Boat Trips

Within a short distance from Athens, the Saronic Gulf Islands offer a glimpse of Greek island life. As with all Greek islands, each one has a unique feel and culture, so you can hop between classical heritage, pristine beaches, delicious local gastronomy, exquisite architecture and friendly locals.

Poros

A well-kept secret, Poros is comprised of two islands, Sphairia and Kalavria, of which the former is a volcanic rock and the latter planted with pine trees. The island is easily accessible from Piraeus port. Its history, sights, the lively waterfront adorned with shops, cozy cafes and restaurants, a picturesque capital with grand traditional mansions and picturesque cobbled streets, lush pines trees vegetation and crystal-clear beaches compensate all visitors.

Hydra

Breathtaking Hydra is a Greek island that is free of wheeled vehicles. Take a full-day excursion to Hydra, one of the most cosmopolitan islands in the Aegean Sea and wander around the picturesque town filled with red-tiled houses and stone-paved narrow alleys.

Aegina

Beyond its bustling port, Aegina has the seductive, easygoing character of a typical Greek island, but with the bonus of more than its fair share of prestigious ancient sites. Special Aegina treats include a fabulous sort of pistachio nut, the splendid 5th-century Temple of Aphaia and the magical Byzantine Paleohora ruins.

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