-The two villas have the same building permit, they are urbanistically perfect.
– You can combine them with a pergola if you want or you can create a unique garden and it becomes a very beautiful property.
– The two villas are at number 2 and 4 of Viale Tramontana. In via Grecale n. 7 there is a gate that allows even faster access to the sea (about 200 m).
The ancient village of Chia, an important Phoenician and later Roman center with the name of Bithia, was located in a small cove where today there is one of the many coastal towers built in the seventeenth century by the Crown of Spain against the raids of the Barbary pirates. Among the ruins brought to light following a storm, there are the remains of a Punic tophet and the ancient road that connected it to the important city of Nora. Today it is a destination for trekking and mountain bike enthusiasts who can take the dirt road that runs alongside the old road, enjoying particularly fascinating corners of the coast.