Hiking Routes in Salamina
Agios Nikolaos Monastery Salamina

A tour around Salamina

Hiking Routes in Salamina
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Ancient Salamis

Described in detail by the Roman traveller Pausanias, the ancient city and harbour of Salamis left behind significant remnants.
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The Tomb of the Salamina Fighters

This site overlooks the sea where the famous naval battle of Salamis took place in 480 BC.
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The Grave of Karaiskakis

Built in 1806, the Church of Agios Dimitrios is almost identical to the Faneromeni Monastery.
Cave, Euripides

The Cave of Euripides

Located near the village of Peristeria on Salamis island, the entrance to the Cave of Euripides is perched 120 metres above the sea.
Panagia Faneromeni Monastery Salamina

Panagia Faneromeni Monastery

The Panagia Faneromeni Monastery, named for its location in a pine grove in Faneromeni, stands opposite the narrowest point of the Megarida Gulf.
Agios Nikolaos Monastery Salamina

Agios Nikolaos Lemonion Monastery

Built on the pine-covered slopes of Mount Stavros in Salamina, the Monastery of St. Nikolaos Lemonion stands next to a small, 10th-century church
Limnionas, beach, Salamina


A small idyllic bay, this beach is covered with pebbles, but slopes into a sandy bottom.
Saterli, beach


A small beach with dark pebbles and a scenic waterfront tavern for ouzo and seafood.