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Trip to Sounion and beach while in Athens

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We are a family of 4 with 2 boys 14 and 12 travelling to Greece this summer. As a day trip from Athens, we would like to visit Cape Sounion to see the Temple Of Poseidon. We would like to then spend a few hours at a beach after the visit. It appears that we could walk down to a small beach below the temple in Sounion. As we were thinking of taking the bus, this would be the easiest. I don't want to miss an experience just for convenience however. My questions are 2: Are the beaches at the resorts in Sounion nicer, close enough to access by foot or taxi and available to visit for a fee? And 2: Are the beaches farther up the coast (Vouliagmeni, Varkiza) worth an extra bus or taxi? My boys would prefer something on the livelier side if possible. Thanks for any help you can offer.

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