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Where exactly ist Athens Vouliagmeni Blue Hole?

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xristos

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Its just very small diameter hole 29 m deep with far too many people diving in and crowds of swimmers in weekend s. Search google "vouliagmeni limanakia beach bar"
 

dcvf

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This video can help you


https://greece.greekreporter.com/20...diving-into-the-blue-well-of-the-devil-video/

Vouliagmeni 2.png
Vouliagmeni 1.png




By comparison of image I think it could be there…
 

dawe

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Thanks so much, guys. Without covid, I would be there already :) . The bar there is good refreshment.
 
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