Ferry tickets and schedules from Athens (Piraeus) to Aegina
Aegina is a beautiful island located in the Saronic Gulf, really close to Athens. Aegina is linked with Athens and Piraeus with frequent ferry schedules, either with highspeed or regular ferries. The ferry tickets to Aegina are quite cheap and the daily ferry itineraries between Piraeus and Aegina are quite frequent, especially during high season. The ferry trip duration between Piraeus and Agistri is 40 mins with flying dolphins or 1 hour and 10 minutes with regular ferries. The ferry companies that operate on this route are Saronic Ferries, Hellenic Seaways, ANES Ferries and Aegean Flying Dolphins.
These are the main reasons that Aegina is one of the favorite islands of Athens citizens for weekend excursions during summer. If you plan to travel to Aegina during these months, take care of booking your stay and your ferry tickets (especially car tickets) in advance!
Ferry from Aegina to Agistri and Poros
Aegina is also connected to Agistri, Poros, and Methana. The connections between Aegina and Agistri are really frequent, with several ferries per day. The route between Aegina, Poros and Methana is served by one ferry per day. For more updated info and details on the prices, you may search in our booking engine.
A few words about Aegina
Aegina is a beautiful island in the Saronic Gulf. The city of Aegina is the capital of the island and is located on the west side. It's amphitheatrical position, provides a great view from various spots around the city. In Aegina, one may find many beaches with turquoise waters that meet the expectations of all different visitor categories. Agia Marina, Aegina, Marathon, Partridge, the Bay, the Abbey, are some of the island's beaches.
Not to miss: You should definitely pay a visit to the temple of the ancient goddess Athina, stroll around the beautiful alleys of the old city and enjoy coffee and lunch near the port!