Vravrona or Artemida
Near the Hotel-Spa Mare Nostrum resort.
It is known for the 6th C. BC Temple of Artemis in a beautiful setting, one of those quiet magical places you find around Greece and to make it even more attractive the area around it has very little if any development. Its all farms, vinyards, olive and fig trees as well as rocks and bushes, trees and wild plants and looks like what Attika used to look like in the ancient days. If you have some extra time in Athens I would suggest may be visiting a winery or two, taking a swim at Avlaki,xand then having lunch either in Loutsa (also called Artemida after the temple and sanctuary). Actually if you have a stopover for 4 or 5 hours you could probably do this in about three hours in a private tourfrom Athens. There is also a brand new museum here with artifacts from the area. The pay beach at Avlaki is beautiful and has a Greek island feel. As nice a beach as you will find near Athens.