Aegina Island

Island

3.6








A large island to the south west of Athens in the Saronic Gulf.




"Aegina (; Greek: Αίγινα, Aígina [ˈeʝina]; Ancient Greek: Αἴγῑνα) is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece in the Saronic Gulf, 27 kilometres (17 miles) from Athens. Tradition derives the name from Aegina, the mother of the hero Aeacus, who was born on the island and became its king." Wikipedia









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Aegina
4.6

Moored up on a busy quay with a Med mooring squeezed in between two yachts. Caught a ferry to Poros to keep our spot along the quay. Lovely bars and restaurants.

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Top Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages

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Aigina Harbour
1 . Aigina Harbour
2.5

Perdika Quay
2 . Perdika Quay
2.5

Agia Marina Quay
3 . Agia Marina Quay
2.5

Souvalas Harbour
4 . Souvalas Harbour
2.5






Top Towns

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Aegina
1 . Aegina
(Attica )
3.6

Also known as Egina. A large bustling town on the western side of the island home to a large ferry port and a marina.

Perdhika
2 . Perdhika
(Attica )
3.5

Also known as Perdika. A town overlooking the barren Moni island on the south western tip of the island of Aegina.

Portes
3 . Portes
(Attica )
2.5

A village on the western coast of Aegina island with a tiny harbour unsuitable for visiting yachts.

Ayia Marina
4 . Ayia Marina
(Attica )
2.5

Also known as Agia Marina. This pretty little town is on the western coast of Aegina island.

Vagia
5 . Vagia
(Attica )
2.5

A small town on the northern coast of Aegina with a number of small sandy coves and a tiny harbour.

Vathy
6 . Vathy
(Attica )
2.5

A large scattering of homes and hotels along the cove filled coast of northern Aegina.






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