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Destination

Beaches
Vouliagmeni Beach Public
Αkti Vouliagmenis Beach
Vouliagmeni Lake
Astir Beach
 Glyfada beach
Cafe -Restaurant
Waffle House Cafe/bar
Rumors Cafe/bar
Sloop Cafe/barm
Zaxos Restaurant
Louizidis Restaurant
La Palma Restaurant
Sklavenitis Supermarket
Moorings Bar-Restaurant
Places
Glyfada Center
Glyfada Golf Course
Elliniko Metro Station
Alimos Marina
Athens Metro Mall
Flisvos Marina
Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center
Acropolis
Elefthérios Venizélos Airport
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Vouliagmeni Lake - BluPine Residences

Vouliagmeni Lake

Vouliagmeni Lake is the hidden treasure of Attica’s nature. Situated on an idyllic landscape, this rare geological phenomenon is waiting to be discovered. The lake’s brackish waters which are continuously replenished both by the sea and the underground thermal springs offer a natural and unique thermal spa experience.
Astir Beach - BluPine Residences

Astir Beach

Smell the sea and touch the sun.
With its gorgeous blue waters and stunning sunsets, Astir Beach is as welcoming as Greek summer itself. Embrace the ultimate seaside experience.
Apollo Zoster Temple - BluPine Residences

Apollo Zoster Temple

The Temple was uncovered when children from the Vouliagmeni Orphanage were playing on what is now known as the Astir Beach. Pausanias believed that in this location Leto, who was pregnant by Zeus, loosened her gilt belt, as she was being chased by Hera. Leto believed that she was about to give birth to the twins Apollo and Artemis.
Vouliagmeni Beach - BluPine Residences
Vouliagmeni Beach
The Blue Flag Vouliagmenis Akti beach combines the blue sea with a refreshingly landscaped green space and is open all year long. Enjoy activities you can partake in off water like tennis, volleyball, basketball, kid’s playgrounds, etc.
St.Nicolas Church - BluPine Residences
St.Nicolas Church
St.Nicolas church was made by a sailor using rocks and shells from the beaches of South Athens. It was constructed in 1947 and hand painted by sculptor/painter Nicolas Xenos.