German-based  optical company, Libuda Optic World,  is promising to buy its customers the tiny island of Agios Athanasios in the gulf of Corinth in southern Greece if they purchase 420,000 frames, according to a report in Kathimerini .

The island, which has an area of around one hectare and currently valued €1.5 million, is being offered as part of an incentive to its bigger customers. Another option is for customers to buy 155,000 frames and pay €1 million.

According to the news site, the company has also offered space flights in the past to its wealthier customers, and the idea to offer a Greek island was prompted by Greece’s popularity as a holiday destination for Germans.