Today you will enjoy a tour of Aegina Island with your private guide and coach bus.
The Temple of Aphaia is one of the major attractions that one can see on the island of Aegina. Built on a hill, at 160 meters, it is surrounded by pine trees and it stands out for its unique energy. Since prehistoric times (1300 B.C.) it has been a unique place of worship.
One of the most visited sites on Aegina is the church of Agios Nektarios. Agios Nektarios was known as a great miracle worker, particularly as a healer of every sort of disease, he was also a prolific writer, theologist, philosopher, moralist, educator, poet, ascetic and mystic.
On the Southern edge of the island lies the small fishing village of Perdika. This is perhaps one of the most picturesque spots on the island and still has the characteristics of the Aegean style of square houses and narrow streets. Here, there are many tavernas to eat fish. From here you can take a small boat to the island of Moni.
Moni island is opposite Perdika, just 8 minutes by boat. Moni is a beautiful islet with lush vegetation without inhabitants, only with deer, small horses, wild boar, peacocks, pheasants and squirrels that come close to you to feed them. On one side of the island the waters are deep and suitable for underwater fishing, while on the other side of the island there is a wonderful sandy beach where you will find a beach bar and sunbeds.
Sail (3 hours) to Hydra Island, departing at 4pm. Dinner is served onboard your boat.