The Athens Riviera
Embracing Athens is a long coastline with sandy beaches, wonderful sea, yacht lined harbors, vibrant seaside resorts as well as some stunning seafront properties indulging in this summer setting; from the rarest villas built in the late seventies for the leading families of the time to more contemporary modern residences, summer near the city, radiates cosmopolitan energy.
Attica offers a true summer vacation setting, having nothing to envy of any Greek island, while being close to Athens and some of the world/'s most famous cultural sites. This destination is ideal for families who want to combine vacation with some business in Athens and for those who need to be close to an international airport with frequent flights to all over the world, or simply for those who appreciate the proximity to the city and its fabulous culture, restaurants and shopping centers.
For those wanting to avoid the city center, the alluring Athens Riviera is cosmopolitan enough by itself. Stretching along the Saronic Gulf and ending at the breathtaking Temple of Poseidon in Cape Sounio, in southernmost part of Attica, this marvelous coastline features a plethora of wonderful hotspots: At Flisvos Marina you will find yourself in a haven of luxury yachts, while Glyfada is a high energy suburb full of chic restaurants and high end boutiques. The area of Vouliagmeni is a premium summer destination and finally Lagonissi a charming seaside resort. There are plenty of ways to enjoy this idyllic seaside life; swimming in the crystal-clear waters and sunbathing in the sandy beaches, playing golf, tasting exquisite flavors in one of the many gourmet restaurants or fresh fish in the traditional tavernas, windsurfing, sailing and much more.
How to get there
- By plane to Athens
What we love the most
We love the fact that you can actually spend a great summer holiday right in the capital without having to compromise the sunny beachfront lifestyle associated with summer holidays! Culture lovers should ask our concierge to book tickets for a musical performance under the stars in the magical atmosphere of the ancient Roman theatre Herodes Atticus