The luxury Athens Marina is about 6 kilometers from the city center and 4 kilometers from the port of Piraeus.
The Marina is located in Faliro Bay, which is considered the seafront promenade of Athens and at the same time on the Saronic Gulf.
All important information about Athens Marina is collected here. Please note that all information is subject to change. For detailed information please contact the marina directly.
What Does Athens Marina Offer?
Athens Marina has a total of 130 berths, including 10 for yachts from 50 to 100 meters in length and a private berth for one yacht up to 130 meters in length. The substructure of the port has great depths near the piers, varying between five and six meters.
Numerous cafés and restaurants invite you to relax, and there are boutiques and shops to go shopping.
Due to its proximity to Piraeus, the marina also offers numerous entertainment options and a very varied nightlife in its immediate vicinity.
What is the Infrastructure of Athens Marina Like?
The marina offers its guests and visitors the following amenities in addition to the usual standards for a marina.
- Control Tower: monitors the safe entry and exit of boats in the port and their movement within the marina
- Pilot Assistance to enter the marina
- Assistance with Mooring from the marina's staff
Security at Athens Marina
So that all guests and visitors can feel safe, the camera-monitored marina is separated by a security fence and the entry and exit of vehicles is controlled. Within the marina, a surveillance service with vehicle patrols ensures security 24 hours a day, the harbor police are located on the yacht premises.
Where Can I Go from Athens Marina?
The Aegean archipelagos, the Saronic Gulf and the conical Cyclades are the most popular destinations served from Athens Marina including Santorini, Mykonos, Hydra, Corfu, Cephalonia, Zakynthos and Lefkada, to name a few.
How Do I Get to Athens Marina?
Metro green line 1 goes to the Athens Marina, the stop is called "Faliro" and is only a few minutes away from the marina.
There is also a bus stop very close to the marina, from which there are numerous connections to downtown Athens and the surrounding area.
History of Athens Marina
The Paleo Faliro area is one of the southern suburbs of Athens. In ancient times it was called Phaleron. Until the expansion of Piraeus by Themistokeles in the 5th century BC. BC Phaleron was the only port of Athens and therefore of great importance. To protect the port, it was connected by a wall to Athens, further inland.
However, after the construction of Piraeus, the port quickly lost its importance.
Athens Marina, formerly known as Faliro Mairna, was established to accommodate visitors' yachts during the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
The substructure of the port has great depths near the piers, varying between five and six meters. This means that yachts with specific needs can also dock here.
The modern and well-kept Athens Marina complex also enjoys a very good international reputation, especially among owners of mega yachts.
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