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Marathon Lake

Marathon, Greece
+30 21 0814 3415
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Private Tour: Marathon from Athens
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“nice cafe” (4 reviews)
Marathon, Greece
+30 21 0814 3415
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Reviewed 3 June 2017 via mobile

If someone wants to enjoy both water sports and great location this is the place to visit! George is an excellent trainer and a very warm person! I started mono skiing lessons and he helped me improve very fast within a week! This place is...More

Thank Ariadni C
Reviewed 3 May 2017

Short trip from the center of Athens.A good destination especially if the weather is good.The scenery is nice and the place perfect for exploring the surrounding area

Thank valpap
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

Just been there with my brother for breakfast. We arrived quite early at 9am and the view and serenity were awesome. For the Easter long weekend we are staying in the nearby village of Kalentzi but even if you are staying in Athens it is...More

1  Thank nickthebubble29
Reviewed 16 March 2017

We took a day trip from Athens to see the dam. Be aware you may get lost!!! because we did :) Google map things that there is a road where it shouldn't be :) We went there on a weekday. It was quiet and pleasant.

Thank Elif B
Reviewed 5 October 2016

This is a wide lake which is divided by a bridge/causeway. You pass this lake when you drive from the south (after viewing Marathon ostensibly) and head north to Thermopylae. This is part of the scenic route to Thermopylae. From the homes and small towns...More

Thank RodMcLeod
Reviewed 19 September 2016

A large man made lake since the 30s of the last century . A Dam is built for water collection , providing water necessity for the city . breath-taking views from the café terasse overlooking the lake . a must visit when in Marathona ,...More

Thank MrTBeirut
Reviewed 18 September 2016

The Marathon lake was built around 85 years ago by an American company and it is supplying some of the water Athens uses. The dam is an impressive pieceof enginering. 85 years later and there are obvious leaks. It is beautiful to watch and walk...More

1  Thank Panathinaikos-13
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Just the spot to enjoy nature and marvel at the artful intervention of humans. The dame is the largest marble dam on earth. The lake is the holding containment for the water supply for all of Attica. You can sit at the Fragma cafe and...More

Thank greekrabbit
Reviewed 24 July 2016 via mobile

Always a pleasure to visit the Lake. It is indeed a beautiful place to have a calm coffee and enjoy the view.

Thank Klaudia T
Reviewed 18 June 2016

This was such an unexpected find in Greece, just out of central Athens, a very beautiful and relaxing spot, you feel like you're in Northern Europe by the lakes, simply amazing. Great picnic spot

Thank odissea020
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