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The lovely seaside town of Rafina-Pikermi is an ideal base for travelers exploring the wonders of Greece. The Aegean port is close to both Athens and the Athens International Airport, while Rafina-Pikermi also has ferries to Aegean islands like Mykonos. There are several hotels in Rafina-Pikermi, Athens, but it can be difficult to determine the quality of each hotel when making reservations on the Internet. Hotels.com, a well-known hotel reservations website, offers detailed descriptions of each hotel, including a rundown of amenities, such as Wi-Fi availibility, dining options, and pet policies. Hotels.com also has several high quality photographs of each hotel so guests will know what their room looks like before they arrive at hotels in Rafina-Pikermi, Athens.

What's Rafina-Pikermi, Athens Like?

Rafina and Pikermi are both ancient towns along the Aegean coast that were merged into one municipality in 2011. Rafina-Pikermi has many lovely seaside views, but most travelers use the town as a home base for exploring the nearby Aegean island of Mykonos. The rock-strewn island is one of the most picturesque in the Aegean, attracting both billionaires with yachts and regular day trippers who take the ferry to experience Mykonos' spectacular views of the azure Aegean. Mykonos has many churches - locals like to brag there are 365, one for every day of the year - but the seaside Church of Paraportiani is one of the most visited on the island. The church is made up of four chapels that are Byzantine in design, although the exterior is white-washed like many of the island's buildings. Mykonos is ideal for an afternoon stroll, especially in a neighborhood near the port called Little Venice, which features many picturesque houses built by fishermen.

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Like much of the Aegean coast, Rafina-Pikermi is a mecca for all kinds of water sports ranging from water skiing to para-sailing. Snorkeling is an inexpensive way to enjoy a day along the shore and many locals indulge in this relaxing pastime. Snorkeling requires very little gear: Just grab a mask and some flippers and travelers are ready to experience the diversity and beauty of marine life in the Aegean's crystal clear waters. A hotel room is another part of a vacation that can be both inexpensive and relaxing. Reasonably priced, quality hotels can be difficult to find in tourist hot spots like the Aegean coast, but Hotels.com offers many hotels in Rafina-Pikermi, Athens, at deeply discounted rates. In fact, travelers can search for hotels based on price, which is ideal for both budget travelers and those looking for high end luxury accommodations.

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