The island of Agistri, also known as Angistri, is a gem among the Saronic islands in Greece. It is green with beautiful beaches and crystal clear water. Agistri is the smallest inhabited island of the Saronic Islands with around 1,000 inhabitants.

There are four villages on the island of Agistri. The largest, with over 500 inhabitants, is Megalochori also called Mylos. Megalochori is situated on a beautiful sandy beach and has a natural harbor where the flying dolphins from Piraeus moor.

Agistri island

Agistri island

It is a beautiful village with old stone houses and cozy narrow streets. After Megalochori following the beautiful coastal road through the forest, you will find the pebble beach Dragonera. Here are beach chairs and a canteen.

The village of Skala on Agistri is 2 km away from Megalochori and has 350 permanent residents. Here is the largest port of Agistri where the ferry boats from Aegina and Piraeus moor. It is a tourist-oriented village with many hotels, eateries and bars.

Pristine Agistri island

Pristine Agistri island

It is located on a beautiful, shallow sandy beach, very suitable for small children. To the left of Skala, following the coastal road, lies the rocky beach of Skliri with clear deep water.




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

M/Y Ariela

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  • Cabins: 6
  • Number of guests: 12
  • Crew: 7

M/Y FX38

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