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The Greek island of Skiathos is about to get a new holiday village located next to the well-known Koukounaries beach on the northern Aegean.
The government has given the go-ahead to create the holiday resort following a joint decision by five ministries who took into consideration everything from the investment plan to the environmental impact.
It is to be built in an area that is 65,900 square meters and was sold back in 2013 by the Greek State’s privatization fund, TAIPED. It was purchased by Nathanailidis construction company for 2.6 million euros.