Asking price €13,500,000

Private island MakriMakri Island, Echinades Islands, Ionian Islands


    Key features

    • Private island
    • Verdant landscape
    • Long sea front
    • Unique azure waters
    • Available for mixed-use resort development

    This unique property comprises a private island in the center of the Ionian Sea. Named Nissos Makri, it is one of the southern Echinades, called the Ouniades

    About this property

    • Nissos Makri is a private island, with a total surface of 993,900 sqm and a stunning seashore, whose perimeter has been measured at 7,280 m. The clean and inviting waters, the verdant grounds of the island and its advantageous location in a complex of small islands close to Greece’s mainland create an amazing environment for any kind of development. The island is owned by one private individual and there are clear and marketable title deeds; thus, the island is readily available for transfer. Additionally, all the necessary certificates are in place (forestry, archaeology, planning, infrastructure etc.).

      The island offers great opportunity for development. According to the standing laws, it can be used for a mixed-use resort development (hotel & villas) with a total built area of up to 37,000 sq m. Makri island has perhaps the most mature planning status among the other private Greek islands and it has been granted special planning/building regulations. Under full development, a 5*+ suites hotel and luxurious private villas could be built.

    Local information

    • The island Makri is in the Ionian Sea, in the region of the Echinades, very close to the mouth of Acheloos river and the islands Ithaca, Kefallonia, Zante and Lefkada. The Echinades are a group of islands in the Ionian Sea, off the coast of Acarnania, Greece. Six of the islands, including Oxia the largest, were recently purchased by Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, the emir of Qatar. Skorpios island, owned by Aristotle Onassis in the past, is located close to Nissos Makri (24 n.m. to the North) and was recently bought by the Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev.

    Additional information

    • - 18 n.m. from Ithaki, Greece

    • - 15 n.m. from Kefallonia, Greece
    • - 25 n.m. from Kyllini Port
    • - 290 n.m. from Sicily, Italy
    • - 570 n.m. from Venice, Italy

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