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Kími Marina, Attica, Greece
Kími Marina is a small port located in the city of Kymi, in the county of Attica on the shores of the Aegean Sea. This marina offers life changing sceneries and fantastic history with its attractions. The Kymi Palace is an outstanding venue that served as a temple of Apollo in ancient Greece and was later transformed into a hotel. Kymi’s top rated hotels will make sure that your stay in this area will be unforgettable and will welcome you with open arms and exceptionally well-trained staff. Enjoy spectacular seaside views in the legendary Kymi Palace, Corali Hotel, Arxontiko Kimis and Plextari. Restaurants in the vicinity are fantastic and will provide the opportunity to taste the unique dishes and fresh seafood. Pamper your taste buds in the famous To Figouli, Swell Cafe Bar, and Xilini Folia. Kimi Marina is the place to experience the Greek tradition, ancient temples and extraordinary cuisine which will make your holiday not only relaxing but also fulfilling.
Facilities of Kími Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Kími Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Attica
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.
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