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Located at Faliro bay, Athens seafront, distanced only 6 km from the centre of Athens, 4km from Piraeus Port and 40km from the international airport, ATHENS MARINA is the ideal base to explore more than 3.000 Greek islands. The marina is designed to accommodate 130 yachts, varying in length from 16m to 130 meters. A contemporary network of motorways and ring roads, the extensive and modern public transportation system, helipad service and spacious car park lot, allow for easy and convenient access to and from the Marina. The 24/7 security services and controlled entry-exit points, coupled with a quiet environment, ensures privacy for yacht owners and VIP guests.
Tourist info point
Residual water collection
Rental of boats
Boat assistance for mooring
24 hour access
Washing for ships
Credit Cards accepted
A client will be refunded of 25% from the amount paid for a reservation (here including berths and services booking) if he/she cancels the reservation minimum 15 full days before performing the check-in ONLY IF between the booking date and the check-in date there is an interval of minimum 30 full days
The region of Attica in Greece is well known for hosting the capital of Greece, Athens. Geologically it is a peninsula watered by the Aegean Sea from three sides, while on the north it fringes with the rest of the mainland. The history of Attica is tightly linked with that of Athens, which, from the classical period, was one of the most outstanding cities in the ancient world. In spite of the fact that the largest part is commanded by the urban area of Athens and its suburbs, it also consists of less-populated towns, particularly near the edges. An extremely celebrated spot is Cape Sounion with the aged sanctuary of Poseidon. In Attica, guests will additionally discover archeological sites, scenic mountainous villages, seaside towns and numerous breathtaking shorelines. Taking its name after its protector, goddess Athena, Athens is famous because here the political system of democracy, sciences and philosophy was born.
The most important monument of Athens city is t... more info