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We took a ferry over to Aegina from Athens in early February 2020, before the CV hit. This island is nothing compared to Santorini or Mykanos, but completely delightful. There are some very beautiful sights here, and the views of the Med will take your breath away.We were not…
The Temple itself is simple breathtaking and the view overlooking the island is even better. It is about a 30 minute drive from the port and has a small gift shop right outside the ticket booth. The tickets for entry is less than 5 euros. When I visited in March of 2020 the…
For anybody with some cultural interest a visit to the Aphaia temple is a must, when on Aegina. Located in a quiet area, on a 160m high hill, surrounded by pine forests, the site can be reached by public transport, since most buses between Aegina town and the tourist resort of…
Quiet and few tourists. Plenty of history in true Greek ruins with a small museum on site. Nearby restaurant calm, scenic. If you drive it is easy to find after a beautiful 45 minute drive from the port.
Really beautiful and in good condition. Also excellent place near the temple.Everyone must visit. I suggest it.