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Vouliagmeni Beach Opens for Summer 2015, Keeps Fees Steady

Photo © Public Properties Company (ETAD)

Photo © Public Properties Company (ETAD)

The organized Vouliagmeni Beach opened for the summer season and has opted to keep its entrance fees steady for the fifth year in a row.


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Vouliagmeni Beach offers free beach umbrellas and sunbeds, sport facilities (tennis, basketball, volleyball and racquetball) and a mini playground. Services also include medical, lifeguard, lockers, WC/showers, disabled access & disabled WC, free parking and free Wi-Fi.

The entrance fee is 4 euros per person for all seven days of the week. A reduced 3-euro admission ticket per person is available to students aged 6-18 years, large families (relative documentation required), the elderly over 65 years (ID or passport required), university students (student ID required), soldiers and the unemployed (unemployment card required).

Children up to 6 years of age, persons with disabilities (documentation required) and tourist group leaders are allowed free entrance.

Residents of Voula, Vari and Vouliagmeni pay a reduced 1,50-euro admission ticket on weekdays and 2 euros on weekends.

Vouliagmeni Beach is just off Poseidonos Avenue and located some 20 kilometers southeastern to the center of Athens, has opened for the summer.

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