Greek Island of Ithaca to Become High Class Resort


Australian investors are planning to build a luxurious resort on the southern shores of the Greek island of Ithaca, which will host villas, marinas and golf courses.

The investors’ plans for the project have already been posted on the company’s website.

The ILIAD resort which is planned to be built in South Ithaca will include villas, luxurious apartments for rent, many extra amenities for well-known and wealthy guests, as well as marinas with the possibility of accommodating cruise ships. Ithaca today is a virgin area, however, when the project is completed the Greek island will look like a small “Monaco.”

The project includes the creation of a golf course, a marina — with the capacity to accommodate up to 200 yachts — a coastal “village,” six super-luxurious residences and 1020 suites specially designed for the small Greek island of Ithaca.