Greece is known for its hundreds of big and small inhabited islands, as well as its thousands of uninhabited tiny islets that are dotted across its seas.
Attica, home to the capital city of Athens, is no exception to this norm. In its vicinity, one can find many tiny islets, scattered all over the coastline.
However, one of them is quite peculiar and absolutely stunning.
The islet in Greece with the natural ”swimming pool”
A 40-minute drive from downtown Athens and close to the town of Keratea in Attica’s Mesogea region, a rocky islet is located just off the coast.
The area there, as well as the sea surrounding it, is known in Greek as ”Kaki Thalassa,” which literally means ”the Bad Sea.”