Agistri, also Angistri or Agkistri (Greek: Αγκίστρι [aɲˈɟistɾi ~ aˈɟistɾi], English: "fishing hook"), is a small island and municipality in the Saronic Gulf in the Islands regional unit, Greece.
Restaurants in Angistri
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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.
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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".
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The best thing to do on Angistri (Hook) Island during the warmer months is to go for a swim to Aponisos in the southwest. We had come from Aegina by Flying Dolphin and then took a small, incredibly crowded bus - like something out of India - to here for 2€ one way per person. Thus the start was quite a nightmare. Once at Aponisos we walked over a small bridge to the small private island of that name, and then up to the ticket office and café. Entrance is 5€ per person and includes a free soft drink or a 'granita'. With it one has free use of sunbeds and umbrellas, only a shower costs a separate 0.50€. There are sunbeds and umbrellas on both sides of Aponisos island. The more open side on the southwest faces uninhabited Doroussa island and way back the peninsula of Methana. On this bay, but outside Aponisos, is a fish tavern. More special is the cove to the northeast, whch thanks to white sand at the bottom, has fantastic turquoise colours. If one associates a beach with sand or pebbles, nothing is to be found here. It is rocks all over the places and with plenty of sea urchins sticking onto them, so the only approach into the water is on ladders or steps. We spent a relaxing time here and our two Californian grandchildren hardly ever came out of the water. Luckily it was not so bad anymore to travel back by bus to the Flying Dolphin pier outside Skala.
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