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The route connecting Aegina and Agistri is operated by Aegean Flying Dolphins only who offer 38 weekly connections with traveling times not exceeding 10 min (all day departures). There is a fast transfer hydrofoil service on this crossing. Travelling by hydrofoil allows you to reach your destination in a much shorter time. Cabin crews will cater to your requests to ensure a comfortable crossing.
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AEGINA MYLI (AGISTRI) offers
Discounts for children under 10
Children between the ages of 5 and 10 are eligible for a 50% discount, including fees.
Children under 5 travel free
Children from 0 to 5 years of age travel free but will not be designated an individual seat or accommodation.
Port of AEGINA
The port of Aegina is located in the capital of the island and tourists can find bars, restaurants, small shops, taverns and cafes around the port. All the beaches and villages of the island are connected by local buses, which depart and arrive right in front of the port ticket office. There are regular connections with Piraeus from Aegina and the duration of the crossing is about 1 hour. The port also provides connections to other islands in the Saronic Gulf. ... [More information]
Address: Leof. Dimokratias, Aegina 180 10, Greece
Directions: Google Map @ Aegina, port
Guide of MYLI (AGISTRI)
Myli (Agistri) Megalochori, also known as Myli, is the main village on the Saronic island of Agistri. The island is not far from the other island of Aegina and the mainland city of Athens; it takes just 55 minutes from Piraeus by ferry. The port of Myli or Megalochori provides daily hydrofoil connections to Piraeus. Skala is another important port on the island, where passenger ferries able to carry vehicles arrive. A brief history of the island Inhabited for about 2,500 years, Agistri is named in some ancient classical texts, for example, Homer's Iliad. The book mentions Agistri's contributio... [More information]
38 weekly sailings - Duration: 10 minutes
Ship: F/D ATHINA