Most beaches in Aegina are small but organized with tourist facilities. Souvala and Agia Marina are the most popular Aegina beaches, lined up with hotels, taverns and watersports centers. Along the coastline, there are other nice secluded coves and unorganized Aegina beaches to relax. You will find below a list with the best beaches in Aegina island. Source: www.greeka.com
Exploring Aegina Island
According to Greek mythology, the island’s name derives from the most beautiful of the twenty daughters of the river god named Asopos. There are ancient sites to see, pretty beaches to relax at, historic sights to snap shots of and local specialties to try. If you spend a day or even a weekend here you can fill your time happily by exploring all Aegina has to offer.
Get to know the real Aegina
Aegina town, the capital of the island, stands out for its well-preserved buildings. On the outskirts you can find charming little villages with distinctive traditional character, such as Kypseli, Agii and Vagia as well as organized tourist resorts like Agia Marina, Perdika, and Souvala. Aègina is also surrounded by many smaller islands that can be reached by boat from the port of Aegina.