Map of the Saronic islands

Close to Athens and yet so exotic, the Saronic Islands allow you to taste the essence of island life for a weekend or a few days. The main inhabited islands of this group are Salamis, Aegina, Agistri and Poros in the heart of the Saronic Gulf, to which Hydra and Spetses are attached, lying off the northeastern tip of the Peloponnese.

These islands share a common sweetness of life: beautiful villages with white houses and cobbled streets, small ports set on small turquoise blue coves, abundant vegetation and hiking trails that will make you discover unsuspected landscapes. However, each of the Saronic Islands has retained its own character, atmosphere and culture.

Salamis rich in mythological and historical traditions not far from Athens. Aegina, the island of pistachios ideal for family holidays. Agistri, a small island less popular but which remains a real gem to explore. Poros, a cosmopolitan island of unique beauty ideal for sailing. Hydra, jewel of the Gulf, the island of artists and shipowners with refined houses whose jet-set reputation rivals Mykonos. Spets├Ęs is an inviting island with the scent of pines and secret coves.