Glyfada Marina

Glyfada Marina

Marina Glyfada, is situated in Saki Karagiorga Street in Glyfada, one of the wealthiest suburbs in south Athens. The Marina is constituted by four basins, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, has marine space as well as a lovely coast, a sandy beach of total length of 3 kilometers.

Between 1st and 2nd marina a length of 250 meters, between 2nd and 3rd a length of 150 meters, between 3rd and 4th marina a length of 300 meters, between 4th and all harbor installations and buildings manufactures that are found in the area of the marina, of the length of 350 m.

The capacity of the marina is in total 810 ships. 1st marina has capacity of 180 yachts, 2nd of 100, 3rd of 280 and 4th of 250 yachts. The marina is operated by the municipality of Glyfada and is providing basic and comfortable facilities as fuel, telephone, water to customs assistance, electricity (220v), radio -VHF-channels 7&19. Marina mainly hosts the yatchs of millionaires, businessmen and famous football players - mainly private yachts from wealthy and elegant residents of the area.


Marina is close to the main square of Glyfada, just a 15 minute walk, where you will find a large and classy chic shopping area, many brand stores, bars and restaurants, supermarkets, natural playgrounds, cosmetic shops, shipping shops, diving stores, rent a car offices, churches and many spots to hang out with friends, relax and have an espresso or enjoy a tasting of hearty beef, juicy pork, tender chicken or delicious Greek fish or the ever-famous "ouzaki". Enjoy the magnificent sunset from your vessel in one of the most elegant districts of Athens.


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