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All reviews run by volunteers injured turtles non profit kids will love small site these guys answered all our questions endangered species opposite the church lovely young girl turtle rescue centre great tour donation tanks boats railway rescued
This place if it had more visitors it would be a fantastic Rescue Centre due to limited funds it is not. They are seriously though trying and it is very impressive that they have managed to support this centre
Seeing injured turtles being taken care of and on a route to recovery and planned release back into the wild was such a joy. The staff are really friendly, one lady took us around and explained all about the turtles and the recovery centre. The...More
I have rated this 'attraction' average because it is not really an attraction, it is more about the work which they do, rescuing injured turtles and for the work they are amazing. It's the crazy balance between needing to be an attraction to raise money...More
This is a working hospital for Sea Turtles run by passionate and very helpful volunteers. It is not a tourist attraction in the conventional sense but it was fascinating to learn about the sea turtles and the amazing and important work that is done here....More
Open only at the weekend for visitors, the volunteer run project has to be seen to be fully understood.
Taking the time to care and restore these animals to the wild requires a lot of support of expertise.
There is no expectation for a donation,...More
We were greeted by a lovely young girl whom spoke purfect English. This is a hospital for wounded or sick turtles. Thank goodness there are people like this around to care & look. After these sick creatures, thank you for a lovely guided tour.
This centre is located near the beach and outdoor pool in Glyfada. It's easily accessible via team from the centre of Glyfada or Athens. The centre looks after rescued sea turtles which have been injured by boats or fishing materials. Many are released back to...More
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We visited during the week while on a private tour and we were the only visitors at the time. They told me they are open to visits by prior arrangement, so I would encourage you to email the organisation. Tours are given... More
We visited during the week while on a private tour and we were the only visitors at the time. They told me they are open to visits by prior arrangement, so I would encourage you to email the organisation. Tours are given by volunteers, so it is likely they can organise someone at a time that suits you.