The ancient Greek port of Piraeus lies in the historical region of Attica, which is situated within the greater Athens urban area, around 12 kilometers south of the city’s centre and 250 kilometers north of Santorini in the Aegean Sea. Mostly developed and in use since the early 5th century BCE, today the area has become a popular tourist destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world.


After Athens was declared the capital city of Greece in the early 19th century, the port of Piraeus once again enjoyed commercial success as well, growing to become the largest harbour in the entire country. The city of Athens boasts a staggering number of magnificent historical attractions, but maritime travelers will also take great pleasure in the many opportunities for exploration that the region provides, including the island of Euboea to the north and the Argo-Sarconic islands to the south.

Geographical :
Aegean / Saronic Gulf - Cyclades
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