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Vacations in Agistri (Argosaronic Bay - Greece)

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Area Argosaronic Bay Best for All
Perfecture Attica Cost High
Access Ship Size 13 Square Kilometers
Beaches All Distance 28 Kilometers

Vacations in Agistri island - The ideal destination for your vacations

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Why Agistri

  • To relax on a tiny nearby paradise
  • To swim in fantastic beaches
  • To leave you car and your stress behind
  • To admire the pine covered landscapes

Information On Agistri

Agistri is one of the islands of Argosaronic Bay close to Athens. It is a very verdant island with pine forests.

Agistri is popular for many reasons, but the main ones are two. First Agistri is very close to Athens and secondly it has some pretty impressive beaches.

Megalochori, the largest village on Agistri, also known as Mylos, features traditional architecture, narrow streets, and local shops. Visitors can wander through the village, visit the local cafes, and immerse themselves in the laid-back island atmosphere.
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Beaches Of Agistri

Agistri is famous for its beaches. Since it is a small islands there are not many of them, but they are great beaches with pine trees reaching up to the coast.
  • Dragonera (West Agistri): Dragonera Beach is a charming small pebble beach known for its serene environment and pristine waters.
  • Aponisos (Southwest Agistri): This is not an ordinary beach and it is not even qualify as one for some people, as it is formed by rocks.
  • Chalikiada (Northeast Agistri): Chalikiada Beach is a small picturesque pebble beach known for its crystal-clear turquoise waters and beautiful natural surroundings.
  • Megalochori (North Agistri): Megalochori Beach, also known as Milos Beach, is a charming long sandy beach located in the village of Megalochori on the north side of Agistri.
  • Skala (North Agistri): Skala Beach is the main beach of Agistri Island and is located in the village of Skala. It is a long sandy beach that stretches along the coastline.

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Travel To Agistri

It is a short two-hour trip by ship from Piraeus port. You can get to Agistri even faster with a flying dolphin (around one hour) but it costs more.
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Transportation On Agistri (Car Rentals)

Agistri is a small island where you can do without a car. There is a small bus connecting Megalochori with Skala (half an hour by foot) sometimes even reaching Aponisos through Dragonera and Limenaria almost covering the entire island. You can also move around by boat, sea taxi, foot or bicycle.
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Accommodation On Agistri (Hotels, Apartments, Guesthouses, Rooms to let)

All of the accommodation of Agistri is on the north side around Megalochori and Skala. There is practically nothing else on the rest of the island.
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Food & Drink On Agistri

On Agistri island you can have fresh fish and seafood.
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What To Buy On Agistri

You can buy traditional products of Agistri like wine, honey and olives.
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Attractions On Agistri

Agistri Folk Museum

The Folk Museum, housed in the Cultural Center of Agistri, is an elegant two-story building in the heart of Megalochori.

Agioi Anargyroi Church

Located in Skala, this small church is known for its beautiful frescoes and stunning views of the surrounding area.

Horse Riding Aponisos

A ride around the tiny Aponisos lake on horseback is something you will never forget.

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Islands Connected To Agistri

There is a ferry from Agistri to the following islands:

Aegina (direct connection to Agistri)
Poros (direct connection to Agistri)

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