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Marmarinos Hotel is located very close to Aegina's cosmopolitan beach, where you can find all sorts of shops and all the entertainment places.

On the beach there is the bus and taxi base for those who want to organize day trips to the beaches and various areas of Aegina island.

All rooms have a fridge, a bathroom with a shower, air-conditioning, flat-screen TV and telephone. The hotel has parking place and free wireless internet in all the areas and rooms.

RATES

Our rates depend on the period of accommodation and the days of stay.

For more information, please contact us.

We will be glad to be of service.


MARMARINOS HOTEL, L. Lada 24, Aegina island
Tel.: (+30) 22970 - 23510, 22474 / Fax.: (+30) 22970 - 22474
E-mail: marmarinos@aegina.com.gr

ACTIVITIES IN AEGINA ISLAND

Aegina offers you great activities to keep your holidays unforgettable.

THE ANTIQUITIES OF THE AEGINA

You can visit the archaeological site of Colona, which was the Acropolis of Aegina in the ancient times. The Temple of Apollo, located at the top of Colona Hill. The Temple of Aphaia, a Doric temple built from local limestone. The Temple of Elanios Zeus, located at the top of Mount Elanio.

THE MONASTERIES OF AEGINA

You can visit the women's Monastery of Saint Nektarios, the women's Monastery of Saint Aikaterini, which is next to the Monastery of Saint Nektarios, the women's Monastery of Panagia Chrysoleonitsa, the Church of Saints Theodoroi, the Church of Faneromeni and about 35 Churches in Paleochora.

SIGHTSEEING OF aEGINA

In the city of Aegina you can visit the Tower of Markellos, which housed the first Greek anti-governmental committee from 1826-1828, the Metropolitan Cathedral of Aegina, the Eunardios School of Teaching, the Government House, the Municipal Library of Aegina and the Orphanage of Aegina

THE BEACHES OF AEGINA

You can swim in the two beaches of Aegina, at Souvala beach, at Vagia beach, at Agia Marina beach, at Portes Beach, at Marathonas Beach, at Aeginatissa beach, at Perdika beach and also at the beautiful waters of the island of Moni, which has only deers, small horses, wild boar, peacocks, pheasants and squirrels.