Vouliagmeni is an oceanfront town consisting of bays, beaches, and peninsulas located 20 kilometres south of Athens, Greece. This popular coastal gem offers exclusive natural wonders, an aura of relaxation, and an undertone of ancient history. Its appeal is most arguably due to Lake Vouliagmeni, a unique water-fed feature resulting from the underground runoff of nearby mountains.
Tourists interests around the town include visiting the Limni Vouliagmenis and Spa for a peaceful break from the bustle of the city and lounging on one of the famous beaches. Astir Beach, Vouliagmeni Beach, and Kavouri Beach offer sunning, swimming, and many different water sports activities. Remains of the excavation of the Temple of Apollo Zoster are on display at the Astir Hotel Beach for public viewing.
A tram route from Syntagma Square connects to coastal stops down through Glyfada to Vouliagmenis. Public buses from Piraeus also run inclusive travel routes, but taxis are the fastest form of transportation to the area.
One of the most notable events in the history of Vouliagmeni took place in 1983. A magnificent concert was organised on the beach by resident Loukianos Kilaidonis featuring a floating water stage and performances beneath a full moon, attracting a crowd of more than 70,000 people.