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Vouliagmeni Lake, in the heart of the Athenian Riviera, is the hidden treasure of Attica’s nature. Situated on an idyllic landscape, this rare geological phenomenon is included in Greece's national NATURA 2000 network. Its brackish waters, rich in...more
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Took the hop on hop off bus to this great location. It was 1 hour from Athens and well worth the ride. The whole place is a must see. It was very beautiful here and the little fish nibbling on your feet was cool. Great...More
Date of experience: February 2019
Marianthi V, Γενικός Διευθυντής at Lake Vouliagmeni, responded to this reviewResponded yesterday
Thank you for sharing your visit experience with the users of Trip Advisor! We do love to read that our visitors enjoyed their leisure time at Lake Vouliagmeni. Τhis is our main goal, to create memories of a great day!
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Healing water, great food and beverage...there is nothing lacking from this serene and unique lake in Athens. Just be sure not to swim too far out as there are dangerous currents from the underwater currents and canals. Definitely a great place to visit and soak...More
Glad we chose to take a few hours to explore the lake and the surrounding shopping area and restaurants. The lake is fed by underground currents and, even on a chilly day, people were swimming. Some people were sitting on the steps allowing the spa...More
We hiked around the lake with guides and enjoyed the unique Attica nature and its heavenly views. A few brave colleagues later swam in the lake and we stayed there until sunset enjoying hot drinks. This is an great place to visit.
Family of four visiting Vouliagmeni Lake. Is the Hop on hop off Beach route comfortable and reliable and which is the best company please?
May 23, 2018|
Response fromAmaldi N|
how much ??
Vouliagmeni lake and Sounio transportation doubts (2 Replies)
I am planning to take public transport to Vouliagmeni lake and then to Sounio and I have two questions. 1.I will be buying the 3 days Athens Pass.Does this pass cover the bus route 122 from ST.Elliniko to Lake Vouliagmeni? 2.The KTEL bus from Vouliagmeni to sounio is infrequent .So I am planning to take taxi in this route.Are taxis readily available in lake Vouliagmeni and what would be the cost? Thanks!
April 25, 2017|
Response fromCosmas D|
Don't know about the bus tour, but taxis are very readily available in Athens. It is like New York. If you wait at a "corner" you will find one relatively quickly. Rates are very, very reasonable compared to other countries and drivers are usually honest.
Going to Vouliagmeni Lake and Temple of Poseidon in Sounion? (5 Replies)
I will be visiting Athens in July. I would like to spend a day outside Athens by first visiting Lake Vouliagmeni, and then afterwards head to the Temple of Poseidon in Cape Sounion. I heard that sunset is the best time to visit this temple. How can I visit these two places in one day using public transport? I would appreciate if someone tells me the times, stations and cost. If it makes any difference, I will be staying in Athens Centre Square. Thanks!
July 14, 2013|
Thanks, a lot. By any chance, do you know the stops that the KTEL bus stops at?