The port of Markópoulo is a natural port open to the northeast. It is safe from north winds. The shores of the port are rocky and the depths of less than 5 meters lie up to approximately 50, 320 and 200 meters respectively off its south, west and north side.
Rocks above and below water are located near the south part of the west shores of the port as well as the east side of its north shores.
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Great sandy beach in front of the homonymous old holiday resort which now has grown into a small town (Diana) is located 25 kilometers east of Athens city center (between the trade and the port of Artemis). This is hardly a beach sheltered from the strong summer winds (winds) and the corresponding south.
Small sandy, rocky, pebbled beach and caves, inside a small bay one kilometers northwest of the resort town of Porto Raftis, located about 9 km east of Markopoulos and about 36 east of downtown Athens. This is a beach sheltered from the strong summer winds (winds).
On the east side of the bay of Porto Raftis. The tailor port is easily accessible by the Attiki Odos.
Sandy and pebbled beach with small front and south of the seaside resort of Porto Raftis inside the homonymous bay and approximately 8 km east of Markopoulos and about 35 east of downtown Athens. Porto Raftis is easily accessible by the Attiki Odos.
Located in front of the homonymous village, at a distance less than 50 km far from the city center and 8-9 km east of Keratea. The beach is divided by a small rocky peninsula with a church on top of the cliff, Agios Panteleimon, in two separate beaches with sand and small pebbles.
Small beach in front of the homonymous tourist resort is located 4 km northeast of the seaside resort of Porto Raftis, about 12 km northeast of Markopoulo and 39 from the center of Athens. It is exposed to strong beach winds of summer (winds).