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Savvi Marina Platamon, Agios Efstratios, Greece

Savvi Marina Platamon is located in the charming village of Platamon at the foot of Olympus mountain, in Pieria, Greece. Similarly, this port is one of the best marina reservation options in the area. Platamon can be accessed by boat or via highway. It provides a wide array of tourist services including hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities. The landmark of this place is the castle of Platamon, a picturesque location which provides an amazing 360 degrees view. Some of the attractions you can reach from this marina are the Sporades Islands and Chalkidiki.

Savvi Marina Platamon can provide moorings for 90 boats of a maximum length of 20 meters. It can also accommodate megayachts. The friendly and professional staff of this marina will help you moor, embark and disembark.

The available marina services include 24h security, winter storage, car park, hauling, Wi Fi, fuel, recreational area, cafeteria. This port also organizes tours to the nearby mountain area and rents equipment for diving, fishing or other water sports.

Facilities of Savvi Marina Platamon


Waste collection

Fuel station


Drinking water

Car parking



Boat assistance for mooring

Fitness Center


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Cancellation Policy of Savvi Marina Platamon : restrictive

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Attractions in Agios Efstratios

The island was named after Saint Eustratius, who existed on the island in the ninth century as an outcast, on the grounds that he was contradicted to the skeptical strategies of the Byzantine Emperor Leo the Armenian. His grave is still being honored by the island’s inhabitants. Furthermore, Áyios Evstratios is included in the European Union's Natura 2000 network of nature protected areas, being the first Greek green island.

On the 4th of June 2009, at a two-day worldwide gathering in Athens on "Environmental Change and Challenges for the Future Generations" under the support of UNESCO, Greece's Development Minister Kostis Hatzidakis said that Áyios Evstratios would soon turn into the nation's first "green" island, totally controlled by renewable vitality sources (RES). In this respect the occupants depend on the sun oriented and the winds allow to them to move around the island on bikes and in electric cars. It is believed th... more info