Greece has everything, even a landlocked port

This small fishing boat port on the Athenian Riviera is definitely one of a kind. It is between Flisvos and Batis stops in Paleo Faliro and closed from all sides, including from the sea.

A true 100% safe haven for small fishing boats.

When the UpDrones/Good Droning team sent a drone to film this unusual port, there were no boats there. Porto di Aegina is temporarily closed, according to the inscription on the map.

When asked by a drone operator how these boats could get out of the port and into the sea, some people who knew the area well at Batis/Eden Beach in Paleo Faliro gave a disarming answer: “The owners drag the boats out to sea with their hands.”

“In the country where we live, anything is possible,” notes UpStories.

I can confirm this story. In summer and winter, I saw boats there many times when I walked in the area. I have seen many times that there is no open – at least not visible! lol – access to the sea. Only once did I wonder: how the hell do boats get in or out? I have not received a reply.

You can check, it is located between the tram stops Φλoίσβoς and Μπάτης.
Truly, “in Greece everything is…”



Source link

High-quality journalistic work cannot be free, otherwise it becomes dependent on the authorities or the oligarchs.
Our site is solely funded by advertising money.
Please disable your ad blocker to continue reading the news.
Best regards, editors