islands: Mykonos is suitable for lovers of outdoor activities and noisy parties; for a more relaxing pastime, it is better to choose Crete or Rhodes. However, these two islands, due to their impressive size, can offer entertainment for every taste. The combination of verdant hills and stunning beaches is Mykonos' trademark, while luxury holidays surrounded by Greek architecture and the most beautiful Greek sunsets can be found in Santorini.

If you are planning to buy real estate in Greece for permanent residence, the mainland is more suitable for you. In the south of Greece, Athens is located - a modern metropolis with a developed infrastructure and ample opportunities for life, work and leisure. Not far from them is the Peloponnese peninsula with a huge number of historical and cultural attractions, as well as the island of Evia, connected to the mainland by two bridges.

The second largest city in Greece, Thessaloniki, is located in the northern part of the country. Here everyone can find something to their liking: the city combines the advantages of a tourist city and a large metropolis. And only half an hour's drive away is the Halkidiki peninsula with its many resorts and the cleanest sea.

Greece is so different and different for everyone. And everyone decides for himself which place to choose for his new home. Greece Invest will help you find this house , buy it and make it cozy .

 

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