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Being less than an hour away from Athens, Agistri island is one of the most popular Greek islands for weekend getaways from the country’s capital. Agistri Greece belongs to the Saronic group of islands, along with Poros, Aegina, Spetses, and Hydra. Its relatively close distance to these islands makes it a perfect base for island hopping between the Saronic islands.
Thanks to its extraordinary natural setting and the mesmerizing Agistri beaches, Agistri island Greece is a popular destination for camping in Greece. This doesn’t mean that there aren’t any organized resorts in Agistri, quite the contrary! In Skala, you’ll find anything from Agistri hotels, to restaurants, taverns, and organized beaches. Moving from Skala, where one of the island’s port is also located, you’ll come across the best Agistri beaches, Aponissos and Dragonera. Backed by lush nature, they offer the perfect ambiance for relaxing days at the beach!
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Agistri Greece sits in the Saronic gulf, close to the islands of Aegina and Poros. Its proximity to Athens and the rest of the Saronic islands make Agistri an excellent destination for quick getaways, day trips and island hopping in Greece!
Agistri beaches and the island’s breathtaking natural landscape are the standouts of Agistri, that’s why camping is one of the best things to do in Agistri. Regarding Agistri beaches, they are known for their beautiful natural surroundings, exotic ambiance and mesmerizing waters. Especially in Aponissos beach, you’ll have the chance to swim in a huge natural pool! Equally beautiful are Skala beach and Dragonera beach, while Halikiada is a go-to beach for naturists.
Skala is not only the main port of Agistri, but also its main town. Along the coastal road of Agistri you’ll find a selection of restaurants, cafes, beach bars and traditional taverns, where you can eat fresh fish and seafood, along with local delicacies. Also, there are regular buses from Skala to Dragonera and Aponissos, while Halikiada is a short walk away from Skala.
Agistri island Greece is a little Aegean gem, ideal for getting away from it all for a few days!