Aegina Map

Discover our interactive map of Aegina: Aegina lies in the heart of the Saronic Gulf. Its neighboring islands are Agistri, Salamina and Poros. It is one of the most famous summer destinations and features low hills, idyllic beaches, and traditional settlements. Aegina is a favorite destination among Athenians and tourists, being only a one-hour crossing away from the port of Piraeus in Athens. The picturesque Aegina Town stands out for its neoclassical architecture, colorful quarters and lively atmosphere. During the summer, there are many festivals and the whole island has fun with food and drinks.

Like every Greek region, Aegina played an important role in the history of Greece. Important sites of historical interest are found outside the capital, including ancient monuments, like the Temple of Athena Aphaia, and churches, such as the Monastery of Agios Nektarios. Its surrounding settlements complete this beautiful atmosphere. The island is most famous for its vivid green and tasty pistachios.

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Map Of Aegina