The island is mostly frequented by Athenians due to its proximity from Athens.
You will love to walk and admire the neoclassical architecture of the old houses.
Three ports are open to charterers:
The port of Aegina, the main port, where you can enjoy fish and seafood at the Agora taverna in the alleyways behind the fish market.
In the small fishing port in Perdika, in the Southwest, you can find some beautiful protected bays, which allow the anchorage. Opposite of Perdika, the small island of Moni offers a special charm, with its creek and thick vegetation, populated by Kri Kri (wild goats), deers and peacocks. Avoid staying overnight, except in case of total calmness.
The small port (dock) of Agia Marina in the East, below the temple of Aphaia; Be careful with the anchorage, in case of swell, it can be a little uncomfortable.
The island itself, planted with pines and pistachio trees, is of major archeological interest, with its temple of Apollo and the sanctuary of Aphaia, which formed a sacred triangle with the temple of Poseidon at Sounio and the Parthenon.