At the end of the Cape Sounio, lies the Temple of Poseidon within a fort that protects the coast of Attica. Made entirely of white marble, it was erected in the middle of the 5th century BC in order to honor the god of the sea, Poseidon.
British poet Lord Byron was one of many who fell under its spell, composing poetry in its honor. His name is also carved on one of its marble pillars.
Experience panoramic sunset views from this magical spot and allow your senses to experience a palette of colors formulation in the sky.
Vouliagmeni Lake is the hidden treasure of Attica’s nature. The imposing rock, thermal waters (steady temperature of 22-25 degrees), the labyrinthine underwater tunnels and the lush vegetation create a unique geological phenomenon.
The warm water is known for its therapeutic mineral qualities and healing properties and has been used for years to bring relief to arthritis sufferers.
The lake’s present form was created after the roof of the cave fell because of erosion caused by the high temperature of the running water. The lake is included in Greece’s national NATURA 2000 network and as a site of outstanding Natural beauty by the Ministry of Culture.
These Greek islands make a great choice for a day trip or a quick break from the city.
The Argo-Saronic islands hug the coast between Piraeus, the port of Athens, and the Peloponnese, the stunning southern mainland of Greece.
The Saronic is renowned for its lush landscape, stunning neoclassical architecture, and vibrant restaurant and nightlife scene.
These islands give you the opportunity to visit archaeological sites, cliff jump into the Aegean, hike ancient paths, and take donkey rides through cobblestone streets.
Contact our concierge in order to prepare for you a mind-blowing experience.
Besides the beautiful beaches, visitors of the Bluenote Hub & Thalasso may also enjoy water-sports and experience the adrenaline of water ski, wakeboard and others at the ski school of Apollon Beach.
Many people do not know it, but Athens coastline offers different areas for snorkeling.
Ask our concierge and together with our sea activities team, we will offer you a unique experience of diving and snorkeling, taking you on a variety of different adventures.
The SNFCC is a public space, where everyone has free access and can participate in a multitude of cultural, educational, athletic, environmental and recreational activities and events. It includes the Greek National Opera, the National Library of Greece as well as the Stavros Niarchos Park, one of the largest green areas in Athens, covering 21 hectares.
Designed by the architectural firm Renzo Piano Building Workshop, the SNFCC has become a reference point in Greece.
This site is definitely one to add on your bucket list, even if there is not an event taking place. Just stroll around and be mesmerized.
Let us take you to the stars!
The visitors’ center of the National Observatory of Athens is a beautiful building. During the summer months, it conducts private evening tours offering to the public the opportunity to peer through the 8 meter dome of the Doridis telescope and to enjoy the Athenian sky from the Hill of the Nymphs.
The Doridis telescope was built by the French company P.F. Gautier in 1902 and is housed in a building designed by Ernst Ziller. It was used for the first time at the solar eclipse on 30th August 1905.