Tips & Tricks
Zea Marina (Piraeus) – this marina is located at the largest port of Greece, whose history goes back to ancient times. For sailors, this is the starting point to the Aegean Sea, the Saronic Gulf, the island of Crete, as well as the other Greek islands (including those near the shores of Turkey). This […]
Mykonos (Island) – a 4 ½ hour ferry ride (via Fast Ferries, Golden Star Ferries, and Blue Star Ferries) (or a much shorter regional flight) from Piraeus/Athens, Mykonos is perfect for water sport enthusiasts. There is an array of beaches for windsurfing. Interestingly, the most secluded ones are considered to be the best. Choose […]
Odeion of Herodes Atticus (Dionysiou Areopagitou Street, Athens) – located under the Acropolis, this ancient outdoor concert space (which dates back from 161 AD) is still used for musical events, particularly during the Athens Festival that’s held every Summer.
Santorini (Island) – a.k.a. Thera, this island, located in the southern Aegean Sea 200 km. southeast of the Greek mainland (a 7 ½ hour ferry ride from Piraeus/Athens port — via Blue Star Ferries, and Aegeon Pelagos Sea Lines), is the crescent-like remains of a volcano that erupted as far back as 1,600 BC. Such […]
Paros (island) – this island, a six-hour ferry boat ride from Athens, is located in the central Aegean Sea. Sun-drenched beaches, like Chrissí Aktí, Santa Maria and Poúnda, welcome sun-loving visitors who want to enjoy the crystal clear sea, the sun or even their favorite water sports: from jet skiing to windsurfing, canoe kayaking […]
Surf Club Kouros (Athens-Sounion Avenue, Km. 50, Anavyssos) — Anavyssos is a sea-side settlement on the south-east part of Attica prefecture, very close to Athens. It is an area with a history of centuries, since it is inextricably related to ancient Anaflystos, as the archaeological findings reveal. However, the most important finding may be […]