Beginning the legendary journey to the seas of history, Salamina holds a prominent position. There in 480 BC under the command of Athenian general Themistocles, took place the Battle of Salamis. The Greek fleet stopped the Persian expansive entrance to the continental continent, giving rise to the development of Ancient Greece and Western civilization. Salamina is the ancient Koulouri, the birthplace of the tragic poet of antiquity Euripides and the great contemporary poet A. Sikelianos. The nearest island of Athens is an easily accessible destination, with tranquil plains, scenic coves and good food at the seaside taverns.
Next to it is a bright diamond, Aegina, where the famous temple of Aphaia Athena (590-600 BC) emerge. and thus completes the ancient energy triangle between the Parthenon Temple and Sounio. Today the attraction of Orthodox Christians and patron saints of the island is the Church of St. Nectariou with its miraculous image.
On the contrary, just 3.5 km away, the small, green Agistri, 11.7 sq. Km, with Skala as its natural harbor, a tourist destination with well-hidden coasts, only visible by boat.
In Poros, which is not one but two islands separated by a small canal. It is the ancient Spheres and Kalavria where you can also find the Temple of Poseidon. An amazing harbor, an island with calm shores. The first Naval Station of the Hellenic Navy was established there.