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Organized beaches in Attica in 2013: How many, which ones and where

29 June 2013 / 17:06:55  GRReporter
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Grand Beach is located in front of Grand Resort Lagonissi Hotel and it offers all kinds of conveniences, including a water sports centre. Grand Pier is a unique bar on the water, offering a sea view, sea air, modern music, fresh juices and drinks. There is a pool above the sea too. Poseidon restaurant is ideal for relaxing after swimming and its menu will satisfy any preferences. The price includes a sun lounger and umbrella, as well as changing rooms, showers, WC.

Information: Admission fee: 8 euro for adults during weekdays and 17 euro during weekends; free admission for children under the age of 6; 4 euro during weekdays for children aged up to 12 years and 7 euro during weekends.

Pages: www.lagonissiresort.gr/gr/grand-beach-athens.aspx and www.facebook.com/pages/Grand-Resort-Lagonissi/203315276354442?group_id=0

Eden Beach, Anavissos



You can swim and relax in front of Eden Beach Resort Hotel in Anavissos. The hotel's beach with its typical black pebbles has been awarded a blue flag in 11 consecutive years. There is no admission fee but there is a charge for sun loungers. There is a bar on the beach and a variety of water sports.

Pages: www.eden.gr and www.facebook.com/groups/21044779488/

Karavi, Schinias



Karavi has an area of ​​30 hectares and the beach area is 100 metres; there is a private parking lot for 1,500 cars. There is a restaurant and beach bar, as well as sports and beach volleyball grounds, and a surf school. The beach is beautiful and offers umbrellas, sun loungers and water sports; it has been awarded a blue flag for 8 years already.

Information: opening hours: 9 am – 9 pm; free admission.

Pages: www.karavi.gr and www.facebook.com/karavi.schinias?filter=2

Akti, Vouliagmeni



This large popular beach is located near Posidonos seafront after Kavouri, about 20 km southeast of the centre of Athens. The surroundings are cosmopolitan, yet it has retained the local spirit of past times with lots of trees and marvelous sand. The beach is completely organized and offers sun loungers, umbrellas, showers, water sports. There is a bar, restaurant and cafes. In addition it offers access for people with mobility problems .

Information: Admission fee: 4 euro, free sun loungers

Asteras, Glyfada



Do you prefer a pool or the sea? You can have them both here – you can swim in the sea or in the Balux Café pool after paying for what you have chosen. The beach begins behind the old establishment "Asteria" and it is located all along the small peninsula in the south, about 20 km away from the centre of Athens. The price includes sun loungers, umbrellas, showers and changing room.

Information: admission fee: 4 euro on weekdays and 6 euro during weekends; free sun loungers.

Tags: AtticaOrganized beachesEntertainmentWater sportsVouliagmeniGlyfada
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