Agistri island views

Agistri is a small beautiful Greek island covered with pine trees and surrounded by blue crystal clear waters in the Saronic Gulf, just one hour from Athens. Agistri is roughly 14 sq. km and due to its size and tranquility it is sometimes described as the best kept secret of the Saronic Gulf, that makes it an ideal resort for those who are looking for a peaceful, quiet and relaxing holiday.

There are three main villages, Skala, Milos, and the agricultural village of Limenaria. Agistri offers a variety of sandy and pebble beaches. On top of that, Agistri island offers hiking and mountain biking experiences through the trails in the forest, where one can enjoy the spectacular view of the Saronic Gulf and visit hidden beaches.

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In Skala, the imposing church of Agioi Anargyroi dominates, with its blue dome. (celebrates July 1).
Zoodochos Pigi, is the Diocese of the island, is located in Megalochori and it is worth visiting for the remarkable frescoes that exist in it. (celebrates Easter Friday and becomes a festival).
Above Megalochori, in a pine forest, are the churches of Agios Pantos and Agios Theodoros.
Our Lady in Metochi will compensate you from her view. You can visit it by hiking.
(celebrates on August 15).Two more churches you should visit are the Church of Agia Kyriaki, located in Limenaria and Agios Nikolaos.