The Saronic Gulf Islands dot the waters nearest Athens and offer a fast track to Greek island life. As with all Greek islands, each of the Saronic has a unique feel and culture, so you can hop between classical heritage, resort beaches, exquisite architecture and remote escapism. They are known for their natural beauty, sandy beaches, the totally unspoiled and friendly small ports and peaceful anchorages. Long stretches of sandy beaches, fragrant pine forest, and rocky capes against a backdrop of brilliant sunshine and crystal blue water provide an infinite variety of scenic beauty. Along this route our visitor will find many Cosmopolitan towns, ancient temples, Byzantine castles, small fishing ports and unspoiled anchorages.
Aegina is for travellers who do not like “polished” islands, as other popular Greek Destinations. One of the joys is for someone to experience local food and drink; only handmade and Mediterranean food at its best. Moreover there are several good sandy beaches with clean and crystal clear waters from which you will delight in.
Spetses is an attractive pine –clad Island secluded with hidden coves and sparkling clear water sea, beaches close to the waterfront with beautiful pine forest as backdrop. The island is particularly popular to the elite and nowadays there are plenty beautiful hotels and markets. Spetses is as picturesque as you can imagine.
Hydra is a popular yachting destination, the absence of air pollution the natural beauties, tradition, amazing architecture and the hospitality of the inhabitants are some of the many reasons to visit. Hydra is an artist colony and a cosmopolitan Island which has attracted in the years many glamorous people. One of the most romantic destinations in Greece.
Poros is a volcanic Island and means “passage”. It is separated from the Peloponnese mainland by a 200 meter wide Chanel of water. The beaches of Poros are known for their clean water, the most famous beach is the Love Bay, a scenic landscape with crystal waters surrounded by lush greenery.
Kea, also known as Gia, it is the Island of the Cyclades complex that is closest to Attica. It has exceptional beaches and one of the best system of walking paths and trails. Keas restaurants are among the best in Greece; this Island is offering to its guests the luxury of simplicity.
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