The 6 Best Things to Do in Angistri, Greece

January 24, 2018 Hana Mouser

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

1. Go Kayak Greece

Skala 18010, Greece
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Go Kayak Greece

Reviewed By Beewan A - London, United Kingdom

We went on the sunset trip with Markus around Agistri to a secluded beach which you can only get to by water. Markus was an excellent guide and made sure everyone was safe. The whole family throughly enjoyed the experience. Kids raced each other in the kayaks and we got to see the sun setting across the water. I'd highly recommend Go Kayak on Agistri.

2. Aponisos Beach

Agistri island, Greece +30 2297 091666
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4.5 based on 270 reviews

Aponisos Beach

Reviewed By CyprusEffie - Larnaca, Cyprus

A private beach that offers a decent deal (5 euro for a sunbed, umbrella and coffee or a drink). Absolutely picturesque, tranquil - the best spot on the island.

The Port, Megalochori 180 10, Greece
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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.

Reviewed By KilburnGlobeTrotter

Whole day tour round the island of Agistri with Snorkelling / scuba diving (as you prefer), an exquisite BBQ lunch on a secluded islet near Aponisos before finishing up in Dragonera before coming back to Milos. Highly experienced and excellent diving instructor, Leonidas will be...MoreThank you very much for your comment!!! Hope and wish to see you both again!!!!

4. Dragonera Beach

Dragonera, 180 10, Greece
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Dragonera Beach

Reviewed By Fanis M - Athens, Greece

The sea is clean and enticing. However the beach is rocky (and with marbles) so you cannot actually stay or play anything. You have to either swim or stay on the sunbed. Not recommended for children.
The cantina offers a few things but at high prices.

5. Agistri Jamaica Water Taxi Tours

Megalochori 18010, Greece
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Agistri Jamaica Water Taxi Tours

Reviewed By Christos L

Excellent day out !! we stopped at lots of amazing spots for swimming and snorkelling around the Saronic ,Agistri, Aigina, Poros, Ydra, Epidauros, Vathy Moni island and Metopi and many more small inhabited Islands! not so touristy more greek and relaxing way of life style the boat was fast and pleasant to be on. It was foul of surprises snorkelling at a shipwreck and at an ancient city under the water, around volcanic Beaches with crystal clear water ! our lunches were taking place at fish tavernas by the seafront and that's why I really recommend this tour for all ages as u can also arrange how to spent your day on Jamaica water taxi. Ps: it also has a puddle board witch is lots of fun !!!

6. Chalkiada Beach

Skala, Greece
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Chalkiada Beach

Reviewed By Kate B

Great beach. Access hidden.
There are two ways down. One jumping from a rock down to a path. Two around the coast. Wet shoes are recommended as part of the path is the sea covering flat rocks.
Watch out for sea urchins!
It is known as a nude beach but you can of course swim with your kit on. Nice to have the freedom though.
Campers do use it and this is a legal but they cause no harm.
Just respect them.

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