Alimos in Greek means coastal and it is one of the suburbs of Athens on the Saronic gulf, also known as Kalamaki. It is one of the most popular suburbs of Athens between the Hymerrus mountain and the sea, at a distance of about 10 km from Athens center. Alimos is also known for its marina.
The nearest subway station is at Alexandros Panagoulis station and is also accessed by a tramway constructed in the 2000s, and opened in 2004, serving as access with the Attiki Odos (number 63) to the east. Vouliagmenis is to the west, and the area lies South of Athens, Southeast of Piraeus, Northwest of Sounio, and almost directly north of the old Ellinikon International Airport, which served two entry points and several Olympic venues, including a basketball arena. The Saronic Gulf is located to its west.