Buying your own villa on the islands is one of the best options for investment – elegant architecture that is fully owned by the owner, high environmental performance, safety, best views from the window and maximum peace of mind – all this makes homes outside the continent so attractive.
The large enough Italian island of Sardinia offers a wide choice of sandy beaches and picturesque mountain landscapes with many hiking trails. Sardinia even has railways that allow the local light metro to function. The capital of the island of Cagliari, where so well preserved centuries-old cheerful Italian architecture. A few kilometers from the city for 950,000 euros you can buy a prestigious villa surrounded by a private park of 5000 square meters with swimming pool and its own access to the sea coast. The property of 230 m² features 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, a seating area and a large fireplace. The property is also unique in that it has marble floors and columns as well as Venetian wall plaster.
The city of Chania is one of the most picturesque parts of Crete and was the capital of the island until 1971, when it was moved to Heraklion. In the urban architecture of Chania and its surroundings there is an interesting blend of Byzantium, Venice and classical Greece, all of which is a legacy of the rich history of the city. The harbour of Chania houses one of the oldest lighthouses in the world – today it is a kind of “business card” and a symbol of the city. Just 10 minutes from the old town of Chania, a two-storey villa of 122 sqm, built as part of a new residential complex, which is located directly on the seafront, is for sale for 433,000 euros. The complex has a swimming pool, artificial ponds, landscaped gardens and terraces. Each property has a magnificent view to the sea, and to the sandy beach – at hand.
Cyprus today has become the island leader in Europe in terms of the number of residential properties sold, among which there is a large selection of villas of all kinds – from the most budget options to premium. The city of Paphos, which has made history thanks to the local legend of the emergence of Aphrodite from the foam of the sea, is also rich in royal tombs, mosaics, catacombs – it is no coincidence that the ancient city of Paphos was taken under UNESCO protection the very first in Cyprus in 1980.
Balearic Islands, Spain
Mallorca is the most famous of the Balearic Islands located in the Mediterranean Sea. The island is famous for its seaside resorts, secluded bays, limestone mountains, as well as Roman and Moorish architectural monuments. Mallorca is one of the most democratic islands in the Balearic Islands, which attracts both young people and families with children and respectable people at an age. Pricing is clearly changing with every kilometre from the coast to the centre of the island – the further away, the cheaper. At 10 minutes from the capital of the island of Palma de Mallorca for 550 000 euros you can buy a villa of 140 sq.m. with a plot of 2100 sq.m., which also houses a guest house, sauna and pool. The main house has four bedrooms and a fireplace, while outside in the garden there is a barbecue area and parking. The property has solar panels to provide heating and light. More interesting options can be found at https://yes-mallorca-property.com/.
Croatia is famous not only for its long coastline along the Adriatic Sea, but also for countless islands. Hvar has the glory of the sunniest island in the Adriatic (349 sunny days per year), and its territory is home to many Renaissance landmarks surrounded by beautiful nature. Lavender has become one of Hvar main symbols, so many tourists are eager to visit the island during its blooming period to admire the local huge flower fields.