Mati, Greece

Mati is located in Greece
Coordinates 38°3′N 24°0′E / 38.05°N 24°E / 38.05; 24Coordinates: 38°3′N 24°0′E / 38.05°N 24°E / 38.05; 24
Country: Greece
Region: Attica
Regional unit: East Attica
Municipality: Marathon
Municipal unit: Nea Makri
Population statistics (as of 2005)
 - Population: 200
 - Area: 10 km2 (4 sq mi)
 - Density: 20 /km2 (52 /sq mi)
Time zone: EET/EEST (UTC+2/3)
Elevation (min-max): 0 - 10 m ­(0 - 33 ft)
Postal: 190 09
Telephone: 2294 0
Auto: Y, Z, I

Mati (Greek: Mάτι meaning eye) is a village in Greece. This holiday resort is on the east coast of the Attica region, 29 kilometres (18 mi) east of Athens.



Mati is a popular tourist destination harboring several hotels, fish restaurants, tavernas, cafés, bars, night clubs, open air cinemas, sandy beaches, yacht marinas and hotels. The harbour in nearby Rafina serves as an access point to the Aegean Sea and is frequently used by tourists to reach many of Greece's numerous islands. The Penteli mountains that are covered with forests lie to the west and northwest. Beaches cover the eastern part and restaurants, hotels, and tavernas line the shore.


Rafina lies east of the Penteli mountains, on the Marathonas Avenue north of Rafina and south of Nea Makri. Mati is about 30 km (19 mi) east of downtown Athens.

Road and sea access

The town can be accessed through Marathonos Avenue (GR-54) to the west or alternatively via the Dionissos mountains Northwest of Athens.

Mati is closely located to the port of Rafina, which serves as a local hub for holiday ferry boats to the Cyclades islands.

Panorama view

Panorama of Mati showing the harbour in early spring.

See also


External links

Northwest: Nea Makri North: Nea Makri Northeast: Aegean Sea
West: Penteli Mati East: Aegean Sea
Southwest: Pikermi South: Rafina Southeast: Aegean Sea

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