Aegina in detail

Flights & getting there

Aegina’s main port, Aegina Town, has conventional ferries that are booked online at They are operated by Hellenic Seaways, Nova Ferries and Agios Nektarios. Book high-speed hydrofoils with Hellenic Seaways and Aegean Flying Dolphins to/from Piraeus and Angistri. Ferries dock at the large outer quay, with hydrofoils at the smaller inner quay.

Evoikos Lines serves Aegina’s smaller ports Agia Marina and Souvala, and Piraeus in high season only.

Even in winter, high-speed ferries from Piraeus get fully booked for weekends: book ahead.

Angistri Express makes several daily trips in high season to Skala and Mylos on Angistri. It leaves from midway along Aegina harbour, where timetables are displayed.

Water taxis to Piraeus cost about €40 one way, regardless of the number of people travelling.

Boat Services from Aegina

Ferries to Piraeus are plentiful from Aegina Town throughout the year, ranging from regular, slower ferries (70 minutes, €8 to €10, hourly), to high-speed services (40 minutes, €14, six daily). From Agia Marina, you can reach Piraeus in summer only (one hour, €10, three to four daily).

There are several daily boats that run to Angistri's Skala from Aegina Town, including large ferries (20 minutes, €2.80, one to two daily) and faster catamarans (10 minutes, €6, four to six daily). You can also reach Mylos easily (10 minutes, €6, five daily).

Getting to Poros from Aegina Town is easy (one hour and 50 minutes, €8.50, two to three daily).

Note that there are no direct ferries to Hydra from Aegina; you must go back to Piraeus and take a Hydra-bound ferry from there.