Voula

Voula is situated between the resorts of Glyfada and Vouliagmeni. There are indications that this area has been inhabited since the end of the Neolithic area and there are remnants of Mycenaean settlements. Jointly with Vouliagmeni, Voula formed the Municipality of Aexonidon Alon in antiquity.

As of the end of the 19th century Voula was considered a manor house. Traders commuting from Piraeus to Mesoghia had to pay a toll fee and subsequently were marked with a bullet as proof of payment. Thus the origin of the name Voula. 

Today’s community was created in the 1920s by a construction cooperation which mainly built vacation homes. Later on, refugee families were also granted living space in this area and settled in. The population of the region is increasing quite rapidly. 

Particularity: Former a sole holiday resort, it is now a preferred destination of residence due to its nearness to the sea and the residential areas with mountain view. The elevated Panorama district is famous for its exceptional sea view.

Transportation: The tram terminal is located here and there are regular connections to the entire Attica area, by either standard bus lines or the national KTEL bus line.

Nature: Parks and the opportunity to make long walks in Panorama.

Market: Voula has its own regional market covering all needs. 

Average property purchase/rental rates: The market prices range from EUROS 1,100 to 10,000 per square meter for purchase and from EUROS 5.00 to 30.00 per square meter for rent. Prices vary depending on the location of the property and the view it offers.

Culture/Entertainment: Restaurants, cafés, bars and small clubs located on the seashore. 

Spots: The beautiful beach and surrounding area and the district of Panorama with its unique view.