Villa Flores towers above an
all-green, privately owned tract of
land that’s teeming with oleanders,
pines, leylands, olives, palm trees,
rose bushes and geraniums, as well
as with protected plant species such
as lentisks (Pistacia lentiscus),
strawberry trees (Arbutus unedo),
kermes oaks (Quercus coccifera)
and Spanish Brooms (Spartium
junceum), on a hillside within a
free construction area.
It has a view of the pine
forest to the southeast and, to the
east, of Toroneos Gulf,
of the peninsula of Sithonia and,
atmospheric conditions permitting,
the peninsula of Agio Oros (Athos).
70 kilometres away from the
airport and 85 kilometres
from Thessaloniki city, 800 metres
from the beach on the peninsula of
Cassandra, on the boundaries of
Kryopigi village, lies Villa...