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To get the best experience in Aegina you need to book one of our local friendly tour guides. Who will be able to show you around, make you feel like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites or visit places off the beaten track and discover new experiences, then our Guides4me guide is there to make it happen.


aegina tour guideSandy is 50 years old, LGBT friendly and speaks Greek and English.

She loves living on a small beautiful island and is passionate about swimming, hiking and spending time with her friends. Sandy has been a tour guide since 2013. Previously she had her own very busy, successful taverna. Sandy is an animal lover and has a small animal rescue sanctuary. She has rescued and rehomed many cats and dogs over the years.

She has taken many guests walking on footpaths that aren’t easy to find. To ancient olive groves, where some of the trees are over 1000 years old. Going for walks to explore 400 year old abandoned villages hidden in the forest. Sandy has taken travellers olive picking during November. This is where they get to have the whole olive picking experience. This includes taking the olives to the olive press afterwards and getting some freshly pressed oil. In addition to this, she knows the best tavernas on the island.  When you book Sandy, it will be a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime. She will look after you and by the end of the trip you’ve made a new best friend.

Total cost for the guide services of Sandy for one day (8 hours) = a booking fee of 33 Euro via Paypal, debit / credit cards, bank transfer or Crypto Currency plus 100 Euro in cash to Sandy after her services. This makes a total of 133 Euro.

This excludes any transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs. Sandy does drive and has her own car, if you wish her to use her car then please add on 50 Euro per 8 hours including fuel.

“Wow what can we say about Sandy, she listened to what our interests were and created a tour that included olive groves and visiting orchards. This was right up our street. Not just that, but she knows the best places to eat out, away from other tourists, we would have never found any of this, without her. She was a brilliant guide, she’s very friendly and so easy to get along with, highly recommended” – Julie & David, UK.

Our other destination in Greece is Athens.

Aegina is a picturesque Greek island nestled in the Saronic Gulf, known for its stunning landscapes, ancient ruins, and crystal-clear waters. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach holiday or a cultural adventure, Aegina has something for everyone. There are plenty of exciting things to look forward to. Here are some of the highlights that you won’t want to miss.

One of the most prominent tourist attractions in Aegina is the Temple of Aphaia, an ancient Greek temple located on a hilltop that offers breathtaking views of the island. Another popular attraction is the Monastery of Saint Nectarios, a beautiful monastery dedicated to Saint Nectarios, a popular saint in Greece.

The Agios Nektarios Church is another must-see, featuring beautiful mosaics and frescoes. For history buffs, the Aegina Archaeological Museum showcases the island’s rich history and artifacts.

Mount Oros is a mountain that offers breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and the surrounding islands. Aegina is famous for its pistachios, and a visit to one of the many pistachio groves is a must-see.

The island is also home to numerous beaches, each with its own unique charm and character. Aegina Town, the island’s main town, is a charming place to explore with narrow streets and traditional buildings. The Folklore Museum is dedicated to the island’s folklore and traditions. Aegina hosts several festivals throughout the year, including the Pistachio Festival and the Feast of Saint Nectarios, where you can immerse yourself in the island’s culture.

Explore the crystal-clear waters around the island with snorkeling or scuba diving and discover the rich marine life. Take a boat trip around the island to discover its hidden gems or explore the island’s beautiful countryside on horseback. Further, Aegina is known for its fresh seafood, with many restaurants serving up delicious dishes. Be sure to try the souvlaki, a popular Greek dish that can be found all over the island. For those looking for a lively evening, Aegina has a vibrant nightlife scene, with several bars and clubs to choose from.

Guides4me tour guides are available to help you make the most of your trip to Aegina. With their expert knowledge and insider tips, they can ensure that you have a truly unforgettable experience. Book a tour with Guides4me and let us take care of you during your visit to Aegina. Whether you want to explore the island’s history, indulge in delicious cuisine or relax on the beach, Aegina is the perfect destination for your next vacation.

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To get from Athens to Aegina is by ferry. The port of Piraeus is located just 12 km south of the centre of Athens The sea crossing between Piraeus and Aegina is operated by Anes Ferries, Blue Star Ferries and Saronic Ferries which together provide 113 weekly sailings with travel times between 40 mins and 1 hr 15 mins.