Glyfada

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This coastal suburb on the south of Athens seduces people with the nice coastline and its permanent summer mood, the luxurious shops and the infinite choices for shopping and entertainment. It is one of the most robust financially and cosmopolitan areas of the capital. With just 14 km distance from the centre of the city, it provides endless doses of “summer” throughout the year, providing a scenery filled with sea, sand, expensive cars, commercial stores and various suggestions for food and night fun. Vouliagmenis avenue divides Glyfada into Ano and Kato, while some of the streets that you will find interesting are Zisimopoulou, Metaxa, Kiprou, Lambraki, Laodikis and of course Poseidonos (the coastal road) with the glamorous beach clubs and the bight clubs. The old International Airport at Elliniko (1960) and the American Air Base at Elliniko are the basic reasons for its development. Glyfada, apart from the marinas alongside the coastline and the beaches, has the only golf court of the city (and the first from the six in the country) and is an ideal starting point for exploring the surrounding area.
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