Property For Sale Temeni,Greece

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Excellent Plot of land for sale in Temeni

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Excellent Plot of land for sale in Temeni Greece

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Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought after areas for development right now in Greece.

Plot of land for sale is in Temeni Greece 2044m2 in size perfect for someone looking to develop multiple properties to put on the open market.

Temeni is a village in the municipal unit of Aigio, Achaea, Greece. Temeni had a population of 1,214 in 2011. It is situated between the river Selinountas and the Gulf of Corinth, 4 km southeast of Aigio town centre and 1 km west of Valimitika. The spring water Avra is manufactured near Temeni

About the Area

The region of Achaia in the northwestern Peloponessos is an area of vinyards, wineries, beautiful beaches, medieval fortresses, ancient ruins, great food, and one of the most spectacular bridges on the planet.

Achaia is named for the Argolid settlers who came here after the fall of Myceneae when the Dorians pretty much took over what we call Ancient Greece. It was the first region in Greece to embrace Christianity and was occupied in succession by the Franks, the Paliologues, the Turks and the Venetians before it was liberated in 1828. There is evidence of all these powers in the cities towns and mountains of Achaia.

Patras, the capital of the region, is Greece’s most important sea link with the rest of Europe with ferries sailing to the Italian ports of Brindisi, Bari, Ancona, Venice and in the past and maybe again in the future, Trieste. It used to be an embarkation point to the Ionian Islands of Kefalonia, Ithaki, Corfu, and Zakynthos until they realized that it is a lot cheaper fuel-wise to send the ferries from the port of Killini which is soutwest of Patra, so with the exception of Corfu that is where you catch the ferries to those islands. For Corfu you have to go to Igoumounitsa though there are a couple ferries a week from Patras. (See

During the Carnival season Patras is known for its lively celebration with costumes and partying in the streets, like in New Orleans and, with parades, floats, parties and lots of drinking and celebrating during Apokreas which ends 40 days before Orthodox Easter. This is one of the best times to visit the city.

If you are looking for a nice hotel in the Patras area try the Florida Blue Bay Resort and Spa which is listed as being in Patras but is actually in the seaside village of Psathopyrgos, fifteen minutes away from the city and is highly recommended by Fantasy Travel. Patras is the largest city in the Peloponnesos and has a number of important historical sites, great restaurants, beautiful beaches and a very large student population.

Achaia has a long history of wine making and along with the well known varieties of grapes like Moschato, Roditis, Agiorgitiko, Moschofilero and Mavrodaphne the ancient vines that have survived like Kydonitsa, Mavro Kalavritino, Sideritis and others are being turned into fine wines that are reaching an appreciative audience. There are a number of wineries near each other and visiting them is the best way to spend a day or two in any exploration of Achaia.

Parparousis Winery was started by Thanasis Parparousis in 1974 though his father had a distillery in Patras long before this. They produce Asyrtiko, Athiri, Muscat Blanc, Mavrodafni, Sideritis and Agiorgitiko as well as Tsipuro and Brandy. The primary goal is to promote the Greek indigenous varieties which have unique character. For information about touring the winery e-mail them

Tetramythos Winery on the Pounta-Kalavrita road makes organic wines using Roditis, Malagousia, Muscat Blanc, Agiorgitiko, Mavro Kalavritino, Mavrodafni, Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot as well as their Retsina which is aged in clay pots. They have guided tours daily from 9am to 4pm and on weekends from 10am to 6pm.

Cavino Winery and Distillary is a large production companies with two wineries, one in Aigio and one in Patras. Founded in 1958 it is one of Greece’s biggest exporters with 70% of their wines exported to 40 countries. In the fifties Constantine Anastasiou was supplying wine to Athens whose vines were wiped out by phylloxera and afterwards began sending his wine to Germany. His son Giannis discovered a 500 year old vineyard that was owned but abandoned by the Monastery of Mega Spileo which he leased and began planting different varieties of grapes. His Domaine Mega Spileo wines have won countless awards. The winery in Aigio produces almost 9 million bottles a year. They also make ouzo and tsipuro.

Main Features

• 2044 m2 of land for development
• Excellent location close to many amenities
• Stunning views.
• Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.

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