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Vagia Beach

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Beach

East from Souvala, the coastal road continues and after about 4 kilometers, it reaches Vagia which is a small picturesque tourist resort. The village is much smaller than Souvala and it has a s mall picturesque harbour.

Agia Marina Beach

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Beach

Agia Marina is a well known and a favorite summer destination for Greek and foreign tourists. It has a big sandy beach, well organized with water sports available and the waters are not very deep.

Portes Beach

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Beach

Portes is a remote fishing village with a few houses and a very picturesque tavern. It has a beautiful pebbly beach and a small picturesque harbour for the boats in the area.

Saint Nektarios at Aegina

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Church

Saint Nektarios (1846–1920) Metropolitan of Pentapolis and Wonderworker of Aegina, was officially recognised as a Saint by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople in 1961. His Feast Day is celebrated every year on 9 November.

The Temple of Aphaia

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Monument

The Temple of Aphaia is considered to be one of the architectural wonders of ancient Greece. The architecture of the temple is in the Doric style but an influence of the Ionic culture is prominently seen as well.

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