Aegina is an island in the Saronic Gulf. It is the second largest in the area, population, and development.
From Aegina, southwest, the coastal road starts going south, 9 km from the port of Aegina. Leading to the traditional fishing village of Perdika,
The main feature of the village is the small cottage houses -each one with its own back-yard which helps them to connect with each other.
In the cape of Perdika, there is the Church of St. Sostis celebrated on 7 September.
In spring the hills are flooded with wildflowers with thousands of colors and scents.
In summer, everything changes. Clear blue sea, swimming, beach games, fishing, and boating.
Near Perdika there is a small mountain village named Sfendouri, and the clean, wonderful beaches, Klima and Sarpa.
The nightlife is also very vivid: beach bars, restaurants, dancing mini-clubs welcome the visitor, offering many choices.
The island of Moni is the opposite of Perdika, 8 minutes by boat. There are no inhabitants, but only deer, wild goats, and peacocks that come close to you, in order to feed them.
The beaches have deep, clear waters, suitable for underwater fishing. It's full of pine trees and it has a nice sandy beach as well as other places where you can go swimming, fishing, on a picnic and also hiking through the island.
There are snack-bars, electricity and a phone. From Easter until September, there is regular transportationfrom the port in Perdika.