Eléa Estate has been designed to respect and complement the natural environment and to ensure that the estate’s impact on the local community is purely positive. This is respected throughout the estate including the golf course, the estate areas and the private properties and golf villas.
The plants chosen for our villa landscaping are native species, able to thrive in the arid eastern Mediterranean climate and requiring minimal watering. The landscape has been based on local flora with more than four hundred mature carob trees carefully relocated to our nursery, nurtured and successfully replanted throughout the estate as part of our landscaping.
We have recently planted a further 1,300 carob trees, along with wild olive shrubs and numerous indigenous species that are ethically-grown and locally-sourced.
This commitment to our environment and heritage ensures that Eléa Estate’s landscape fits naturally into its inspirational Mediterranean setting.