Astir Marina – Vouliagmeni is located at the south of Athens, lying 20 km from Piraeus port at the Gulf of Saronikos in the city of Vouliagmeni, next to to the Astir Palace Hotel Complex. Surrounded by hotels, restaurants, the Vouliagmeni beach and a number of other facilities, this area is known as one of the most charming and trending spots in Athens.
Located 25km away from Athens, the Vouliagmeni Marina can provide a wide range of facilities for visiting yachts. You can easily get to the local restaurants, bars and shops from the harbor area. This marina is also a good base to start exploring the Gulf of Saronikos.
Astir Marina – Vouliagmeni has a capacity of 103 berths for yachts up to 50m. The maximum depth of the marina is 5,5 meters. The marina is open 24/7, all year round, with a friendly and experienced team that will be happy to help you every way they can.
Astir Marina (Vouliagmeni Marina) has 103 berths inside the premises and one in its jetty. Vessels up to 45 meters can moor at the spots inside while vessels up to 60 meters can use the one spot on the jetty.
The marina is quite busy and mostly occupied during high season, so passing vessels can get service by priority order, if available. Passing vessels of the Astir hotel always have priority and are not included in the list. For additional information on mooring and availability, please contact the marina.
Sightseeing:At the very heart of the Athens Riviera, located on the exquisite Vouliagmeni promontory on a total of 30 pine-decked hectares, this destination can offer total solitude. Surrounded by the lush Mediterranean country side and seafront beauties, it can also serve as the ultimate base camp to explore Athens. Astir is only 30 minutes from the Greek capital’s city center where you can visit world famous theaters, museums, the Acropolis and other ancient sites. You will find that the shopping scene is also very vibrant. If you want to see the contemporary face of Athens, don’t miss the new Stavros Niarchos Foundation’s Cultural Center with its new opera house or the National Museum of Contemporary Art.