Welcome

to the unique Astronomy Café in Greece

 

Observe space with our telescopes.

 

Observe with your own eyes

the sun the moon the planets, galaxies and much more...

Astronomy Cafe

Our idea is astrotourism.

Enjoy the tranquility of nature and the view of the vastness of the sea at the Astronomy Cafe in a preferred location. With the telescopes of the two observatories in the Astronomy Café you have the opportunity to observe the sun, moon, planets, galaxies and much more with your own eyes.
The most impressive pictures are those of the moon craters to be admired. Please note that the moon is not visible in the sky every night.

Our solar telescopes are equipped with special protective filters. Experience live the chromospheric and photospheric phenomena on the surface of our sun. Giant protuberances, solar flares, sunspots, spicules and cranules become visible with the special solar telescopes.

NEVER LOOK AT THE SUN WITH BARE EYES. RISK OF BLINDING!

Access to the observatory is only allowed to children who are older than 7 years.

We are the first to offer an astro-garden with a special observation place for the summer – solstice with bearing mark, a static geographic compass with distance informations, a representation of the largest known stars and much more..

In the lovingly designed “star garden” with its astronomical / geographical demonstration objects such as the “living sundial”, celestial science can be experienced “live” and is made understandable for everyone through play.

THE OBSERVATIONS IN THE OBSERVATORIES ARE LIMITED TO 30 MINUTES.

Enjoy

the tranquility of nature and the view of the vastness of the sea

Observe

the Sun, the Moon, planets, galaxies and much more

Astropark

with its astronomical / geographical demonstration objects

  • star rating  An interesting and educational attraction to while away a couple of hours during a warm sunset overlooking the ocean. We arrived at about 7pm with a very friendly welcome and... read more

    avatar thumb Mike L
    18/09/2019

    star rating  Informative and good value presentation up in the observatory. Cocktails were lovely, we went for the specials and would recommend!

    avatar thumb Naomi W
    14/10/2019
  • star rating  29/9/21

    We three middle aged guys had seen enough of the sights of evening nighttime Faliraki and had noticed that we lived close to the number one attraction that... read more

    MikeLondonSE
    17/10/2021

    star rating  Fantastic! Very beautiful scenery and amazing hospitality. Heard about this place all the way from London and it did not disappoint.
    A must go place to visit if you... read more

    nikitabE7674PR
    02/06/2022
  • star rating  I really enjoyed the 50 minute talk within the dome looking at the stars using their machinery,

    The cafe also had very nice milkshakes and we had a good... read more

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    23/09/2019

    star rating  Wow !

    Just wow !! I would recommend that experience to anyone !! I don’t know anything about stars or solar system but it was so nice to... read more

    avatar thumb Seb
    04/10/2019
  • star rating  An interesting and educational attraction to while away a couple of hours during a warm sunset overlooking the ocean. We arrived at about 7pm with a very friendly welcome and... read more

    mikelS1797BZ
    18/09/2019

    star rating  Really unique and interesting astronomy viewing experience at this relaxing cafe / bar with beautiful scenic views. Serves food and great drinks all at very reasonably priced by great hosts.... read more

    dog_goes_woof
    10/06/2022
  • star rating  The observatory is located at the edge of Faliraki, with some spectacular views over the famous Anthony Quinn bay and the sea. The cafe has a relaxing atmosphere, most of... read more

    avatar thumb Levente
    10/09/2019

    star rating  We went here for a date night on holiday and it did not disappoint amazing experience, lovely cocktails, beautiful view and very informative! My partner proposed at this location because... read more

    hollyj477
    13/10/2021