10 Things to do Good for Big Groups in Saronic Gulf Islands That You Shouldn't Miss

October 8, 2021 Roger Rusk

Discover the best top things to do in Saronic Gulf Islands, Greece including Interdive, Kaiki Elpis, Harriets Hydra Horses, Hydra Walking Tours, Spetses Cruising, Moto Stelios, Gregs Spetses Horses, Go Kayak Greece, Temple of Aphaia, Bouboulina's Museum.
Restaurants in Saronic Gulf Islands

1. Interdive

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5.0 based on 139 reviews

Interdive

We are a new dive club on Agistri island.We offer dives around the island specially in AVANTIS III shipwreck, this wreck is for all diving levels.We are available for certified divers and non-certified divers.Priority to reserve for certified dives and new divers but if there is space we can carry swimmers.

2. Kaiki Elpis

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5.0 based on 15 reviews

Kaiki Elpis

It is the most traditional way of transport.. Choosing a Kaiki is a unique, special experience and offers the chance to enjoy and be initiated in completely relaxed island lifestyle. Available charter and private tours to all beaches, even those not accessible by land. Traditional Kaikis are also used for transportation of guests to Different types of events (weddings, christenings and other).

3. Harriets Hydra Horses

Hydra Town 18040 Greece +30 698 032 3347 [email protected] http://www.harrietshydrahorses.com
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Harriets Hydra Horses

Discover the usually hidden treasures of Hydra with Harriet's Hydra Horses. Let Harriet take you on a trek to see Hydra's mountains, monasteries and beaches. There is so much more than just a port! A local guide who is fluent in both English and Greek will escort you and tell you all about this wonderful place. The Original and still the Best. PLEASE DON'T BE FOOLED BY IMPOSTERS

Reviewed By Trip400932

I had a wonderful ride along the coast with Harriet earlier today! Hydra is an extremely pretty island, and it was well worth getting up early(ish) to avoid the midday heat. The horses are very calm - suitable for riders of any level - and Harriet is keeping group's small in order to mitigate COVID-19 related risks. For anyone holidaying in Greece in the complex summer of 2020, I highly recommend some time out on Hydra (only 1.5 hours from Athens) and with Harriet and her lovely horses.

4. Hydra Walking Tours

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Hydra Walking Tours

Hydra Walking Tours

5. Spetses Cruising

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Spetses Cruising

We are sure to enhance your Greek experience, with short or longer sea excursions on a luxurious top-quality boat and exclusive water limousine services, savouring homemade delicacies, serviced by a friendly crew that will extend your comfort and heighten your delectation.

6. Moto Stelios

Poros Beach Across from the Kritikos Supermarket in central Askeli, 180 20 Greece +30 2298 023026 [email protected] http://www.motostelios.gr/index.php
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Moto Stelios

We are a family run business since 1974 renting mopeds (scooters), Quad bikes (ATV's), mountain bikes, trekking bikes, city bikes and also electric e-bikes. We have 3 offices in Poros, the main one being in the resort of Askeli and also 2 offices in Poros Town near the cinema and the other new shop being near the Musuem.

Reviewed By Tue_Johansson

Tony is a great guy and we had a lot og fun driving round Poros on his scooters. New and clean bikes that felt safe to drive. Lots of secluded beaches and bays to discover via a scooter.

7. Gregs Spetses Horses

Zastano 3,5km From Paradise Beach Greece +30 694 279 2460 [email protected] http://www.gregsspetseshorses.com
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Gregs Spetses Horses

Do something different while visiting Spetses! Try horse trekking to see the island’s countryside and enjoy the panoramic views of the sparkling sea from above. We have six great treks for you to choose from. For those who love horse riding we offer riding lessons in our outdoors arena next to the view of the sea and Spetspoula island. We have private lessons and group lessons if you want to come up with friends. We also provide our horses for photoshoots for any special occasion.

Reviewed By Climber61281111374 - Aurach bei Kitzbuehel, Austria

A must do when on spetses. Greg is very talented and knowledgable and has very nice stables and lovely horses for trekking on the beautiful spetses trails . He also provides lessons . His horses are well trained and in perfect condition . He is a true horse and nature lover . Please go even if you have no experience with horses . Greg will still make your ride pleasant and interesting

8. Go Kayak Greece

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Go Kayak Greece

Go kayak Greece offers sea kayak tours and coaching on the islands of Agistri, Aegina and beyond. From Day trips to sunset tours, multi day holidays to wilderness kayak expeditions, we cater to almost all ages and experience level. We offer tours in single and tandem kayaks, and can offer both sit inside and sit on top kayaks. As a British Canoeing training centre we are able to provide world class coaching, from paddle power discover days to the full multi day "Sea kayak Award".

9. Temple of Aphaia

Greece +30 2297 032398 http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/2/eh251.jsp?obj_id=535
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Temple of Aphaia

Reviewed By saronic - Zurich, Switzerland

For anybody with some cultural interest a visit to the Aphaia temple is a must, when on Aegina. Located in a quiet area, on a 160m high hill, surrounded by pine forests, the site can be reached by public transport, since most buses between Aegina town and the tourist resort of Agia Marina stop by here. We had arrived from Aegina town a bit too early, since the sanctuary only opens at 10am (and closes at 5.30pm). Entrance fee is 6€, but our student grandchildren were free, while my wife and me as seniors just paid half price. When there early July we had the place to ourselves, a great relief in comparison to a visit at Athens acropolis. The temple, somewhat forgotten over the centuries, is one of the best preserved monuments of antiquity in Greece. It is a peripteros (a temple surrounded by columns) in the Doric style, a few years older than the Parthenon on Athens acropolis. While the latter is considered a masterpiece of the classical period, the temple of Aphaia still belongs to the Late Archaic period. This can best be judged from the sculptures of the two pediments, which are exhibited now at the Glyptothek in Munich, the famous 'Aeginetes', once bought by Ludwig I of Bavaria. Strange is also the name of 'Aphaia', a local goddess, not encountered anywhere else in Greece. From the sanctuary we walked via the monastery of Agios Minas down to the beach at Agia Marina. It is not a walk that can be recommended anymore, nor is the direct path, since the area has been built up with many roads and houses.

10. Bouboulina's Museum

50 Spetses 180, 180 50 Greece +30 2298 072077 [email protected] http://www.bouboulinamuseum-spetses.gr/English/Museum_Bouboulina.htm
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Bouboulina's Museum

Due to current Coronovirus restrictions we are sadly unable to offer our usual guided tours - instead visitors are given leaflets (English or Greek) with detailed information regarding the exhibits. Staff are of course available to answer any questions you may have. The number of people allowed in the Museum at any given time has been reduced in order to comply with the social distancing measures. We will resume our guided tours as soon as the restrictions are lifted. Bouboulina’s Museum is family-owned and since opening in 1991 has been visited by over 500,000 people, who have been moved by the fascinating story of this heroine of the Greek War of Independence. .**Also available are leaflets with Bouboulina's story only , in Czech, Danish, Dutch, Estonian, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

Reviewed By Costas_Aquarius - Greece, null

Bouboulina's Home. A fantastic place. Very informative, very touching. True Greek History, bravery, inspiration for all.

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