Today, Greek Deputy Development Minister Gerasimos Giakoumatos stated that the government is planning to regulate food and beverage costs at municipal and state-owned beaches, according to reports.
Giakoumatos voiced his concern about pricey beach activities on Ant-1 TV. EKPOIZO recently administered a study that approximated the beach cost for a family of four, at 30 to 60 euros.
The analysis also revealed that a family of four with two kids aged 6 to 12, must pay 76 euros to enter Asteras beach in Vouliagmeni. The study also confirmed that the average cost to go to an Attica beach with an entrance fee is 37.60 euros for a family, and 22.75 euros for two people.
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