Take a boat and just one hour later discover the first city-state of Greece that minted coins, the first capital of contemporary Greece and a gorgeous island for your holidays. With its 80 km of circumference and its 15.000 inhabitants, Aegina is an island that can be visited all year round.
Enjoy the island’s unique light, dear to the poets and writers Seferis and Kazantzakis, the painters Nikolaou and Moralis, or the sculptor Kapralos. Discover its beaches, coves, walking tracks and millenary olive groves, its temples (the temple of Afaia), monasteries (Aghios Nektarios) and old churches (Paliachora), and last but not least, its many delightful taverns!
Moni is an islet of the Saronic Gulf. It is located in the north of the Saronic Gulf, southwest of Aegina, at a distance of less than 500m. from the cape of Perdika and 1800m from the port of Perdika. It is pine-covered, with organized sandy. In the summer there is a frequent daily connection to the port of Aegina by boat and a very frequent connection to the tourist resort of Perdika. The island is owned by the Holy Monastery of Chrysoleontissa of Aegina and for this reason it has been named Monastery. The peculiarity of this island is that it is not inhabited, but it is a refuge for wild animals. On the island there are indicative: deer, ibex, kri-kri, peacocks and squirrels, many of which are friendly – domesticated and approach visitors.