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Afaia Temple, Aegina The islands


Exploring Greece’s picture-perfect islands is easy, particularly if you’re travelling to those closest to Athens. There are countless island gems just a stone’s throw away from the capital – each of them brimming with historic monuments, stunning beaches and beautiful architecture. The Argosaronic Islands – made up of Aegina, Agkistri, Spetses, Hydra, Poros, Salamina and the peninsula of Methana – are steeped in history and are accessible through daily ferry connections from the port of Piraeus. Locals head to these havens year-round, now it’s your turn! Exploring Greece is easier than you think . . .


AEGINA


Lying just 16.5 nautical miles from Athens, Aegina is one of the most popular islands for tourists. Rich in history, the highlights of the island are the famed ancient Greek Aphea Temple and the Agios Nektarios church and monastery. Outside the island’s capital are charming seaside villages including Perdika and Vagia, and for those keen to explore more by water Aegina is surrounded by smaller islands such as Moni and Metopi.


AGKISTRI


With about 1,000 inhabitants this quaint and charming tiny island is perfect for those seeking relaxation. Boasting bright blue waters around its shores, it’s also a haven for many bird species which make their home among the pine trees and lush vegetation. The main sights on the island include the adorable church of Ayioi Theódoroi and a windmill dating back to 1812.


POROS


A well-kept Greek secret, Poros is split across two islands, Sphairia and Kalavria. On sailing into the port, head to the clock tower – the view from the top is breathtaking and it’s the perfect way to experience sunset. Charming Poros Town boasts 19th and early 20th century neoclassical buildings. Elsewhere on Poros is the 6th century BC Sanctuary of Poseidon, while the island’s most picturesque spot is the adorable Love Bay, a tiny beach surrounded by a pine forest.


Agkistri


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