Agistri Architecture

Agistri architecture
About the architecture of Agistri, Greece

Agistri island is the green paradise of the Saronic Gulf with the pine trees reaching the blue sea. The traditional architecture of Agistri can be seen in the town around the port and the smaller villages. Whitewashed houses with their blue shutters, similar to the famous Cycladic architectural style with clean houseyards and lovely gardens. The quaint settlements of Agistri demonstrate the traditional architecture with many folk elements amidst the pine tree forests. Full of narrow and curving alleys, the island is still one of the most romantic places to be.

The churches of Agistri Greece follow the Byzantine style as well as many buildings like hotels which are embellished with the architectural style of that particular period and era in the island of Agistri. Of great interest is the Metropolis church of Zoodochos Pigis in Megalochori and the imposing church of Agioi Anargyroi that stands out for its blue dome and Cycladic architecture. In contrast to the other Saronic islands, Agistri is still pure, peaceful and quiet.

Visitors can enjoy their stay in many of the traditional hotels that have respected the traditional architecture.

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