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Greece ranks 2nd worldwide after winning 2023 Blue Flag award for coasts, marinas

 

Six hundred and seventeen (617) Greek coasts, eighteen (18) marinas and six (6) tourist boats won this year’s ‘Blue Flag’ international quality award, it was announced on Wednesday by the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPP), Greece’s operator of the Blue Flag international program.

With 617 award-winning beaches, Greece once again ranks 2nd among 52 countries worldwide.

AWARD OF GREEK COASTS, MARINAS AND TOURIST BOATS WITH THE “BLUE FLAG” 2023 – 2nd Greece in the world with more than 600 awarded beaches

Six hundred and seventeen (617) Greek beaches, eighteen (18) marinas and six (6) tourist boats won this year the “BLUE FLAG” international quality award

 

 

The awards for coasts, marinas and tourist boats were announced by the Hellenic Society for the Protection of Nature (EEPPF), National Operator of the “Blue Flag” International Program in our country. With 617 award-winning beaches , Greece once again ranks 2nd worldwide among 52 countries. It is worth noting that, for the first time, the awards exceed 600, and that in the total of 52 countries participating in the Program, Greece owns 15% of the award-winning coastlines . The prefecture of Halkidiki emerged first in Greece , with 94 flags . The International Commission awarded 4,212 beaches, 710 marinas and 120 tourist boats around the world .

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