A stone’s throw from the capital of Greece, the islands of the Argosaronic act as stress buster and are a timeless and beloved destination.
Aegina is the closest island to Athens with its beautiful neoclassical harbor. Especially picturesque, with clean seas, famous monasteries, important archaeological sites, charming town and beautiful villages, Aegina is famous for peanuts, ceramics and lace.
Agistri island is the smallest of the Saronic islands.The combination of the dark green of the beautiful dense pine forest and the different shades of the turquoise clear blue sea are magical. The island’s name means ‘hook’ in English, and you will be sure to be hooked by Agistri!
Hydra, the most picturesque island of the Saronic Gulf, with atmospheric boutique hotels in restored mansions, stylish restaurants and lively night life. The island is listed as an architectural reserve and it’s blissfully free of motor vehicles. Photogenic donkeys do most haulage. The clip-clop of the beasts’ hooves on marble pavement and their drovers’ cries are very much part of the soundtrack here.
Equally picturesque Spetses are a favorite island for stylish and romantic getaway. In the Medieval times, the island flourished with trade and the locals constructed elegant mansions that survive till today. The town is large and ideal for long promenades. Many beautiful beaches are found around the island and a large festival takes place in Spetses on the second weekend of September, the Armata Festival.
More low profile beautiful and unspoiled Poros has its own fans. The island’s name means narrow strait, and is separated from the Peloponnese and the picturesque town of Galatas by a 370 meters canal. It is considered the most romantic place. Poros is a very green island, you can admire the pines that cover the small hills and the beaches.
Alimos Marina is our central base and one of the largest marinas in Greece with up to 1000 permanent positions. It is the ideal starting point for vacations in the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades.
Aegina is the closest of the Greek Islands to Athens and it is the ideal island for your first sailing day. It boasts a great number of sights and natural beauties, highlight of which is the famous Aphea Temple.
Agistri is a peaceful and calm island ideal for lovers of nature. The combination of the dark green of the beautiful dense pine forest and the different shades of the turquoise clear blue sea are magical.
One upon a time, two small islands – Spheria and Kalavria – came together to produce a little jewel in the Saronic Gulf, the island of Poros. It is a little island in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, south to Aegina and Agistri. The natural port is protecting from all kind of winds.
Methana is peninsula is an island-like Saronic gulf which is often misunderstood as an island. Marina is located on the peninsula, renowned for its two steep volcanic slopes. The main points of interest, are the mountains, as the small peninsula is the host of over 30 volcanic eruption centers.
Hydra is a gem just off the coast of mainland Greece. The idyllic island is free of cars.Widely known as one of the most beautiful islands in Greece. Character and charm abound and the island’s impressive history is evident everywhere.
One of the most lordly Saronic island, the island of important history, maritime tradition and worldly life. Sitting in the heart of the Saronic Gulf and belonging to the Saronic island group, Spetses Greece has a lot to offer in terms of beaches, sightseeing, and relaxation.
Epidaurus was a popular place of healing in antiquity. It is home to the most beautiful ancient theater, famed for its visual and acoustic symmetry. The theater is still in use today for performances. Epidavurus is a small fishing village.
One of the most beautiful towns, also one of the most romantic cities all over Greece. A charming city with a spectacular waterfront, small streets and historic buildings crowned by a fortress that looks over another fort in the middle of the harbor.