Athens & Beach – Riviera
Online price: € 22.00
Athens – Piraeus – Beach – Riviera
Online price: € 26.00
Online price: € 65.00
The southeast coast nearest to Athens, an area that uniquely combines ancient with modern. It is full of popular walks, either by the sea or to the Marina or across to the new Stavros Niarchos Centre. Ideal for those who enjoy leisurely, photographic walks across a coastal reach on a Summer evening admiring luxury yachts and boats, beach front, cafes and tavernas
A seaside town full of shops, bars and eateries of all types. It has a beach area, a colourful marina and a long promenade. Glyfada is also famous as a great fashion conscious area, with shopping malls, including famous brands, fine jewellery and art shops too.
Spa Lake of Vouliagmeni
An area famed for relaxation and clarification of thought. It has all amenities, from showers, beds, food and drinks. It’s named after a Greek word for ‘sunken’, and legend has it that a lost city fell into the lake which is bordered by a huge limestone cave. Managed as a stylish resort, its 24°C therapeutic waters boast mineral properties proven to heal various skin problems, rheumatism and arthritis
Public and private beaches line the Riviera’s 48km stretch of coastline, many of which have met the stringent quality standards to earn Blue Flag accreditation. The privately operated, stylish beachside venues feature luxury sun beds, volleyball courts and gourmet dining options. Astir Beach has one of the highest admission fees on the coast; regulars pre-book their lounge chairs. Vouliagmeni Beach is the most popular because it best represents a Greek island beach near Athens. The well-appointed BaluxBeach in Glyfada is the choice for all-day relaxation when with kids, thanks to the shallow sea, the plush beach loungers set on the sand and fine eating. Mikro Kavouri is a picturesque rocky beach with a great lookout point to enjoy views of the Saronic Gulf.