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Yacht Charter Kalamaki - The Start to your Adventure in Greece

The reason Kalamaki is known to Greece enthusiasts is because it's located near the country's capital city of Athens, in one of its suburbs and because it's also one of the locations of the biggest marinas in the country.

These two factors, coupled with the ever-increasing popularity of sailing holidays in Greece, make Kalamaki a sought-after destination for many yachting enthusiasts, both experts and beginners alike. For those that haven't been in yacht charter Kalamaki yet, just head to the southeast of the Greek capital of Athens.

The region is also known as Alimos to locals and its surrounded by Vouliagmeni to the west, Athens to the south, Pireaus to the southeast, Sounio to the northwest and Ellinikon International Airport to the north. To the west, Kalamaki opens up to the large Saronic Gulf and the endless yacht charter possibilities the Greek shore has to offer.

Up until the beginning of the 20th century Kalamaki was still farmland but it was transformed into a suburb of Athens when the city began expanding. The area has many beaches where local Athenians come to visit on weekends but which are also perfect for yacht charters in Greece.

Yacht charter Kalamaki might be considered a good place to start your Greece sailing holiday, but it's not recommended that you remain here for your trip since many city dwellers choose to come here on weekends and evenings to cool off, making it a little too crowded for comfort.

The marina is the main point of interest for sailors, but if you're staying more than one day in Kalamaki, it might be worth to take a day trip into Athens to catch all the historical and cultural sights.

If you're thinking of shopping, you might be better off in the old part of town in Athens, especially when looking for souvenirs. It might also be a good idea to try to Piraeus waterfront, which is pretty close by taxi.

When it comes to eating out, there are quite a few restaurants to choose from in the area. They range from the cheap to the very expensive and sere a wide assortment of dishes, both local and international. We recommend the local specialties restaurants that serve fresh fish dishes or traditional recipes that will make your mouth water.

For a good time, there are plenty of clubs in yacht charter Kalamaki, which causes quite a lot of locals to frequent it after dark and also on weekends. Apart from giving the region a youthful feel, you'll also be glad to see Kalamaki come to live after dark. Just make sure not to spend all your money in one place. Take a nice stroll on any of the beaches, enjoy some nice music or just mingle with the thousands of people on the streets.