THE PERFECT LOCATION
Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso makes you feel at home from the very beginning: close to the city of Athens finest cultural assets while secluded in the amazing Athenian Riviera and offering the unique resort feeling.
Located 25’ from the city center of Athens and less than 30’ from Athens International airport, this is an excellent hotel for both your leisure and business needs offering quiet luxury at the prestigious Athenian Riviera.
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Discover the beauty of the Athenian Riviera, just a breath away from Athens
(5 min walk)
The sheltered coastline of the Saronic Gulf which runs from southern Athens to the point of Attica is referred to as the Athenian Riviera.
This is an ideal place to swim, relax at a waterfront café, walk along the picture-perfect pedestrian streets and the marinas, exercise your favorite water sport, shop in one of the area’s modern shopping centers, dine by the sea or entertain yourself in one of the coastal avenue’s buzzing clubs.
Vouliagmeni & the Lake of Vouliagmeni
(5 min by car)
The beach nestling in Vouliagmeni Bay, with its lovely views over the distant Saronic islands, is one of the finest beaches on the Greek coast.
Fine sand and turquoise water make this an idyllic setting.
Five minutes from the center of Vouliagmeni is a sunken lake fed by lukewarm springs in the remains of a limestone cave.
Its mineral, silky waters are reputedly good for rheumatism and arthritis.
(5 min by car)
Glyfada, also known as the “Beverly Hills of Greece”, is only a 5-minute drive away from our resort.
This luxurious seaside suburb offers high-end shopping opportunities, upmarket restaurants and cafés, and some of the best-known nightclubs in the region.
Archaeological area of Cape Sounion
(30 min by car)
48 km south of the Divani Apollon Palace & Thalasso, at the tip of the Attica peninsula, lies the promontory of Sounion.
Atop the headland are perched the ruins of an ancient temple of Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea.
In ancient times the temple was the last sign of civilization seen by Greeks sailing from Athens and the first one for those returning.
The site affords a magnificent panorama stretching as far as Peloponnese and breath-taking sunset views.