The Municipality of Oropos occupies the entire northeast Attica and extends from the Gulf of Evia to the foothills of Parnitha and the lake of Marathon to the frontier of Attica with Boeotia. In the blue waters of Evian Gulf, guests can enjoy the sea, while dozens of restaurants offer a variety of seafood from local fishermen.
In the northern villages on the other, the specialty is meat dishes with good wine. Oropos has also developed into an entertainment center with dozens of cafes and bars.
Located in front of the northern tip of Halkoutsi village, located about 57 kilometers from the city center on the northeast coast of Attica in the Gulf of Evia, just before Dilesi which is almost 2 kilometers to the north. Sand and pebbles.
Great beach with pebbles and sand in front of the settlement of Kalamos and approximately 39 km from Athens. The beach is right and left of the harbor town.
To the left of the church of Aghia Marina you will find a small beach with pebbles and sand. There is a beach but for the coffee and food you must visit the settlement nearby.
The beach in front of the settlement after Oropos and before Halkoutsi. Sand and pebbles with very few trees create the scenery of the beach.
Great beach with sand and pebbles that gather a lot of people during the summer months. Due to strong winds in the area it is a favorite beach for those who love windsurfing.
Great beach with pebbles and sand in front of the village of New Palaces Oropos located on the northeast coast of Attica within 51 kilometers northeast of Athens. There is a beach but you may find that you want close to Oropos.
It is located right in the middle of Halkoutsi village , located about 52 kilometers from the city center on the northeast coast of Attica, the Evian gulf, shortly after Oropos which is almost 5 km to the south. There are beach although in some places you will find fountains.