This impressive tower on Aegina is named after Spyridon Markellos, fighter of the Revolution of 1821.
02/11/2017

The Tower of Markellos

This impressive tower on Aegina is named after Spyridon Markellos, fighter of the Revolution of 1821.
02/11/2017

The Orphanage

Dating from 1828, the orphanage's planning and construction was undertaken by Th. Vallianos.
02/11/2017

The Governor’s Mansion

This two-storey stone building was home to the first Governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias.
02/11/2017

Souvala Spa Springs

Previously called Therma, Souvala’s warm sulphuric waters are well known for their healing properties.
02/11/2017

Mt. Ellanion, Temple of Zeus

The view from the site is exquisite, with the beaches, the town of Aegina and the islet of Agistri spread out below.
01/11/2017

Kapodestrian Library

The Public Library of Aegina is a single-story, stone building adjacent to the Governor's House.
31/10/2017

Eynardeion School

Next to the Aegina Cathedral is the Eynardeion School, an elegant neoclassical building built in 1830.
31/10/2017
EKPAZ

EKPAZ

The Hellenic Wildlife Hospital (EKPAZ) is located in the Metochi area, 10 km from the city of Aegina, beyond Pachia Rahi.
24/10/2017

St. Nicholas the Sailor

Fittingly, visitors catch their first glimpse of this beautiful white church dedicated to Saint Nicholas the Sailor while approaching the port of Aegina by boat.