There is no airport in Aegina. The closest is the airport of Athens that works all year round and receives internal and international flights. From Athens, there are daily ferries to Aegina that depart from the port of Piraeus. The ferry time is very short, from 30 min to 1 hour, which means that this is a great island even for a day trip from Athens.
Travel to Aegina
Travel to Aegina island, Greece: The only way to travel to Aegina is by ferry. This ferry departs from Piraeus, the main port of Athens, many times within the day. Here is travel information about the nearest airport and flights, ferries but also useful numbers, pdf guide, and information about our travel services.
There are daily ferries to Aegina from the port of Piraeus, the largest port of Athens. These ferries depart very frequently, almost every hour. They can be normal ferries that take both passengers and vehicles or hydrofoil ferries that take only passengers. The travel time with the normal ferry is 1h15 and with the hydrofoil is 30 min. These ferries also connect Aegina with the neighboring island of Agistri or the seaside town of Methana in Peloponnese.
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Useful numbers in Aegina: police station, hospital, taxis, bus services, museums, and more