Hotels in Town
A warm, wholehearted welcome to Amforeas Estate, where leisure and relaxation are combined with well being, integration and healing in the accessible and idyllic Aegina! Amforeas Estate is located at 15′ walking distance from the port of Aegina, 800m from the archeological site of Kolona, one of the most ancient sites in Europe, dedicated to the God of the Sun, Apollo.
Villa Aneli Aegina is located in one of the most prestigious areas of the island, 2.5km from the capital and the harbor. It is fully renovated and it features a typical Aegean architecture with simple, clean lines where the white and the blue color are dominant.
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Reviews of Town, Aegina
oilu243 09 Apr 2009One day was not enoughWe went only for one day on Aegina, so we didn't have much time to visit the whole island. Actually, we stayed only in the Town. The nicest spot is the port and the waterfront. Small cafeterias dot the port and you will find it relaxing just to seat and see the boats coming and leaving. Strolling in the centre is a must thing to do, although you will find it very crowded in summer months. For good restaurants, try Vasilis or Kavourina in the waterfront. In a walking distance from the town, you can visit the ancient site of Kolona. It used to be a temple to Apollo in the ancient times but now only one column of it has survived.
adelheid21 03 Oct 2008Walk along the waterfrontWe went to Aegina only for one day from Athens and saw just the capital village, not the rest of the island. As the ferry was approaching the port, you could see the temple of Apollo with only one column standing today. The waterfront of Aegina was lovely, the typical waterfront of a Greek island with gift shops, taverns and cafeterias. The food was great, especially the sausages, delicious! I am a German and I know about good sausages!! Best tavern Avli.