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Had been told beautiful place for swimming. Walking through run down public area, full of rubbish and abandoned buildings meant getting to the beach was a bit creepy. Once on water front, beach full of seaweed, non seaweed parts where full of rubbish. Leering men...More
We spent a day at the beach, it was kind of full that day so there was very little space to sit. While the water itself is very nice, overall the beach in Athens is not sandy, and the service level needs some fixing. I...More
Nice beach with shallow water safe for children There are not any more Water play toys but you can find security boxes at your umbrella for your valuables. It has clean toilets, free wi fi and chairs.The bar has reasonable prices and it is self...More
Went to the beach to enjoy some water views. Although in mid-June, there were some sunbathers and a few in the water, the shore seemed fairly polluted. Some parts seemed closed, while others had a few people. Maybe it totally closed after or mid-June visit.
As another reviewer mention, Thallasea at Voula Beach has closed down, and it seems pretty recent. The garden area leading to the beach is still maintained, but the ticket offices are empty and chairs are stacked away. Lots of kids taking advantage of the now...More
After reading some of the reviews here and looking at the photos we decided to travel from Athens to Voula Beach. It was easy to reach by tram. But when we arrived, all the facilities that the beach must have once had have closed down!...More
It was at the end of March when we went there, the water was so clear and not that cold (some people were even swimming), the beach had a lot of small rocks but also a lot of sand, compared to the beach in Caorle...More