What to do and see in Glyfada, Greece: The Best Places and Tips

November 29, 2017 Matilde Konrad

Glyfada (Greek: Γλυφάδα, pronounced [ɣliˈfaða]) is a suburb in Athens. It is situated in the southern parts of the Athens' Urban Area. The area stretches from the foot of the Hymettus mountain to the Saronic Gulf. It is the largest of Athens' southern suburb. "Hellenic Hamptons",.
Restaurants in Glyfada

1. Saints Constantine and Helen Orthodox Metropolitan Church

Leoforos Poseidonos, Glyfada 166 75, Greece +30 21 0894 3405
Excellent
63%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 102 reviews

Saints Constantine and Helen Orthodox Metropolitan Church

Reviewed By Gailani I - Muscat, Oman

This Church was located 5 min by car from our hotel and I'm glad we made it there. Its a local church for the Glyfada suburb. It is fairly large in my opinion and beautifully decorated. But for me the biggest attraction was the spiritual vibe and peace one felt as soon as you entered the place. Strongly recommend a visit.

2. Sea Turtle Rescue Centre

3rd Marina of Glyfada, Glyfada, Greece +30 21 0898 2600
Excellent
75%
Good
19%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 99 reviews

Sea Turtle Rescue Centre

Reviewed By EddySch - Greater London, United Kingdom

We visited the Turtle Rescue Centre having read reviews on Trip Advisor. The centre is open at the weekend and run by volunteers from around the world. We were given a tour by Laura who was passionate and knowledgeable and gave us the background stories of the turtles and their injuries. There is no entrance fee and funds are generated through donations and sales at the shop - take cash as I seem to recall they had no card machine. Well worth spending an hour or two at this wonderful place...

3. Glyfada Beach

18 Diadochou Pavlou | Paralia Glyfadas tram station, Glyfada 166 75, Greece
Excellent
28%
Good
37%
Satisfactory
26%
Poor
7%
Terrible
2%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 477 reviews

Glyfada Beach

Reviewed By Manuel M - Beirut, Lebanon

Nice crystal clear water, pebbly beach, bring you own umbrella as there are very limited at this place. Kids enjoy the place as they were able to build Castles and enjoy the water.
No restaurants on site just a couple of sales guys selling beer and snacks.

4. Asteras Glyfada beach

Leoforos Posidonos, Glyfada 166 75, Greece
Excellent
42%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
3%
Terrible
5%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 59 reviews

Asteras Glyfada beach

Reviewed By Panagiotis S

The most beautiful beech in attica!!!golden sand with clear waters reminds you a greek island!!sunbeds , sun umbrellas and nice service is an added value!!the ticket for the entrance is not cheap especially at the weekends!!you can find greek celebrities there enjoying the beech!!its not a place for everyone because the cost is hign but the product ks excellent!!!i suggest you not to vistit at the weekend because it is crowed and it is not a bit easy to find parking!!!

5. BUKOWSKI GRILL Glyfada

18 Pandoras, Glyfada 166 74, Greece +30 21 0898 6123
Excellent
40%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
0%
Poor
0%
Terrible
20%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 5 reviews

BUKOWSKI GRILL Glyfada

Reviewed By catherine015Nairobi - Nairobi

it seems to have changed hands and name. i dont think it has reopened yet under the new management. It apprears that it will be an all day cafe and bar and restaurant from the signs outside.

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