for Students in Saronic Gulf Islands
- 1Greece3 reviews
Aegina is a beautiful and peaceful place and has amazing beaches!
- 2Greece1 review
aegina is a beautiful island. to get there you need to take a boat or a ferri at Piraeis to get to aegina. it is worth a visit as it has beautiful waters which is fun to fish in and swim, shopping is pretty good and different. and the food is beautiful and fresh from the island. it is also ...
- 3Greece5 reviews
For a long time I ignored Hydra because it was relatively close to Athens--it must be no good, I assumed. Silly me--I'd been overlooking one crucial detail. There are no cars allowed on the island. This has kept the development down to a very small scale, and keeps the place quiet. The main town (OK, there's really only one actual ...
- 4Greece3 reviews
Hydra is a beautiful island a few hours from Athens, Greece. There are no vehicles allowed (only 2 trucks on the whole island) so all transportation is by donkey or bicycle. The town is very picturesque, and the water is crystal clear. I wish I could have spent more than an hour or two there.
- 5Greece4 reviews
beutiful island with the lemon trees forest
- 6Greece2 reviews
historikal island ,i loved it
- 7Greece3 reviews
Great island look up Christos at the Yacht Club
- 8Greece3 reviews
Easy to reach from the Pireus, near Athens, Salamina Island is a great place where you can relax, visit with nice daily walks and has its little ‘taverna’ by the sea where real Greek cuisine is served. It is the site of the ancient Great Battle of Salamis determining the future of Europe.
- 9Greece1 review
Poros is a tiny island of natural beauty with clean sandy beaches and local tavernas. It's not commercial, it feels like "real" greece. Made up of local fishing villages & small shops selling beautiful ceramics.
- 11Greece1 review