Holidays to Rafina / Artemis
A port town looking out over the Aegean, Rafina is a gateway to the islands. The rugged Cyclades, with their whitewashed villages balanced above the ultramarine sea, are reachable by ferry from Rafina. Neighbouring Artemis is historically important as the site of holy ruins, sacred to - naturally - the goddess Artemis. Both are a stone's throw from the culture and history of Athens: a 50 minute drive will take you to the foot of the Acropolis.
A small, sandy beach near Rafina's port. The stretch is well protected from prevailing winds.
Small pebbles underfoot and backed by red cliffs, Kokkino Limanaki is a pretty alternative south from Rafina.
Brauron Sanctuary of Artemis
This Attican sacred site at Vravona features Greek ruins and a museum with well preserved artefacts and statues.
The Breeder Gallery Athens
A refurbished ice cream factory sets the scene for innovation at this gallery. Works are radical and thought-provoking.
Diving and snorkelling
The Attican coast has all the ingredients for exceptional diving: island coves, wrecks, dive schools, and warm water.
Shopping in Chalandri
Only half an hour away from Rafina port is Chalandri's sprawling shopping mall, housing top clothing brands.
Little wonder restaurants in portside Rafina serve spectacular seafood. Crispy fried squid is a popular choice.
Stroll along the streets that border the beach in Artemis and you'll find it lined with restaurants and cafes.
A Rafina rock bar popular with locals and tourists, the atmosphere is almost as addictive as the cocktails.
Artemis beach bars
There's a handful of bars dotted along the beach in Artemis, serving beers and cocktails on the sand.
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