On Faliraki you will find entertainments to fit any taste, that’s why so many travelers prefer to relax in Faliraki.
Shopping fans will find here a huge selection of boutiques and shops where they will be able to buy souvenirs and handicrafts.
Picturesque beaches are well equipped for water sports, so fans of underwater hunting, scuba diving and surfing will find much interesting here.
In addition to beach activities, tourists are offered to enjoy tennis, volleyball or basketball, as well as workouts in gym in one of modern sports facilities.
On the daytime the settlement is perfectly suited for hiking.
It is rather quiet and deserted here as the majority of tourists prefer to have rest on amazing beaches of this place.
Faliraki carefully cherishes its ancient monuments.
The building of many of them took place in the 18 – 19 centuries.
Among the attractions of this place we should definitely mention Church of St. Nektarios – one of the largest buildings of the village.
Central Waterfront is one of the most picturesque districts in the town.
Here you will find all sorts of restaurants, bars and cafes.
Close to us there are two monasteries, one is St. Ammos and the other is Prophet Helias – both worth visiting.Our home town Faliraki has abundant number of restaurants, bars, tourists shops, supermarkets, clubs with music, a Luna Park and also the biggest Water Park is southeastern Europe.
Faliraki Water Park is claimed to be the largest of its kind in Europe and it is certainly the largest in Greece.
The water park has rides for all ages and levels of courage. The rides marked with a red triangle are the most daring, e.g. the rides ‘Kamikaze’ and ‘Free Fall’. The more moderate rides are marked with a orange diamond or a yellow circle, e.g. the rides ‘Giant Slides’, ‘Rafting Slides’, ‘Sting Ray’ and the very popular ‘Head First Mat Racers’ with five slides side by side.
In between the thrilling rides it is possible to relax in the swimming pool area or take a relaxing journey in the ‘Lazy river’.