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Athens, Greece

June 2007

Athens, Greece.

On a trip to a meeting in Greece, near Athens, I found a number of interesting nude beaches. None were official, but several were wonderful.

The best was Ramnous. This is also the hardest to find. It lies on a wild coast east of Marathonas, a coast so wild that Google Maps does not display any roads in the area. Take the road to Schinias, a large sandy beach. You will see a sign to Agyas Marinas FB, a ferry port. You might also see a sign to the archeological site of Ramnous, the Temple of Nemesis. On the road from Schinias to Agyas marinas you will see a left turn to Grammatico. Take it. Before you reach Grammatico you will see a a very sharp right turn, close to 145 degrees. The road is marked to Limounas . Coming from Grammatico you can see the sign. Coming from Aiyas Marinas you canít see it, but it is the only turn on the road. There was also a crude hand-painted cardboard sign to Ramnous leaning up against the signpost for the official sign. After a mile the road becomes a dirt road, with rocks, ruts, holes, and the occasionally dizzying fenceless shoulderless dropoff to an abyss below. Continue for 4.2 miles and donít lose hope. You will pass a left turn to Limounas (in Greek only); keep going straight. You will see the archeological site in the distance, and then, at the bottom of a cove a white building and parked cars. Soon thereafter the road becomes crudely paved, and then it becomes dirt again, the scariest road I have ever driven, huge holes in the road and opportunity to plunge into the sea on the left. It is very steep. The white building and the parking lot are at the bottom of the road. Park and walk for about ten minutes along the coast with the sea on your left. You will pass two small textile beaches, and then clamber over the rocks to the first of three nude coves. Take your choice. All are beautiful, the sea crystal clear and easy to walk into (watch out for black sea urchins which are not too numerous but still a risk). The beaches are pebble beaches, not real sand. At the rear of the beach there is a fence separating it from the architectural site. Opening the fence would eliminate a very exciting drive.. I would have said the coves were 100% nude until I found a gang of half a dozen clothed teenagers in the last and most beautiful cove. Go figure.

A beach at Ramnous.

The sea at Ramnos. The island of Euboia is in the distance.

The beach at Ramnous, with the fence of the archeological site.

Next best was Legrena. Take the road from Athens to Sounion. Just past km 63 you will see a right turn with some sign labeled ???? Follow the road for 0.5 km. The road ends at a bar with steps going down to a textile beach. At the far end of the beach (to the right as you face the sea) you will see a path leading over some rocks. On the other side of the rocks there is a small perfect pebbly beach. On a large rock someone has painted a big sign saying FKK and nude in Greek (Gymnos). There was one woman in a bathing suit being teased by her friends for clinging to her outmoded behavior. Everyone else was nude. Some people slathered themselves with mud from the shore, kept it on for a while, and washed it off in the water. The water was clear, there were no urchins, the view wonderful. I suspect that it would be very crowded on a weekend.

Legrena beach. The FKK sign is on the big rock.

The Limonakia are a series of coves just south of Voulagemini which is on the road from Athens to Sounion somewhat closer to Athens. There is a bus stop marked Limonakia, and a number of parking lots on the sea side. The cove at the bus stop is textile, but the others on either side are nude. There is no beach per se, but the rocks are relatively flat, with crevices in which you can jam a beach umbrella. The water is clear.

Schinias is a long sandy beach which ends on the north in a rock face. In general people along the rock face are nude. People on the sand are textile.

Vravrona. On the southernmost end of Porto Rafti there is a beach establishment. About a km north there is a church by the sea, and just south of the church there are some coves mentioned by Capn Barefoot. We arrived first and took our clothes off. A fisherman passed by, saw us (two men, one woman) and kept walking. A mother and her 8 year old did the same. No mention. But no one else ever stripped down Ė so I guess it is nude friendly but general textile.

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