ISLAND, GREECE - AEGINA MAP
Aegina lies almost in the center of the Saronic islands
and is the closest island to Athens
with the exception of Salamina, just a few miles away.
There are many reasons that made Aegina a popular holiday
destination. The beautiful Aegina
town, beautiful beaches, traditional architecture,
picturesque settlements like Agia
Marina and Perdika
and of course the sanctuary
of Afea Athena and the famous church of Agios
Nektarios next to Paleohora.
Aegina can be reached by boat from Piraeus.
The distance from Piraeus is about 17 miles to the city
of Aegina, 16 miles to Agia Marina and 12 miles to Souvala
and it takes the small Ro-Ro ferries about an hour and
a half to reach it. There several departures every day,
the first ones to be at 6:30 (the sunrise in the sea
offers magnificent photos and a nice Greek coffee) and
then every hour or so.
Take a tour among Aegina villages.
Aegina is also famous for its beaches.
For yachting adventures and island hopping the closest
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