The Saronikos Islands are located just a few miles away from Athens and are well protected from strong winds because of their natural geography. History’s footprint is very strong in most of Saronikos islands. Canons that can be seen across most islands and famous monuments of the Greek war of independence in 1821 compose a unique scenery.
Past and present intermingle in Greece’s capital city. A location that’s much more than just a stop-off point to a destination,
merging the mountain, the sea and the city at your fingertips.
You can moor either to the small, picturesque port of Perdika or sail further towards the west coast to Aegina’s main port.
Don’t miss a visit to the local fish market, where you can taste Greek delicacies and the worldwide famous Aegina pistachio.
“the queen of the Saronic Gulf”, is built amphitheatrically around the port, combining nature and architecture.
Stroll through the town’s picturesque cobble stone streets and imposing houses and let “the queen” captivate you.
an island boasting a long naval tradition. Whitewashed, neoclassical buildings, secluded beaches,
crystal clear waters and pine-clad hills form a scenery that seems to come directly from an old tale
The secluded beach of Kyparissi, a picturesque, small fishing village. Don’t miss the chance to anchor here and dive into
the crystal-clear waters.
The unique castle town of Monemvasia, located on the south-eastern side of the Peloponnese.
The old city untouched by time, but still inhabited and alive, amazes its visitors with its unique architecture.
Once you enter the old city gates you feel like you travel in time, back to medieval ages.
The village of Gerakas is surrounded by the impressive mountain of Parnon and has a picturesque port that
attracts many of the visitors to Monemvasia. It lies 20 km north of Monemvasia town. It is known for its beautiful lagoon and the traditional fish taverns.
Also in the wider region lies the church of Agios Georgios of Gerakas which dates bakc from the 19th century
The town of Leonidio is capital of the Tsakonia region, notable for its cultural and linguistic particularities, and the settlement
itself offers striking and picturesque architecture,
now a protected architectural site, there are very strict regulations for building within the town’s limits.
Built around a beautiful, natural harbor blessed with its numerous sheltered coves, Porto Heli looks like an island.
a small seaside town. Built on a cape and surrounded by pine trees, it strongly resembles an island.
It has, since the ancient years, considered to be a strategic location. On the east side lie the ruins of a great
Byzantine – Venetian Castle. During the Middle Ages, the island served as a refuge for Albanian settlers’ animals.
Divided from the mainland by a very narrow crossing, Poros resembles a puzzle piece gone missing from the Peloponnese opposite.
Pine forests reaching the sea, neoclassical buildings, quaint shops and taverns, whitewashed houses wrapped in bougainvilleas
create the perfect holiday scenery.
Methana is situated on a volcanic (the Methana Volcano) peninsula, attached to the Peloponnese.
The town is located north of the road connecting to the rest of the Peloponnese and Galatas.
is the smallest island of the Saronic Gulf. With its extraordinary natural setting and mesmerizing beaches, Agistri
will win you over.