Summer in Aegina? The island is full of people, with beautiful mood and appetite. But are you looking for a beach in Aegina to swim in? We recommend the areas of Marathon A & B, Aeginitissa, Agia Marina, Vagia, Souvala and Avra beach
Weekend in Aegina?
A 2-day in Aegina is certainly not enough, but you can do many things. Go to a summer cinema, take a walking tour through the city’s alleys, try snacks in traditional cafes, take a walk to Eleonas, buy peanuts and try pistachio sweets, a taste that you will remember throughout your life. Zoe. Visit shops with handmade traditional souvenirs and of course handmade jewelry and accessories.
Methana is a destination that certainly fascinates the visitor. Having the distinction of being located on volcanic soil, the beauty of the landscape is unique. Although it is not an island, this seaside place has nothing to envy as the spotless beaches and clear blue coves will enchant even the most demanding.
Access to Methana is from the port of Piraeus, just like the other destinations of Saronic, but also by road after driving 180 km. Characteristic attractions of Methana are the thermal baths, which are ranked among the best thermal baths, not only in Greece but also worldwide. One can also visit the Pausanias bath, located on the beach. A visit to the pine-covered islet of Agioi Anargyri for swimming is essential because of the beauty of the landscape. or combine your bath with the famous beach restaurant “Krabo”
You will love the island of captains and artists for its cosmopolitan aura, its architecture, its artistic soul, and its rich history, which put the most beautiful colors on the canvas of Hydra with blue and white prevailing.
It will also seduce you with endless walks since, on Hydra island, you won’t see any cars!
Everyone uses their foot, boats, or donkeys to get around the island. The cars ban, along with the elegant stone mansions of the island, create a charming atmosphere and make the island one of the most serene destinations near Athens.s.
Just 35.5 nautical miles from the port of Piraeus, lies Poros, a beautiful verdant island in the Argosaronic Gulf. Poros, which in ancient times was called Kalaureia, attracts many visitors thanks to its countless natural beauties, attractions and wonderful picturesque beaches. The green inland, the blue sea, the traditional houses and the paved cobblestones delight the visitor. Enjoy nature, breathing fresh air, with a walk in the pine forest of Calabria. Combined with the warm hospitality of the locals, the local cuisine and the beautiful beaches, it is an ideal destination for excursions of short or even longer duration. The first and most important sight that one sees upon arriving in Poros, is the imposing clock that is located at the top of the hill. The entire town of Poros is built amphitheatrically on the slopes of the hills that surround the port. T Also, the cafes and bars make sure to offer the entertainment and relaxation that the visitor desires.