Apart from the magnificent beaches with crystal clear waters, picturesque alleys and local cuisine, Argosaronic is ideal for architecture lovers and history scholars. So let's take a look at its architecture.
You may not know exactly what island hopping is. It is a term that we find more and more often in tourist sites. It is a series of shorter trips with temporary stops from one island to another as part of the holidays, unlike a simple trip with a final destination of only one place. Island hopping offers variety, fast image switching and at the end a huge package of memories from your nearby excursions or your regular vacation.
Many flagship films of the golden age of Greek cinema were filmed in the islands of the Argosaronic Gulft and are being screened to this day. Let's remember and get nostalgic! Like old Greek cinema... in the Argosaronic!
The first days of spring were unprecedented for all of us due to the spread of the corona-virus. But now, in the post-quarantine era and while summer has arrived, there are many things we were looking forward to do.
The Saronic Sea and the coasts of the Argosaronic Islands are famous for their scenic beauty, while they are just a stone's throw from Athens. However, they also hide some... dark spots. No one can imagine that there are 54 shipwrecks scattered at the bottom of the Argosaronic Sea, which have been the subject of divers' research.
The islands of Argosaronikos are full of monuments and archaeological sites. Places and exhibits worth seeing. Whether you are a history lover or not. Here are some of the choices you have for each island. In addition we provide you with information on the museums of the Argosaronic Gulf.