Aegina Island - Argo-Saronic Gulf Greece
Aegina is the largest of the islands in the Saronic Gulf, and is an extremely popular destination for travellers throughout the year. With easy and frequent access from the port of Piraeus, the island is ideal for summer holidays, weekend breaks and even day trips.
The island is one with a very important and interesting history, and is home to a number of fascinating archaeological sites such as the "Temple of Aphea Athina" and the "Temple of Apollo".
There are many delightful towns and resorts found all around the island, each of which has it's own beauty and charm. The capital Aegina Town is where most people will arrive by ferry and is a beautiful town to explore. There are some lovely beaches all around Aegina, perfect for the hot summer months,
You will find an excellent selection of hotels and accommodation on Aegina, as well as many local tavernas and restaurants where you can enjoy a freshly prepared meal.
In our Aegina travel guide, you will find a wide selection of useful information for your holidays and vacations to the island including information on the towns and villages, hotels and accommodation, entertainment, nightlife, sites and museums, beaches, churches and much more for your travels to Aegina.
Our complete travel guide to Aegina can be found at www.aroundaegina.com and is full of useful information for this beautiful Greek island.
Our Greek language travel guide to Aegina can be found at www.αίγινα.net and is a great resource for Greek speakers for this popular island in Greece.