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Beaches located Corinthiakos Bay
(Following the root from North to South)
Porto Germeno Beach
The long beach in front of the homonymous summer settlement is a beach of free access situated some 20 kilometers far from Villia and 60 kilometers western to the city center of Athens. more about Porto Germeno Beach...

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Psatha Beach
Psatha is a 2,5 kilometers long beach with nice sand and free access; the beach is situated below the mountain Pateras and has a fascinating view of Corinthiakos Bay and of the thick pine wood of the mountain. It is found some 20 kilometers far from Villia and 60 kilometers western to the center of Athens. more about Psatha Beach...

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Alepochori Beach
The long beach in front of Alepohori (the word means “the village of the foxes”) is a beach of free access situated some 20 kilometers far from Villia and 60 kilometers western to the city center of Athens. more about Alepochori Beach...

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Kala Nisia or Alkyonides Islets
Almost at the center of the bay of Alkyonides it is found the homonymous group of small islands. At the biggest of them, called Zoodohos Pighi, there is an old abandoned monastery. The island has also a well for water and some trees that offer their shade to the few visitors who come here. The island is situated at a distance of some 14 nautical miles far from the port of Corinth.

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Beaches located at Western Saronicos Bay
(Following the root from West to East)
Kineta Beach
The sandy beach at the western part of Saronicos Bay is rather well protected from the northern winds; it is situated in front of the summer settlement of Kineta within a wonderful environment with pine trees and with nice summer houses. more about Kineta Beach...

Kineta on Google Maps
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Pachi Beach
The sandy beach in front of the settlement of Pahi is situated at a distance of some 41 kilometers western to the center of Athens, within Saronicos Bay, well protected from the northern winds. more about Pachi Beach...

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Nea Peramos Beach
The sandy beach in front of the settlement of Nea Peramos is situated at a distance of some 35 kilometers western to the city center of Athens, within Saronicos Bay, well protected from the northern winds. more about Nea Peramos Beach...

Nea Peramos on Google Maps
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Loutropyrgos Beach
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Loutropyrgos on Google Maps
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Beach of Elefsina
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Elefsina on Google Maps
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Beaches located at Saronicos Bay
(Following the root from North (Piraeus) to South (Sounio))
Freatida Beach
The organized sandy beach of Freattyda is situated at the southern coast of the peninsula of Piraeus, before arriving to Zea (also known as Pashalimani), within the urban tissue of the city of Piraeus. It is found at a distance of 13 kilometers far from the center of Athens. more about Freatida Beach...

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Votsalakia Beach
The sandy, well organized beach of Votsalakia (meaning “small pebbles” in Greek) is situated between Mikrolimano (known also as Tourkolimano) and Zea (known also as Pashalimani) at the southern coast of the peninsula of Piraeus, within the urban tissue of the city of Piraeus and below the well known hill of Kastella. more about Votsalakia Beach...

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Batis Beach
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Batis on Google Maps
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Alimos Beach
The long, sandy, well organized beach along the coastal Poseidonos Avenue at Alimos, is situated at a distance of some 8 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens; it is the closest beach to the city center. It is a municipal beach, free of charge during the weekdays. more about Alimos Beach...

Alimos on Google Maps
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Agios Kosmas Beach
Agios Kosmas is a long, sandy, well organized beach in short distance (a few hundred meters) off the coastal Poseidonos Avenue, just after Alimos and opposite to the ex- Western Airport of Athens. It is situated at a distance of some 9 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens; this too is one of the closest beaches to the city center. more about Agios Kosmas Beach...

Agios Kosmas on Google Maps
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Asteras of Glyfada Beach
The beach of Asteras (meaning “star” in Greek) starts just behind the old nightclub “Asteria” and is extended all along the small peninsula southern to Glyfada. It is situated only a few hundred meters far from the center of Glyfada and some 20 kilometers from the city center of Athens. more about Asteras Beach...

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Beaches of free access in the area of Glyfada
The coast of Glyfada, from the area of the Olympics’ installations within the former International Airport, up to the beach of Asteras, is composed by marinas alternating with patches of beaches with free access. more about Glyfada free access beaches...

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Beach of “A’ Alipedo Voulas”
The long sandy and pretty popular beach of “A’ Alipedo Voulas” (“the first beach of Voula”) is situated a few meters off the coastal Poseidonos Avenue, just at the tramway station, at a distance less than 18 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens; it is one of the beaches closer to Athens. more about the beach of “A’ Alipedo Voulas”...

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Beach of “B’ Alipedo Voulas”
The long sandy and pretty popular beach of “B’ Alipedo Voulas” (“the second beach of Voula”) is situated a few meters off the coastal Poseidonos Avenue, some 500 meters after the tramway station, at a distance less than 18 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens; it is one of the beaches closer to Athens. more about the beach of “B’ Alipedo Voulas”...

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Katramonisi Islet
Katramonissi (“the tar island” in Greek) is a small skerry, just opposite to Voula. The islet has a small scenic cove facing the North, with a small wooden mole for mooring of small boats.

Katramonisi Islet on Google Maps
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Mikro Kavouri Beach
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Mikro Kavouri beach on Google Maps
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Kavouri Beach
Kavouri (the word means “crab” in Greek) is a small peninsula with patches of sandy and rocky beaches with free access, situated in short distance from Vouliagmeni.The place is found some 16 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and is one of the closest beaches to the capital city. more about Kavouri Beach...

Kavouri on Google Maps
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Fleves Islets
Fleves (the word means “vein” in Greek) are two small scenic islets, just across the peninsula of Kavouri. The southern coast of the island is full of small coves, well protected from winds from all directions and nice for swimming. The area around the island is known as one of the best fisheries of Saronicos bay.

Fleves Islets on Google Maps
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Asteras Vouliagmenis Beach
The long sandy and very popular organized beach of Asteras, is found in short distance (only a few hundred meters) from Poseidonos Avenue, just after Kavouri, within an open cove; the beach is situated at a distance of some 20 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and it is one of the beaches closest to Athens. more about Asteras Vouliagmenis Beach...

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Akti Vouliagmenis Beach (free access beach)
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Akti Vouliagmenis Beach (organized beach)
This long sandy and very popular organized beach is found just off Poseidonos Avenue, just after Kavouri, within an open cove; the beach is situated at a distance of some 20 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Akti Vouliagmenis organized beach...

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The Lake of Vouliagmeni
The Lake of Vouliagmeni (meaning “sunk” in Greek) is situated at the southern coast of Attica, within a wonderful and very scenic place, at a distance of some 21 kilometers far from the center of Athens; it is found just some 100 meters far from the sea. more about the Lake of Vouliagmeni...

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Limanakia Vouliagmenis Beaches
Just after the organized beaches and marinas of Vouliagmeni, on the coastal way to Varkiza, at the southeastern part of the bay of Vouliagmeni, are found a lot of small coves, tiny beaches with sand, wide flat rocks: all these constitute the well known Limanakia (the word in Greek means “small ports”) of Vouliagmeni. more about Limanakia Vouliagmenis Beaches...

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Varkiza – Alkyonides Beach
The small beach within the tiny cove where it is found the coffee bar “Alkyonides”, to which this beach owes its name, is located at the entrance of the town of Varkiza, as you reach it via the coastal road; the beach is situated some 26 kilometers southeastern to Athens city center.
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Varkiza – Yabanaki Beach
The huge long sandy, well organized beach of Yabanaki is extended along the coastal road leading from Varkiza to Sounion and is situated at a distance of some 27 kilometers southeastern to Athens city center. The name of the beach, although sounding …Japanese, means in fact “for a little swim”. more about Yabanaki Beach...

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Varkiza - Eastern Beach
The long sandy beach of free access is extended at the eastern part of the bay of Varkiza, along the coastal road, some 28 kilometers southeastern to Athens city center. more about Eastern Beach...

Varkiza - Eastern Beach on Google Maps
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Varkiza Tiny Beaches
Both before arriving and after passing Varkiza on your way to Sounio, you will find several tiny beaches with free access, pebbly, rocky or even sandy ones; all of them are a bit hard to access. more about Varkiza Tiny Beaches...

Varkiza Tiny Beaches on Google Maps
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Loumbarda Beach
The long beach of Loumbarda, with free access, is situated within a small cove, along the coastal road leading to Sounio, at a distance of some 32 kilometers southeastern to the city center of Athens and 5 kilometers after Varkiza; in the past it was an area full of salt-pans. more about Loumbarda Beach...

Loumbarda on Google Maps
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Agia Marina Beach, Koropi
The small sandy beach of Agia Marina, almost in front of the homonymous small church, is a beach at Saronicos, well protected from the northern winds; it is situated at a distance of some 34 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and belongs to the territory of the Municipality of Kropia (Koropi). more about Agia Marina Beach...

Agia Marina on Google Maps
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Agios Dimitrios Beach - Kalyvia
The small sandy beach of Agios Dimitrios is a beach at Saronicos, well protected from the northern winds, situated at a distance of some 35 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and belongs to the territory of the Municipality of Kalyvia, a small town at Messogaea, close enough to Keratea. more about Agios Dimitrios Beach...

Agios Dimitrios on Google Maps
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Galazia Akti Beach - Kalyvia
The small sandy beach of Galazia Akti (“the blue coast in Greek”), a beach at Saronicos bay, well protected from the northern winds, is situated at a distance of some 37 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and belongs to the territory of the Municipality of Kalyvia, a small town at Messogaea, close enough to Keratea. more about Galazia Akti Beach...

Galazia Akti on Google Maps
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Beach of Grand Resort – Lagonissi
The long sandy and pretty well organized beach of Grand Resort Lagonissi is situated in front of the homonymous hotel, at a distance of some 40 kilometers southeastern to the Athens city center. It is found within a nice environment with several trees, far from the main public road. more about the beach of Grand Resort – Lagonissi...

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Saronida Beach
The small sandy beach in front of the summer settlement of Saronida is situated at a distance of some 48 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Saronida Beach...

Saronida on Google Maps
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Mavro Lithari Beach
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Agios Nikolaos Beach
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Anavyssos Beach
The beach of Anavyssos is in fact the organized part of the long sandy beach of Anavyssos bay, situated at a distance of 47 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Anavyssos Beach...

Anavyssos on Google Maps
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Palea Fokea Beach
The extended sandy beach along the settlement of Palea Fokea is situated at a distance of some 54 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Palea Fokea Beach...

Palea Fokea on Google Maps
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Thymari Beach at Palea Fokea
The small beach of Thymari (the word means “thyme” in Greek), with sand and fine pebbles, is found just after Palea Fokea and the coastal taverns of the settlement, at a distance of some 55 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Thymari Beach...

Thymari on Google Maps
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Patroklos Islet
The islet of Patroklos, or Gaidouronissi (“the island of the donkeys”) as it is also called, is a small islet situated at the southern part of Saronicos Bay, just across the beach of Harakas; the islet belongs to the territory of Keratea. more about Patroklos Islet...

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Harakas Beach
The lovely beach of Harakas faces the small islet of Patroklos, or Gaidouronissi (“the island of the donkeys”) as it is called by the locals and the elder people; it is situated on the way to Sounion, some 5 kilometers before arriving there, and some 58 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Harakas Beach...

Harakas on Google Maps
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Legrena Beach
The extended beach of Legrena is situated in front of the homonymous summer settlement, at a distance of 60 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and some 3 kilometers western to Sounio. It is a long sandy beach found within the homonymous bay, well protected from the northern winds. more about Legrena Beach...

Legrena on Google Maps
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Beach of Sounio (at Sounio Bay)
The sandy beach within the well protected bay of Sounio, at the site were in antiqity there used to be the dockyard of the Athenian fleet, is situated opposite to the archaeological site of Sounio, close to the area of the hotel compleces at a distance of some 68 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Sounio Beach at Sounio Bay...

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Beach below the temple of Poseidon - Sounio
The small sandy beach within the well protected small cove below the temple of Poseidon, known also as Kavo-Kolones, is found at a distance of some 68 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about the beach below the temple of Poseidon...

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Beaches located at the South East coast of Attica
(Following the root from South to North)
Small beaches at Southern Lavreotiki
After you have passed by the settlement of Panorama (or Perigiali) and the lighthouse of the cape Vryssaki, you will find several scenic beaches, which however are not suitable for swimming. This happens because after Vryssaki, at the site of Syri within the cove of Aghios Nicolaos there are operating three factories, the most considerable of which is that of the Greek Electric Company, which pollute a lot the area around and the sea.
more about Lavreotiki small beaches...

Lavreotiki small beaches on Google Maps
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Pasalimani Beach at Lavrion Beach
The sandy beach of Pasalimani or Passa is situated within the well protected cove of Panormos, at the South of the port of Lavrion, some 62 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Pasalimani Beach...

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Panormos Beach
The sandy beach within the well protected cove of Panormos, at the South of the port of Lavrion is situated at a distance of some 63 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Panormos Beach...

Panormos on Google Maps
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Makronisos Islet
Opposite to the coast of Lavreotiki at the southern part of Euboekos Bay it is situated the wild and arid island of Makronissos (“the long island” in Greek), or Nissos Elenis (the island of Helen) as it was known in antiquity. During the period of the civil war in Greece and the years after, until 1974, this island served as a place of exile and tortures of the political opponents of the government. more about Makronisos Islet...

Makronisos Islet on Google Maps
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Deftero Limanaki Mikrolimanou Beach
(at the right side of the settlement, southern to the small peninsula)
The small sandy beach, off the small cove of Mikrolimano, known as Deftero (“second”) Limanaki Mikrolimanou, is well protected both from the northern and from the southern winds, thanks to a low peninsula separating it from the beach of Proto Limanaki. more about Deftero Limanaki Mikrolimanou Beach...

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Proto Limanaki Mikrolimanou Beach
(at the right side of the settlement, northern to the small peninsula)
The small sandy beach, at the right side of the small cove of Mikrolimano, known as Proto (“first”) Limanaki Mikrolimanou, is well protected both from the northern and from the southern winds, thanks to a low peninsula at its northern end. more about Proto Limanaki Mikrolimanou Beach...

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Delenia Beach
The relatively long sandy beach of Delenia, situated below the settlement of Panormos, owes its name to the homonymous old fish tavern at the sea front, literally at the edge of the sea. The beach is found at a distance of some 18 kilometers southeastern to the town of Keratea to which it belongs, and some 59 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Delenia Beach...

Delenia on Google Maps
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Agia Marina Beach at Mikrolimano
The sandy beach of Agia Marina, below the settlement of Panorama, owes its name to the homonymous near by country church. The beach is situated some 18 kilometers southeastern to the town of Keratea to which it belongs, and some 59 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Agia Marina Beach...

Agia Marina on Google Maps
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Tsonima Beach
The pretty small sandy beach of Tsonima, found within a small cove, southern to Vromopoussi, is a beach rather protected from the northern winds; the beach is situated some 19 kilometers southeastern to the town of Keratea, to which it belongs, and some 60 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens. more about Tsonima Beach...

Tsonima on Google Maps
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Vromopousi Beach
The beach of Vromopousi is situated in front of the homonymous settlement, some 53 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 12 kilometers eastern to the town of Keratea to which it belongs. It is a sandy beach of medium size, not organized but very clean. more about Vromopousi Beach...

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Porto Ennia Beach
The sandy beach of Porto Ennia (meaning “nine” in Greek) is situated in front of the homonymous settlement, within a small cove, where in the past was located the berth Number Nine of the old mines, after which the place has been named. more about Porto Ennia Beach...

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Vgethi Beach
The beach of Vghiethi is situated in front of the homonymous small summer settlement, at a distance of some 53 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 12 kilometers eastern to the town Keratea, to which the place belongs. The name of the beach is Albanian and means “pine tree”. more about Vgethi Beach...

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Daskalio - Trito Limanaki Beach
The beach of Trito Limanaki (meaning something like the “third cove”) at Daskalio is successive to Deftero Limanaki and it is situated in front of the settlement of Daskalio, at the right side, some 51 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 10 kilometers northeastern to the town of Keratea to which the area belongs. more about Trito Limanaki Beach...

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Daskalio - Deftero Limanaki Beach
The beach of Deftero Limanaki (meaning something like the “second cove”) at Daskalio is situated in front of the settlement of Daskalio, at the right side of Proto Limanaki, some 50 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 9 kilometers northeastern to the town of Keratea to which the area belongs. more about Deftero Limanaki Beach...

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Daskalio - Proto Limanaki Beach
The beach of Proto Limanaki (meaning something like the “first cove”) at Daskalio is situated in front of the settlement of Daskalio, some 50 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 9 kilometers northeastern to the town of Keratea to which the area belongs. more about Proto Limanaki Beach...

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Daskalio - Agia Marina Beach
The beach of Agia Marina at Daskalio is found in front of the settlement of Daskalio, just after the homonymous small church; it is situated some 51 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens and 10 kilometers northeastern to the town of Keratea to which the area belongs. more about Agia Marina Beach...

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Kaki Thalassa Beach
The beach of Kaki Thalassa (the words mean “the bad sea” in Greek) is situated in front of the homonymous settlement, at a distance of less than 50 kilometers from the center of Athens to the South, and 8-9 kilometers eastern to the town of Keratea, to which the area belongs. more about Kaki Thalassa Beach...

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Avlaki Beach (at Porto Rafti)
The sandy beach of Avlaki is found southern to the peninsula that forms the bay of Porto Rafti. It is situated some 4 kilometers southeastern to the settlement of Porto Rafti, 10 kilometers eastern to the town of Markopoulo, to which it belongs and some 38 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. Avlaki is a well protected beach, both from the northern winds and from the southern ones. more about Avlaki Beach...

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Porto Rafti Beach
The beach of Porto Rafti, with sand and fine pebbles, is found in front ant a bit to the Southof the homonymous settlement, at the inlet of the homonymous bay. It is situated some 8 kilometers eastern to the town of Markopoulo, to which it belongs and some 35 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. more about Porto Rafti Beach...

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Ai Giannis Beach at Porto Rafti
The tiny beach with sand an pebbles, in front of the homonymous church, a few meters far from the center of the settlement of Porto Rafti, is situated at a distance of some 8,5 kilometers eastern eastern to Markopoulo Mesogaeas, to which it belongs, and 35 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. The beach is well protected from the “meltemia” (northern summer winds). more about Ai Giannis Beach...

Ai Giannis on Google Maps
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Erotospilia Beach at Porto Rafti
The beach with the romantic name “Erotospilia” (meaning in Greek “the cave of love”) is a small beach, with sand, rocks and caves, within a small cove, one kilometer far from the settlement of Porto Rafti, at the Southwest.. more about Erotospilia Beach...

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Hamolia Beach at Porto Rafti
The small beach of Hamolia, in front of the homonymous summer settlement, is situated at a distance of 4 kilometers northeastern to the settlement of Porto Rafti, some 12 northeastern to Markopoulo Mesogaeas, to which it belongs, and 36 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. more about Hamolia Beach...

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Vravrona Beach
The sandy beach of Vravrona, near the homonymous archaeological site of the ancient temple of Artemis (Diana) is situated northeastern to Markopoulo Mesogaeas, to which it belongs, and some 40 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. It is a beach rather well protected from the summer northern winds (“meltemia”). more about Vravrona Beach...

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Beach of Artemida (Loutsa)
The long sandy beach of Loutsa, extended in front of the homonymous settlement which in the past was only a summer settlement and now has been developed to the small town of Artemida, is situated at a distance of some 25 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. The beach is open and affected both to the northern and the southern winds blowing in the area. more about Artemida (Loutsa) Beach...

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Beaches located at the North East coast of Attica
(Following the root from South to North)
Marikes Beach
Marikes is a 700-meters-long sandy beach, with rich nice sand, situated at a distance of some 1,5 kilometers southern to the port of Rafina and 29 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. The beach is somehow affected by the northern winds, but it is better protected from the southern ones. more about Marikes Beach...

Marikes on Google Maps
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Rafina Beach
The sandy beach of Rafina, some 600 meters long is situated within the homonymous settlement, just beside the port of Rafina, at the South. The beach is found some 27 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens. It is a beach pretty well protected both from the northern and from the southern winds. more about Rafina Beach...

Rafina on Google Maps
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Ble Limanaki Beach
The tiny and almost hidden beach of Ble Limanaki (meaning “the blue port” in Greek), is situated at a distance of some 26 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens and only one kilometer northern to the port of Rafina, on the way to the well known beach of Kokkino Limanaki. more about Ble Limanaki Beach...

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Kokkino Limanaki Beach
The famous 400-meters-long beach of Kokkino Limanaki (meaning “the red port” in Greek), with sand and pebbles at spots, is situated at a distance of some 29 kilometers eastern to the center of Athens and only one kilometer and a half northern to the port of Rafina. The beach is protected enough from the northern and southern winds. more about Kokkino Limanaki Beach...

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Small coves in the area of Mati
Along the coast from Artemida (Loutsa) up to Mati you will find a lot of small secluded coves, hidden behind trees or rocks; if you feel like discovering them, you will certainly enjoy a nice swimming in more calmness and in better scenery than the one offered at the well known and more “trendy” beaches of the area. more about Mati Coves...

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Mati Beach
The small sandy beach in front of the summer settlement of Mati (meaning “eye” in Greek) is situated some 2 kilometers southern to Nea Makri to which it belongs, and some 30 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Mati Beach...

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Agios Andreas Beach
The small sandy beach close to the country church of Agios Andreas, to which it owes its name, is situated one kilometer northern to Mati, also one kilometer southern to the center of Nea Makri, to which it belongs, and some 31 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Agios Andreas Beach...

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Zouberi Beach
The small sandy beach in front of the summer settlement of Zoumberi is situated one kilometer southern to the center of Nea Makri, to which it belongs, and some 31 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Zouberi Beach...

Zouberi on Google Maps
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Nea Makri Beach
The long sandy beach in front of the settlement of Nea Makri is situated at a distance of 32 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. As the settlement of Nea Makri is rapidly developing to a small town in the last decades, the visitor has a wide range of alternatives for accommodation; you may also choose to stay in the area around, at Rafina or Marathonas. more about Nea Makri Beach...

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Dikastika Beach at Marathonas
The tiny rocky beach in front of the settlement of Dikastika, within the bay of Schinias at Marathonas, is situated in a pretty secluded area, a bit after the Tomb of Marathonas and 43 kilometers far from the center of Athens at the Northeast. more about Dikastika Beach...

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Galazia Akti Beach at Marathonas
The tiny sandy beach of Galazia Akti (“the blue coast” in Greek) is situated within the bay of Schinias at Marathonas, at a distance of some 43 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Galazia Akti Beach...

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Karavi Beach at Marathonas
The tiny sandy beach of Karavi (meaning “ship” in Greek) found just after the historic Tomb of Marathonas, is situated some 43 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens, within the open bay of Marathonas; the beach is well protected from the summer northern winds (“meltemia”). more about Karavi Beach...

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Schinias Beach at Marathonas
The famous long sandy beach in front of the summer settlement of Schinias is situated some 3 kilometers northeastern to the Tomb of Marathonas and some 45 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. It is a wonderful beach found at the end of a fascinating pine wood, whose trees grow at the edge of the sea. more about Schinias Beach...

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Ramnounda Beach
The tiny beach of Ramnounda with sand and fine pebbles is found within the southern Euboekos Bay, in the area below the famous ancient temple of Nemessis; the beach is situated some 12 kilometers eastern to Grammatiko, to which it belongs, and some 64 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Ramnounda Beach...

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Sessi Beach at Grammatiko
The small sandy beach at the coastal site of Sessi, is situated at a distance of 22 kilometers northern to the historic Tomb of Marathonas, some 9 kilometers northeastern to Grammatiko, to which it belongs and some 64 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Sessi Beach...

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Angonas Beach
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Rera Beach
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Kalamos Beach
The small sandy beach of Kalamos is situated at the northeastern coast of Attica, at a distance of some 39 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. Accommodation facilities are quite few near the beach, but the neighboring summer settlements, as Oropos, offer a pretty wide range of lodging. more about Kalamos Beach...

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Beach of Nea Palatia (Oropos)
The beach in front of the settlement of Nea Palatia at Oropos is a medium-size beach, situated at the northeastern coast of Attica, at a distance of some 51 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens. more about Nea Palatia Beach...

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Halkoutsi Beach
The beach of Halkoutsi is situated in front of the center of the summer resort of Halkoutsi, at the northeastern coast of Attica, within Euboekos bay; it is found some 52 kilometers northeastern to the center of Athens, some 5 kilometers northern to Skala Oropou. more about Halkoutsi Beach...

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Pigadaki Beach
The beach of Pigadaki (meaning “small well” in Greek) is situated at the northeastern coast of Attica, within Euboekos bay at northern end of the summer settlement of Halkoutsi; it is found some 57 kilometers far from the center of Athens at the Northeast, some 2 kilometers before arriving to Dilesi, which is situated northwards to the beach. more about Pigadaki Beach...

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