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AGISTRI is the least known of the Saronic Islands yet it lies just one hour from the Athens' port of Piraeus. The island plays host to only those fortunate few who have made Agistri their personal retreat. It is small densely forested and home to fewer than 1,000 people.
Few vehicles travel the ten kilometers of road that connects its three main villages, Skala, Milos and the agricultural village of Limenaria, you will discover waterfront tavernas, open-air bars and the beach umbrellas which shade the golden sands.
Due to its size and tranquility, Agistri island is sometimes described as the best kept secret of the Saronic Gulf. The island is an ideal resort for those who are looking for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in a friendly environment
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