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How to reach us

From the port of Aegina turn right and follow the beach road that leads to the south part of the island passing the beaches of Marathonas and Aeginitissa. After 9km you will reach the beautiful fish village of Perdika. After the sign of ¨Welcome to Perdika¨on the crossroad to Sfentouri you turn right for 500m and when you reach the school entrance you turn right again.
Perdika

Perdika is built around the small port. The beach, on the left side of the village, can be rocky, but the water is so clean that you can see the bottom of the sea.

You can chill out under the shadow of the trees and later visit the traditional restaurants and taverns of the area which are ready to serve you fresh fish enjoying the sunset.

Food and Drinks

At the picturesque port of Perdika (5 min on foot from Perdika Mare) you may find many taverns which offer fresh fish and sea food but many cafe-bars which stay open till late at night especially the summer season.
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Beaches

There is a small sandy beach with some sunbeds and umbrellas on the left side of the port of Perdika and on the right side on the way to Agios Sozon church there is a rocky beach with crystal clear water. The closest beaches to Perdika are Sarpas (2km), Klima-Klidi (4km), Aeginitissa (2km) and the small island of Moni.
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Moni Island

You can explore this uninhabited small island , enjoy the nature, watch the animals and take a swim in the crystal clear sea waters.In the summer time the beach is organised with sunbeds, umbrella’s and restaurant. The return ticket for the trip costs 5 euros per person, which you have to pay on the way back.
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Agios Sozon
The biggest festival in the village takes place on September 7 each year in honour of the church of Agios Sozon. The original church, built in 1904, was destroyed in 1943. The foundations of the present church were laid after the war in 1947. The festivities start in the evening of the 6th when the tiny streets are packed with market stalls.