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Agistri alone consists of the most important sight of the Saronic Gulf. Just 45 minutes off Piraeus and 10 minutes from Aegina is the small paradise of the Saronic sea, with its hospitable people and its emerald waters.

You must visit all of its beaches, and most definitely Chalikiada, Aponissos and Dragonera.

It is also worth visiting the various archaeological findings at the Cultural Center of Megalochori and the Churches, mentioned below.

Agioi Anargiroi
This is an imposing, white-washed Church with a light blue dome, situated in Slaka, and is celebrated on the first of July.

Church of Zoodochos Pigi
This is the island's Cathedral, it is in Megalochori and it is worth visiting its noteworthy murals. It is celebrated on Easter Friday and a fair also takes place.

The chapels of Agioi Pandes and Agioi Theodoroi
They are both situated in pine-dwelled woods above Megalochori and you can reach them through a 10-minute walk. They stand there through the passing of time and invite the visitor to learn about the island's roots, Kadoudi, meaning the old village, what is left of Agistri's oldest settlement.

Virgin Mary at Metochi
This is achurch at Metochi and you can visit it by trekking. When you reach the Church you will be stunned by the amazing view. It is celebrated on the 15th of August and a fair also takes place.

Agia Varvara at Polemi
Situated in Polemi. The old Church of Agia Varvara had the honor of being sanctified by St.Nektarios.

The Church of Agia Kiriaki
Situated in Limenaria and celebrated on the 7th of July. On that day a big fair takes place.

Agios Nikolaos
Is situated outside Limenaria, a 10-nimute walking distance, as we go to the magical beach of Aponisos.

It is also worth wondering around the island's settlements and beaches
with the tourist train ... a fashinating journey!


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