Aegina is an island in the Saronic Gulf.
Today it is the second-largest island in terms of area, population, and development.
From Aegina, southwest, begins the coastal road that continues south, 9 km from the port of Aegina and it ends in the traditional fishing village of Perdika.
The main feature of the settlement is the small houses with the yards to communicate with each other.
At the cape of Perdika, there is the Church of Agios Sostis which celebrates its saint on September 7th. Then there is a big festival.
In the spring the hills are flooded with wildflowers of thousands of colors and smells.
In the summer, everything changes. The crystal clear blue sea, swimming, beach games, fishing, and boating.
Very close to the fishing village there is the small mountain village of Sfentouri, and the picturesque sand Beaches, Klima and Sarpa.
The island of Moni is located opposite Perdika, just 8 minutes away by boat.
From the port of Perdika, from Easter until the end of September, there are regular sea connections that pass opposite us, to the island of Moni which is 3 miles from Perdika.
The Monι is a beautiful island with rich vegetation and without human inhabitants, it is home to only deers, small horses, ibex, peacocks, pheasants and friendly squirrels who come to you hoping to be fed.
Its beaches have deep clear waters suitable for underwater fishing on one side of the island while on the other side there is a wonderfully organized sandy beach with clear blue waters together with many smaller places for swimming and fishing.
On the organized beach of the Monι, there are snack bars, electricity, and telephone. In the canteens, you will find coffee, soft drinks, and ouzo with meze.
The nightlife of the resort is also very lively: On the beach there are taverns famous for their fresh fish and seafood,ouzo, bars, and cafes, welcoming the visitor, offering many options for snacks, drinks and music.