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How to get to loutraki

The beachside village of Loutraki is situated approximately 90 minutes from Athens Airport.
Here is the alternative ways to get to Loutraki.

By Taxi

From the airport to Loutraki is 90-120€, and takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes (depending on traffic). Almost same prices from all companies like Uber, Freenow etc .

By train

Take the suburban train (called “Proastiakos 1203”) to Athens. It leaves every hour and takes 40 minutes (costs 10€). Change with the OSE train to Korinthos, leaving every hour. It takes about 1 hour (cost 3-10€).Then a taxi to Loutraki a ride for 12 minutes (about 15euros.)

This is for now. They are extending the last stop at this very moment. By Sept 2024 the OSE train’s last stop will most probably be in Loutraki, so you won’t have to take a taxi.

By bus

Take the X93 bus from the airport to KTEL Kifisou in Athens. It leaves every 30 minutes and costs 6€. The ride takes 1 hour and 10 minutes. Then take the bus to Loutraki (6-9€)  and the bus leaves every 4 hours. It takes 1:15 to arrive to Loutraki.

good to know about loutraki

The impressive Corinth canal

The Corinth canal in Greece is an artificial canal that cuts through the narrow Isthmus of Corinth and separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland making the peninsula an island the canal was dug through the Isthmus at the sea level and has no locks.
It is 6.4 km long and only 24.6 meters wide it is a main tourist attraction in the area.
The channel starts only 10 minute walk along the beach from the venue hotel. Worth a visit while you are there.

Taste the miraculous Loutraki thermal water

The miraculous water of Loutraki have linked their name since antiquity with the treatment of many eminent personalities amongst them the Roman military and political Lucius Cornelius Sulla (138 BC to 78 BC), who with with the use of thermal waters of loutraki was healed from a serious skin disease. The source of the water is situated close to the Loutraki Park, where you may visit and have a taste of the water.

You can also enjoy this miraculous water at the Loutraki thermal spa, which is in continuous use for two an a half thousand years.