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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We looked into the busses and private tours, and even renting scooters, but just ended up hiring a cab. The gentleman then offered to take us there, stop at the monastery on the way, and bring us to a swimming beach afterward for about 30€...More

1  Thank Jessica G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Not to be missed if you are on the island of Aegina. It truly is an amazing piece of architecture. The story of the temple is shown on display boards throughout the monument. It is €5 to get in and is worth it. There are...More

Thank Sandrashoes
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After a 5 minute bus ride from Agia Marina we arrived at this stunning site. It was an extremely hot day but the pictures we took were stunning against the blue sky. The café/ shop opposite had lots of shade and a good choice of...More

Thank _helenfox64
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There is usually at least one archaeological attraction that has drawn me to these islands I have visited. In the case of Aegina it was this temple. It is one of the Archaeological wonders of Greece. It is one of the more complete with 25...More

Thank Archaeobuff
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The story of the temple, build to honour the daugther of Zeus and Karme, is a fine temple which is more complete than the Parthenon at Acropolis. The reason why this temple only gets three stars, is the lack of information at the ground. Nothing...More

Thank Thomas R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Not a lot of people know of the existence of this temple and it fills in some blacks. Fun fact: did u know that the parthenon, the temple if Poseidon in cape Sounio and thus form a perfect triangle???

Thank solei15
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Aegina island is so close to Piraeus and Athens that it would be pity not to visit it. The Temple of Aphaia is a must to see, mind that you have to choose the season and the time of the day. Greek summers are hot...More

Thank 238irene
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

TIP: DO NOT PAY! This temple is stunning, no doubt, however you can easily walk around the perimeter fence for a great view or the temple, the Bay of Athens and even the mountains of the Peloponnese. The entry was really expensive considering the whole...More

1  Thank Irlandia2012
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Temple of Aphaia was about a 15 minute drive from the docks at Aegina. It’s a pleasant drive through small towns and pistachio orchards. The countryside is very scenic. My husband, my adult daughter and I got a cab and made the trip. Our...More

Thank lmosews
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well preserved temple with minimal foot traffic. Well worth the drive up to visit it. Stop at the gift shop across the street and have some gelato while you admire the views.

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Barbara D
January 6, 2018|
Response from James M | Reviewed this property |
I am not aware of any lighting at this particular site, it is defiantly not like Athens but it is still a very impressive site. Be wary of transportation buses are few so you will need to walk down to agia marina and be... More
March 14, 2017|
Response from kazz50 | Reviewed this property |
From my recollection, 100 yd from gate. Not a huge slope but ground obviously not entirely even as this is an antiquity. The cost was I think about €20 for taxi and €12 for entrance for two. I really loved it. I have visited... More
George D
February 12, 2017|
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Response from Turnkey56 | Reviewed this property |
There is probably a 100 yard walk up hill but flat at the top where temple is located. I would not say it is steep but a gradual incline.