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The beach of Agia Marina

Agia Marina beach is the first beach in the history of Aegina island and Argosaronikos, that has been awarded with a "blue flag" for the year 2013

The road from the town of Aegina, goes though forests with pine trees and it meets the temple of Aphaia, which is a Dorian type temple built in soobe. It also goes to the Monastery of Saint Nektarios and to the old medieval town with it's old churches and finally it ends up at Agia(Santa) Marina.

Agia(Santa) Marina is a well known and a favourite summer destination for greek and foreign tourists. It has a big sandy beach, well organized with water sports available and the waters are not very deep. The beach is 500 meters long with many big pine trees.

This is not the only beach though. There is another beach on the north of the wharf which is rocky and suitable for swimming and underwater fishing.

In Santa Marina, you can find many hotels or rooms that you can rent, pictursque taverns by the beach, bars, shops with folk art and discos.

At the beach, there is the church of Santa Marina, which celebrates its name day on the 17th of July. There is frequent transportation from the port in Piraeus to Agia(Santa) Marina. From Agia(Santa)Marina, we can travel to mountaneous villages in Aegina.

There is evidence that the area, particularly the headland, was inhabited since the 4th century B.C. In 1829, an archaeologist found this area to be cultivated yet uninhabited. Only two houses and traces of ancient structures existed here. Until the middle of the last century there were some orchards, two or three houses and few shops on the beach.

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Activities in Aegina

Aegina island, apart from its beaches, the green-blue sea, the romantic walks, the tranquility and the night life, it offers to the vacationers intense and not only activities, combining sea and mountain.

In Aegina there are many sightseeings. The Archaeological museum, the archaeological site of Kolona, the Temple of Aphaia, the Temple of Apollo, and many other sights.

From the port of Aegina starts a boat which makes the circumnavigation of the island, giving you the opportunity to admire its unique beaches.


Aegina island

The city of Aegina is the capital city of the island and it's located on the west side. It's built amphitheatrical towards the sea. When you enter the harbor, the small, white church of Saint Nikolas welcomes you.

Your first impession is the modern type classical buildings, which are located along the sea front of the island and have terristrial shade colors which make them look even more beautiful at sunset. The economic and social life of Aegina is centralized on the coastal road and the parallel roads.