Perdika (Aegina Island)
Aegina, 13 miles from Athens is an island in the middle of the Saronic Gulf. After you get past the busy harbour, there is much to recommend it. Much is typical of small island towns but there are also many famous ancient sites like the 5th Century Temple of Aphaia and the Byzantine ruins of Paleohora. The island is also famous for its delicious pistachio nuts and you should not leave Aegina without buying some.
Perdika (Aegina Island) is located near Aegina (Greece) 37° 41' 28.1840" N , 23° 27' 8.6539" E
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Arrival: Piraeus Port (Athens)
Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Sailing Area: Greece
Other places in this itineraryAthens to Poros Town Poros Island Spetses Island Nafplion (Mainland) Hydra Island Epidavros (Mainland) Perdika (Aegina Island) Agia Marina (Aegina Island) Piraeus Port (Athens)
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