Aegina Perdika

General information

Perdika is a beautiful small fishing village, which, though located in the Saronic Gulf, presents several features of traditional Cycladic architecture. It was built on top of a hill, with fantastic views of the blue waters of the sea and the islet of Moni.

The islet of Moni is located directly opposite Perdika, at approximately 3 nautical miles and is covered with rich vegetation. You can visit the islet on a boat. During the summer season, visitors can find traditional small tavernas and bars in Perdika, where they can enjoy a tasty meal and drink.

Swimmers can head to Perdika Beach and Marathon Beach. Here you can enjoy a swim in the delightful waters.The virgin environment and the verdant scenery attract many nature lovers, who can stay at the small camping site operating on this islet.In the town of Perdika visitors will find a large selection of hotels and rooms to let, where they can find comfortable accommodation.

The marina in Perdika offers excellent facilities and can host the visitors' boats and yachts. Perdika is extremely picturesque and has maintained its traditional look and characteristics. The fishing port provides a truly relaxing holiday setting and offers moments of peace and beauty. Many of those who visit Perdika love this village with great passion and become regulars.

Hotels in Perdika

We have made a selection of the best hotels in Perdika.
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Villa Aelia

Villas4 keys

Aelia and Melitta are two beautiful villa apartments close to Perdika, with high-class bedroom amenities, fully-equipped kitchens, spacious living rooms, swimming pools, gardens, and panoramic seaside views.

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Angelina Boutique Escape

Rooms4 keys

Angelina Boutique Escape is a stone-built hotel in the small village of Perdika. It offers three types of rooms and incredible views of the village and the sea. Additionally, it provides a Mediterranean hotel experience to its guests, with the traditional Greek breakfast being served contributing to ...


Perdika Mare

Rooms Family Rooms3 keys

Perdika Mare is a set of 14 rooms right by the sea, with simple beds, units with all in-room necessities, a large shared veranda, a handful of sunbeds, and views over the blue waters of the Saronic Gulf.


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1 Review
  • HARIS 25 Oct 2020
    Small but perfect!

    So, It is the end of October of this dystopic year 2020 and I manage out of the blue to go with a friend for a short weekend in Aegina. It was last Friday. We visited the island in the direction of Aghia Marina first, the lovely temple of Aphaia and yesterday went in the direction of Perdika but intending instead to visit the Zeus before looking for a lovely beach to enjoy the wonderful clean and warm waters of the Greek October. We stopped for petrol, asked for directions and they told us to go to Perdika for a swim as the road ended there, somehow we had missed the turn for the temple. So we obeyed destiny, arrived there and went straight to the small rocky baby beaches to the right hand side. Found a lovely café with a terrace overlooking the water and a direct access to the rocky beach below. I cannot describe you the simple and easy elegance of the place. The post is small, there is a hill above it ans with a stairs you go up to the cafés from several points the length of the water. There are trees and flowers, a big choice of food and drink and the view from above is even more beautiful than from ground level. It is clean and elegant, no plastic chairs and tables but wood and cushions. The sun transforms everything, you understand the Greek poetic religion of Odysseas Elytis, the famous "sun metaphysics". The waves dance to the sun, opposite is a cycladic-like dry coast of mustard brown to your left on the other coast and to your right a small island that they told me you can visit by boat for 5 euros the return trip for empty green beaches and fresh fish at the exiled taverna. You can say it a landscape of the soul, it certainly clicked with me, en exiled Cretan who has been leaving in Paris for the last 25 years. I wish I could rent a place the whole year round and go there to taka care of my soul! A dream, of course... But I believe in dreams! So, go see for yoursel8