Aegina is an island in the middle of Saronic Gulf at 16 miles from Piraeus. Generally it is a flat island with a number of low mountains.

It is 83 km2 in size and the total coast length is 57 km. Capital and main port is Aegina city. There are daily connections by ferryboat, catamaran, flying dolphin with Piraeus but with other Saronic islands and Peloponnese (Nafplion, Methana, Ermioni, Tolo, Monemvassia).

Pristine beaches of Aegina

Pristine beaches of Aegina

Other smaller ports are Agia Marina, Perdika and Souvala. Aegina is an island with a rich history. Small boats leave from the fishing port of Perdika for the picturesque islands of Angistri and Moni; ideal places to enjoy absolute peace and unspoilt nature.

The island also has a lot to offer in the form of sandy beaches, beautiful fishing villages and a richly varied landscape. Aegina is well developed in terms of tourism and is mainly visited by Greeks from Athens and the surrounding area.

Aphaia tempel on Aegina island

Aphaia tempel on Aegina island

According to mythology, Aegina is named after the daughter of Asopos, who was abducted by Zeus. God brought her to a deserted island and fathered a son; Aiakos, who later became one of the three underworld judges. According to archaeological evidence, Aegina has been inhabited since the Neolithic period and the island is considered the birthplace of Aristophanes.


M/Y Polaris

  • Length: 42.6m
  • Cabins: 5
  • Number of guests: 10
  • Crew: 9


  • Length: 55 mt
  • Cabins: 5
  • Number of guests: 11
  • Crew: 8

M/Y Ariela

  • Length: 40m
  • Cabins: 6
  • Number of guests: 12
  • Crew: 7
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