Sex tourism in Greece

sex tourism greece

Hundreds of tourists come to Greece every year to enjoy what we now call “sex tourism” and this is because prostitution has been legalized and regulated in Greece since 1999 when the Greek authorities decided to implement a law stipulating that all brothels must have permits.

Athens is by no means a European sex destination. However, as a large city, it certainly offers a range of sinful pleasures to its neighbors and visitors!

Cabarets and Escorts:

In Greece it is normal to see advertisements of whores in the newspapers, where they advertise their services disguising them with ads of supposed soul mates that are just an appearance to offer sexual services. These are usually quite expensive, a basic service of these whores will not go below €100.

On the other hand, there are countless strip clubs where they have dance shows (some of them quite explicit) and for a little more money you can certainly get one of those dancers to do some extra work for you (if you know what I’m talking about).

Brothels and erotic massages:

Officially there are about 230 licensed houses in the city of Athens employing about 600 prostitutes. Unofficially there are thousands of prostitutes, full-time and part-time.

Erotic massages are much easier to get and are actually quite good! Usually the same hotels where we usually stay offer the service, with girls that just by touching you you will start to feel your dick grow.

Lesbian and gay services:

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in Greece may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT people. Both female and male same-sex sexual activity are legal in Greece, but families headed by same-sex couples are not eligible for the same legal protections available to different-sex couples.

We also leave you with a list of places to visit to enjoy your sexuality and good sexual services:

  • Flex Sauna Gym.
  • Hera Sauna.
  • Alexander Sauna & Gym.
  • Polihromo.
  • Sodade Club.
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