Top 10 Things to do for Honeymoon in Saronic Gulf Islands, Attica

May 20, 2022 Tonie Szymanski

Discover the best top things to do in Saronic Gulf Islands, Greece including Interdive, Kaiki Elpis, Spetses Cruising, Harriets Hydra Horses, Go Kayak Greece, Argyris Horses, Temple of Aphaia, Moni Island Beach, Clock Tower, Aegina Waterfront.
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. Spetses Cruising

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5.0 based on 33 reviews

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.

4. Harriets Hydra Horses

Hydra Town 18040 Greece +30 698 032 3347 [email protected] http://www.harrietshydrahorses.com
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5.0 based on 297 reviews

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.

5. Go Kayak Greece

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5.0 based on 181 reviews

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".

6. Argyris Horses

Hydra island 180 40 Hydra Port, 180 40 Greece +30 693 238 6820 [email protected] http://www.hydra-horses.com
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5.0 based on 22 reviews

Argyris Horses

Discover Hydra's beautiful neighborhoods, villages, mountains, and coasts with Argyris’ horses, an eco-friendly alternative for touring the island.

Reviewed By cindypj

My son daughter and I had visited the island of Hydra on Christmas Day! Argyris and Christina had kindly given us a ride up to a church, with a beautiful overlook of the water and the town below. The horses where lovable and well loved by Argyris and Christina was so charming and knowledgeable about the island, we enjoyed her stories immensely. They provided water and gave us chocolates at the end of the ride! Not only was it a highlight of our vacation but we were so happy to enjoy Christmas morning with them, and appreciate the time they took from their holiday to give us a trek. I HIGHLY recommend booking a trek with Argyris and Christina, and will do again if we ever get back!

7. Temple of Aphaia

Greece +30 2297 032398 http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/2/eh251.jsp?obj_id=535
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4.5 based on 974 reviews

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.

8. Moni Island Beach

Greece
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4.5 based on 282 reviews

Moni Island Beach

Reviewed By 441anetaf - Peterborough, United Kingdom

And peacocks, and deer and clear water and so much to exploring around island and sooo amazing pine smell !! Moni is must-see island. We went there end of September, there was one boat sailing on request and very little people on the beach. Can't imagine how crowded could be if not Covid and out of season!

9. Clock Tower

180 20 Greece
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4.5 based on 207 reviews

Clock Tower

Reviewed By sophiekY7637WE

The view from up there is amazing, especially at sunset, you are able to see mainland Greece as well as Poros and it's harbours from this point. Not too easy to find and the clock tower is currently under construction/ has green netting over it. Would recommend!

10. Aegina Waterfront

Aegina Town Greece
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4.5 based on 114 reviews

Aegina Waterfront

Reviewed By 337Steve - Derby, United Kingdom

Fabulous ...lots of lovely restaurants especially those on the sea front great place to visit only an hour from Athens nice clean shops just behind the front restaurants Definitely visi this great place lovely people and great weather strongly recommended

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