Sail-Pilot is the first mobile Greek Waters Pilot, containing the official information of the Pilot volumes (Ploigos in Greek), published by the Hellenic Navy Hydrographic Service.
The app concerns all sailing enthusiasts and yachting professionals looking for navigation instructions for safe Sailing in Greece, in addition to nautical charts.
Sail-Pilot includes information about navigational points of interest and instructions for departure and arrival to ports and all other marine shelters such as marinas, small harbors, gulfs, bays and coves.
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.
Aeginitissa is 2 kilometers from Perdika and it has a fully-organised beach with snack-bars, umbrellas for the sun, music and rackets. Its rich vegetation goes all the way up and the blue crystal water of the sea is impressive.
This small beach situated at the north side of Aegina town, before the Kolona archaeological site and the archaeological museum. Next to the beach there is a row of tavernas that offer tables with the view on the sea, for moderate price.
The Sandy pebbled Beach of Klima is located on the south side of the island, next to the bay of Klidi. During the week, it is a quiet beach but during the weekends it can be quite busy as the bay is a popular anchor bay.
At Skala, with its imposing, white-washed Church of Agioi Anargyroi, there is a large sandy beach, with golden sand and crystal clea, shallow waters. Most people gather at its beach with various amenities and facilities, just 100m.
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 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.