Peloponnese

The Peloponnese is a large peninsula and region in southern Greece, forming the part of the country south ...

Saronic Gulf

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The Saronic Gulf or Gulf of Aegina forms part of the Aegean Sea and defines the eastern side of the isthmus of Corinth. It is the eastern terminus of the Corinth Canal, which cuts across the isthmus. Islands that are lined in the middle of the Gulf are Aegina, Salamis, and Poros along with smaller islands of Patroklou and Vleves. The port of Piraeus, also Athens' port is lying on the northeastern edge of the gulf. Ellinikon International Airport, used to stood is also in the northeast. Beaches are lined up to much of its coast from Poros to Epidaurus, Galataki to Kineta and from Megara to Eleusis and from Piraeus down to Anavyssos. Athens' urban area surrounds the northern and the eastern coasts of this gulf.

Aegina Island

Aegina is a pine covered island with beautiful beaches, picturesque villages, very important historical monuments and modern tourist facilities. Aegina has also a lovely capital full of fine neoclassical buildings and narrow alleys where one can enjoy fresh fish and excellent appetizers in the taverns of the fish market, in the heart of the town...  

Hydra island

Hydra is a beautiful island lying in the archipelago called the Argo-Saronic. It is situated in the Greek Islands called Saronic and lies between the islands of Poros and Spetses, near the coast of the eastern foot of the Peloponnese. Hydra is an island with an immense natural preserved beauty and historical significance…  

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