Your dream Aegina holiday

A beautiful island experience with Love My Greece

Greek island holidays start on Aegina

Aegina is an island of stunning scenery, beautiful architecture, rich history, incredible food and the warmest people you’ll ever meet. Not only all that, Aegina also has clear, inviting waters surrounding it – perfect for swimming, paddling or gazing at during sunrise or sunset.

Your boat journey to the island from the Port of Athens takes between 40 and 80 minutes, and is a great start to your holiday. When you arrive in Aegina, you’ll step into a bustling port with yachts, boats, romantic streets and fabulous restaurants. With the expert advice of your tour guide Sue MacDougall, you’ll get to experience Aegina in a way that other visitors don’t. And you’ll also get the best advice on the day tours you can take off the island, and where to go before and after Aegina if you’re planning to see more of Greece and Europe.

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About Sue – your Aegina expert

Sue MacDougall is an esteemed New Zealand artist who lived on Aegina for over a decade, having instantly found herself attracted to the colours of the island and the calming nature of the local population.

She returned to New Zealand in 2017 and is now delighted to be introducing people in her home country and beyond to the beauty of Aegina. Sue speaks fluent Greek and knows all the very best parts of Aegina, from the most peaceful places to relax, to the restaurants with the finest local food, to the views you’ll want to paint. She can’t wait to show you Aegina and experience the Greek island holiday you’ll never forget.

Aegina, through the eyes of artist Sue MacDougall

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You could swim in the clear waters off the Aegina coast, or paddle in the warmth, or just soak up the serenity. And then return to the art studio and paint, clear headed and inspired. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you experience the true Greece.
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