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Limmin Salamis Marina, Salamis, Greece

Limmin Salamis is a large size port situated in the city of Salamina, on the shores of the Aegean Sea. Salamis Island is a top rated visiting place amongst tourists and will give you the chance to experience deep sea diving in the deep waters or snorkelling in the shallow waters of the Aegean. On the southern side of the island, you can find beautiful and sandy beaches like Saterlí, Kanákia, Selínia and Faneroméni. If you are interested in the history of the island, visit the Folk Art and History Museum, Faneromeni Monastery, the Ancient City, The port of Salamis and Ayios Dimitrios Church. Restaurants in the area are open all year round waiting to please the customers. The top rated establishments in the area are Kafeneon Kouroumpelo, Istio and Kakias. Accommodation services in the city will always welcome you with open arms and will ensure that your stay will be one to remember. Here is a list of the most booked venues: Hotel Gabriel, Akrogiali Hotel and Votsalakia Hotel.

Facilities of Limmin Salamis Marina

Drinking water

Bar

Restaurant

Electricity

Shipyard

Weather forecasting

Crane

Hibernation

Ramp

Seamanship

Service Station for ships

Bank

Master harbour

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Cancellation Policy of Limmin Salamis Marina : restrictive

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Attractions in Salamis

The charming island of Salamina is the largest in the Saronic Gulf, found about 2 kilometers from Piraeus and 16 kilometers west of Athens. The main city on the island, also named Salamina, resides in the western part of the crescent, on the picturesque Salamis Bay, which opens into the Saronic Gulf. Paloukia, the main port of the island, located on the eastern side, is the second largest port of Greece, after Piraeus.

Homer, the author of the Iliad and the Odyssey also revered as the greatest of Greek epic poets, mentions Salamis in his writings. According to the myth, the name Salamina (Salamis) was given to the island by Kychreas, the first king of the island, in honor of his mother Salamis, one of the five daughters of the river god Asopos. However, modern linguistics favors a theory according to which ’Salamis’ comes from the root Sal- (meaning salty water) and -amis (meaning the middle), resulting in the place amid salty water.

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