Porto Rafti Beach is a picturesque destination located in the eastern suburbs of Athens, Greece. This beautiful beach boasts crystal-clear waters, soft golden sands, and breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. I had the pleasure of visiting Porto Rafti Beach and it was truly an unforgettable experience.
To get to Porto Rafti Beach, you can take a bus or drive. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes by car and 45-60 minutes by bus, depending on traffic. If you’re driving, you can take the Athens-Sounio Avenue (Poseidonos Avenue) and then follow the signs to Porto Rafti Beach. There is ample parking available near the beach.
Upon arrival, I was struck by the natural beauty of the area. The beach is less crowded than some of the more popular beaches in Greece, which creates a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere. The water is exceptionally clear and calm, making it perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and other water activities. The beach is also equipped with amenities such as sun loungers, umbrellas, and showers.
One of the highlights of my visit to Porto Rafti Beach was the nearby restaurants and cafes. The area is home to several seafood restaurants and cafes, where you can enjoy delicious local cuisine and refreshing drinks while taking in the stunning views of the Aegean Sea.
The beach is also well-equipped with several beach bars, where you can enjoy drinks and music in a lively atmosphere.
Overall, I would highly recommend a visit to Porto Rafti Beach to anyone traveling to Athens, Greece. Its natural beauty, peaceful atmosphere, and nearby restaurants make it a must-see destination. The journey to get there is relatively easy, and the beach is well-equipped with amenities to ensure a comfortable and enjoyable visit.
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