A new thing I’m trying — photo diaries.
Considering I spend most of my time taking pictures, I’ve decided to try create a sort of online photo diary for various places around the earth.
Also, I feel that a photo diary is one of the best ways to really express the different qualities and details of a destination.
This particular photo diary dedicated to the amazing island of Aegina, Greece.
Located in the Saronic Gulf, Aegina is just a short, one hour ferry ride from the city of Athens. On this beautiful island, visitors can find relaxing beaches, cafes, stunning architecture, and amazing archaeological sites.
So, check out these photos below of Aegina, Greece! Maybe it’ll convince you to visit this picturesque island.
The sweet Temple of Aphaea.
Old bench with an *average* view.
Some sweet rock formations on the coast.
Maybe an ancient lighthouse? Who knows.
Just soaking up that vitamin D.
Sea view from a random church in the middle of nowhere.
One of the many beaches on the island.
Steps to heaven maybe?
Me creepily taking a candid picture of my lovely friend, Cassie.
The beautiful monastery of Agios Nektarios.
The Temple of Aphaea.
Some sweet doors.
Taking a little stroll in the super clear ocean. (Side story: people looked at me like I was crazy cause the water was probably 50° F [10° C] but being from Grand Forks, ND, I can survive anything.)
The marina at dusk.
*insert inspiring caption about pondering life while looking at the beautiful ocean*
Unique doors are my favorite.
Temple of Aphaea, my personal favorite of all the temples I visited in Greece.
Some random beach we found.
The bench is just screaming at me to take a seat and admire that view.
With my luck, I will never get another picture like this. So take it all in.
So, are you thoroughly inspired to visit Aegina, Greece? I thought so.
Wander on friends,
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Looking for some more things to do in Greece? Check out this post for things to do in Athens!