Loutraki is well known for its Casino (Club Hotel Casino Loutraki), one of the biggest in Europe.
The Heraion of Perachora (sanctuary of the goddess Hera) is an archaeological site of great significance located at the end of the Perachora peninsula and for the picturesque Vouliagmeni lake.
Visitors and tourists deserve to visit remarkable buildings of Loutraki.
- On the street 60 C. Lekkas there is a remarkable house, which was built in 1928. This two-story building bears the hallmarks of his era (single volume and form a solid banister, exciting door). It holds a position in the urban fabric of the region and is an interesting group with other buildings of the street.
- Also, on the Street 19 C. Lekkas there is the landmark building of the hotel “Palace” that was built in 1923; the owner is the Limited Liability Hotel Company – GK Angelides. This five-storey hotel was built in 1923. Repaired in 1928, after an earthquake. Dominate the vertical axis of symmetry. Two marble staircases facing an oval, passing under the arched openings. The last two floors are consolidated morphology. The central part of the project beyond the building line and results in elevated end. The decorations are linear. The bearing structure consists of masonry, blocks, reinforced concrete.
- on the Street 4 Syrian, there is one of the most famous and remarkable old noble villas of the old town of Loutraki, 135 sm built in 1956, No. 217/1956 license. Built in 1956 on a pre 1950, old house. The bearing structure consists of reinforced concrete. The purchase and renovation of the renowned Cypriot industrialists distiller Kekkos Ioannidis, when he came to Greece from the Congo of Africa. It bears the hallmarks of his era (simple volume and format, high ceiling height, beautiful mosaics, solid gate, exciting door) has been around for pioneering the era of large terraces, and surrounded by beautiful gardens with fruit trees and roses, the which dominates a huge fountain garden. In this house has hosted many important political figures and businessmen, and on property Kekkou Ioannidis often organized receptions and card games between industrialists and ship-owners, which at its peak decades of the 50, 60, 70 and 80 and are relaxed and entertained away from the eyes of the world and the paparazzi. Today is in the hands of another owner, who erected in the garden a remarkable bronze bust of General George V. Papagiannopoulos, who was wounded in the war.