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Saronic Gulf Islands

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A group of small islands (Aegina, Poros, Hydra, Spetses) in Saronic Gulf, in the south of Attica:

Aegina
Aegina is the closest island to the mainland, with clean, nice beaches, beautiful countryside and pistachio. A very good connection with Piraeus port makes it easily accessible. One can visit Temple of Afaia, St. Nectarios Orthodox Church and the old city.

Paros
Paros is a bit further than Aegina: Pine forests around the beautiful beaches; picturesque monastery of Zoodochou Pigis; its narrow pathway, where one can stroll;

Hydra
Hydra is the most famous island of Saronic Gulf. it is known through the years for its maritime tradition and the unique architecture of its houses and mansions. It is built amphitheatrically on the rocks surrounding the port, a beautiful picturesque village, with its narrow pathways, flanked by tavemas and shops. Cars are not allowed.

Spetses
Spetses is the farthest of all the Saronic islands. It is well known for the exceptionally beautiful mansions of 18th century. Old canons still guard the harbor that reminds the glorious history of the place. Boats take people to the many beautiful beaches on the backside. Cars are not allowed and people can enjoy the ride of horse-drawn-coaches. 

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