Andros is an island that has enough tourism to be quite well organised, but not so much that it has become too commercialised.
A fairly green island for the Cyclades, Andros offers some really nice beaches, pretty villages and a quiet, relaxed atmosphere. It is the second largest island among the Cyclades.
Getting There:There is no airport on Andros, so you'll have to fly to Athens or maybe to Mykonos and take the boat from there. The suggested itinerary is from Athens (Rafina port-distance 37 n.m.). You will reach Gavrio, the main port of the island. The trip takes 2 hours (1 hour by a fast ship).
The island is also connected directly with Tinos and Mykonos islands (daily), with Syros (twice a week) and the rest Cycladic islands.
At east side of the island, it's located the mentioned plot of 7.500sq.m. front sea, with a construction license for three houses of 160 sq.m. each.