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Saronic (Argo-Saronic), Greece

Saronic and Argolic gulfs, placed between Peloponnese and Attica peninsulas, sheltered from strong winds, are ideal places for smooth sailing.

Invaluable jewels of two Gulfs (Saronikos and Argolikos) Argosaronikos, are its beautiful islands of Aegina, Salamina, Agistiri, Poros, Hydra, Spetses, as well as ancient Epidauros on north-eastern coast of Peloponnese

Very close to Athens, famous by their traditional architecture these islands are settled some 3000 BC, and their inhabitants are known for their great nautical experience.

Picturesque villages, islands, places relatively close to Athens, some of them inhabited and some not, are offering to every fan of sun, sea and sailing, unique moments of pleasure. Among the most popular sailing destinations, the Argolic and Saronic gulfs (shortened Argo-Saronic) with their 88 islands are waiting for you to explore.

The islands of the Argo-Saronic Gulf are located in the sea strait between the North-East coast of the Peloponnese and the West coast of Attica.

Each of them keeps its character both as regards the natural environment and architecture.

Common characteristics for all of this beauty are clean beaches, pleasant island atmosphere, hospitable people, small distances and good tourist infrastructure, numerous possibilities for sport activities, fun and good food, folk art, architecture and the local customs.

Spetses Island, Greece

Spetses Island, Greece

The island is situated at the entrance of the Argolic Gulf, in front of Kosta, Ermionide, and is divided by a narrow strait of sea, 1.3 nautical miles million wide.

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Salamina (Salamis) Island, Greece

Salamina (Salamis) Island, Greece

During history, the island, due to its strategic position, near Athens, was the bone of contention, between the Athenians and Megarians. The most important event

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Hydra Island, Greece

Hydra Island, Greece

Hydra lies on the south of the Saronic gulf. It is known for its rocky and dry soil and the characteristic architecture, fully harmonized with the ascetic environment.

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Poros Island, Greece

Poros Island, Greece

A narrow sea strait separates the island from Galatas, on the opposite coast of Peloponnese. According to the mythology, Theseus was born, on this lush island.

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Agistri Island, Greece

Agistri Island, Greece

Island is located in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, 4 nautical miles from Aegina, with lush vegetation, beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters.

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Aegina (Egina) Island, Greece

Aegina (Egina) Island, Greece

In the sixth century BC Aegina had a large merchant fleet and became a major maritime power, at the same time, local potters produced the famous Aegina's Vase.

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