Agistri Island is the place of the unexpected, a small piece of land hiding surprises
and chances to experience extraordinary moments. It has four villages and its name
is connected to nature and the opportunities that are given to someone to enjoy it.
It’s considered to be a small island, which, due to its isolation, maintains its
character, refusing to follow other Greek islands’ touristic progress. Here you can
enjoy endless hours of walking, read a book under a pine-
Port of Agistri
The island’s new port was built on 2006 and it’s located in Megalohori Village, splitting the increased summer traffic with Scala Port. Agistri is coastally connected to Piraeus Port by ferries, a 2 hours long voyage, and by flying dolphins, a voyage that lasts 1 hour. You can book your ferry tickets online via aktoploika.gr for a journey more comfortable and carefree. Extra routes are added during summer from and to Argosaronikos’ Gulf other islands.
Connection With Other Islands
Agistri has a ferry connection with the following ports: Piraeus, Aegina.
You can now book ferry tickets online for Agistri via Aktoploika.gr. If you plan
to travel during July and August, it’s best if you have booked several days or weeks
earlier to avoid hitches. You should also know that round-
Transportation options are few in Agistri, transfusing a sense of adventure in your vacation. There are local buses, but routes are irregular and don’t follow always the time-
The island’s name during Ancient Times was “Kekrifalia”, which means “embellished
head”. That surely disposes someone what to expect: coasts spread like pieces of
lace, clear blue and green water, dense vegetation and the sense of isolation from
civilization. In Agistri you can feel like a bohemian artist or live Robinson Crusoe’s
myth. There many places for free camping, there is a lake, where you can ride a horse
and many hidden or obvious spots to relax. The island has a lot of beaches, considering
its size. The most popular one is located in Scala, by the port, the island’s most
organized, as well as Megalohori Beach. Halikiada and Skliri are two beaches that
border on the west coast. Dragonera Beach, surrounded by a pine-
Entertainment and nightlife varies, offering strong emotions, similar to those Cyclades’
cosmopolitan islands offer, as well as more discreet options. There are many pubs
Those who love walking will definitely be amazed by the island relief’s courses and they will discover small paradises, that can’t be noticed or reached, if you use a car. Just don’t forget to carry with you the necessary supplies for your walk, because Agistri Island has very few market places, all of them located in the four villages.
If you receive medication, make sure you’ll have the necessary quantity for as long as you plan to stay. There is only on pharmacy and one ATM in Agistri, both of them located in Scala Village.
Before you start walking, make sure you know the path’s condition. There are many slopes, which will discourage you to go on. Riding a scooter is an excellent option, if you wish to get on the top of a hill.
Halikiada Beach is very popular to nudists and inaccessible. You’ll face difficulties in arriving and leaving it, so if you have kids, maybe this isn’t the best option for swimming.
We wish you the time of your life in beautiful Agistri Island!!!
Ferry tickets and offers to Agistri
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