Athens Airport (ATH) transfer to/from Vravrona
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Vravrona is an important archaeological site of Attica, known for the temple of Artemis that has given its name to the modern municipality of eastern Attica, but also in the neighboring coastal settlement of Loutsa (today’s name is Artemida). It was built on a creek on the shores of the South Evian Gulf, near the settlement of Loutsa.
It was first inhabited by the Neolithic era. At the time of Theseus (the Bronze Age), Vravrona was one of the 20 municipalities that united and constituted the subsequent Athenian state. Gradually, Vravrona evolved into a place of worship for Artemis Goddess and a temple dedicated to her was built.
The archaeological settlement of Vravrona borders to the north with Artemis, to the south with Porto Rafti, to the west with Athens International Airport and to the east with the South Evian Gulf.