The opening of seaplane flights from Alimos Marina, one of the biggest in the nation, is anticipated to add to the already robust demand for property along the southern Athens coast. There is no railway station in close proximity to the marina; however, the Athens tram serves the region, and Alimos is situated around 12 kilometers from the port of Piraeus.
After linking with Tinos and Patmos, Hellenic Seaplanes anticipates waterways will be permitted in Volos, the Sporades islands, Evia, and portions of the Peloponnese.
In May, Greece inked a 57.5 million euro concession deal with Aktor Concessions to utilize and develop the Alimos marina for 40 years.
The deal’s entire worth is estimated to be approximately 177 million euros, including an upfront charge, an annual concession fee, and a revenue-sharing arrangement that includes a portion of the marina’s yearly earnings.