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D-Marin is the largest international chain of marinas in the Eastern Mediterranean basin with its 11 unique marinas in 4 countries and 3 different seas.
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Not far away, nice marina to walk with nice food and coffee places and during the summer months an open movie place for the evenings.
About half-way from Glyfada to the centre of Athens you’ll be at Faliron, which has the swankiest marina in Greece. Drop by at the Flisvos Marina to see scores of super-yachts owned by magnates and visiting sheikhs and oligarchs. On the marina is a grassy park and a clutch of bars and restaurants.
Flisvos Marina is Greece's first exclusive marina to offer large scale mooring capacity for mega-yacht owners from Greece and abroad.
A nice marina and sea promenade. Flisvos Marina is one of the most popular places for Athenians to relax and is a little paradise for the city people to get some fresh air and a nice view. There is a wide variety of bars and restaurants overlooking the beautiful motor yachts.
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