Full-Day Boat Tour to Agistri and Aegina Saronic Islands from Athens

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Enjoy a Greek island hopping trip on this full-day boat tour from Athens. Welcoming adventurers of all ages!

Enjoy a Greek island hopping trip on this full-day boat tour from Athens. Welcoming adventurers of all ages!

Athens is the largest and capital city of Greece, and it is also one of the oldest cities in the world! It attracts many visitors, who come to explore the city's ancient ruins, museums, and vibrant neighborhoods. Athens is also a gateway to many islands and coastal towns around Greece. The Athens coast stretches along the southeastern part of the Attica peninsula and encompasses several beaches, coves, and islands.

This boat trip begins at the starting point at Marina Zea Pier in Athens (pick-up is available from your accommodation, please select this option when booking). You'll be welcomed on board the safe and comfortable boat by the experienced crew. Coffee, juices, tea and pasties will be served upon arrival, before you set sail upon the blue Aegean Sea!

This tour will visit several of the Saronic Islands, a group of islands located in the Saronic Gulf, southwest of Athens. These islands are renowned for their natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, and picturesque coastal villages. The first stop on the cruise is Agistri, an island surrounded by clear blue waters and covered in thick pine trees. Immerse yourself in the lush nature as you enjoy a swim in the refreshing water and relax on the hot sand.

After boarding the boat again, you'll continue to the island of Moni or Metopi. Here, you’ll enjoy a delicious traditional Greek lunch accompanied by an array of beverages. After lunch, you can jump off the boat for another swim or use the snorkelling equipment to explore the underwater world! After visiting the island, the cruise continues to the next stop, the beautiful island of Aegina.

Aegina is the largest of the Saronic Islands, famous for its ancient temple of Aphaia and bustling waterfront promenade. The island is home to white stone houses, pistachios, and ancient temples. Explore the island, swim in the clear waters and sunbathe on the sandy beach. After, you'll sail back to Marina Zea Pier, enjoying chill music, delicious Mediterranean fruits, coffee, and drinks along the way.

Escape the crowded beaches and streets for one day and set sail for the Saronic Islands aboard a spacious and comfortable Greek sailing ship!


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Tim L., Canada — 09/09/2019
I highly recommend "unique sailing experience to Agistri, Moni, Aegina", especially as a relaxing alternative to other "3 Island cruise" options. There were between 20-30 passengers on my trip, a mix of couples, friends, one family. I think I was the only Solo traveler but that was ok. Way better than being packed on a ferry with 200 people. Agistri gives you that great authentic Greek town feel. Snorkeling at Moni was a highlight (as was the delicious lunch served afterwords), and I highly recommend going on the tour offered at Aegina (10eu covers your entry to the archaeological site (guided!) And a gelato. You'll also get to taste many pistachio treats. In between islands - we relaxed. Lounged in or out of the sun. With my fair skin, I was happy there was a shaded lounging area. It was a day that ended with warm, happy, relaxed people. My advice is to go in with no expectation, and just enjoy what is available. I advise taking both opportunities for the bike tour and the Aegina. (Pack at least 20eu and lots of sunscreen!)
Cathrine M., United States — 29/07/2019
Activities were great but the beaches were not! Other patrons were amazing and from different countries and very enjoyable.

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