Palaio Faliro in Greece is a fantastic sailing destination with stunning coastline, beautiful beaches, and a rich maritime history. Here are 10 reasons why sailing in Palaio Faliro is a great choice:

  • Breathtaking views of the Saronic Gulf
  • Crystal clear turquoise waters
  • Numerous secluded coves and anchorages to explore
  • Variety of sailing routes to nearby islands including Aegina, Poros, and Hydra
  • Opportunity to visit historic landmarks like the Temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion
  • Unforgettable sunsets overlooking the Aegean Sea
  • Abundance of fresh seafood and traditional Greek cuisine
  • Perfect sailing conditions with consistent sea breezes
  • Warm and welcoming local hospitality
  • Chance to witness traditional Greek fishing boats in action
JanuaryMild with occasional rain showers13C56mm70%5 hours7 knots
FebruaryMild with occasional rain showers14C51mm60%6 hours8 knots
MarchMild with occasional rain showers16C48mm50%7 hours9 knots
AprilMild with occasional rain showers20C35mm40%8 hours10 knots
MayWarm with occasional rain showers24C23mm30%9 hours11 knots
JuneHot and sunny29C9mm20%11 hours12 knots
JulyHot and sunny33C4mm10%12 hours11 knots
AugustHot and sunny33C2mm10%12 hours10 knots
SeptemberWarm with occasional rain showers29C12mm20%10 hours9 knots
OctoberMild with occasional rain showers24C35mm40%8 hours8 knots
NovemberMild with occasional rain showers18C50mm60%6 hours7 knots
DecemberMild with occasional rain showers14C57mm70%5 hours6 knots