You will hardly find a better place to travel back in time than Greece. Not only do the Greek islands come in all shapes and sizes but they also hide tremendously rich cultural heritage that’s hard to find anywhere else in the world. Although there are significant monuments and remnants of the antique times on the Greek mainland, the islands of the Aegean and the Ionian Sea only add the final touch to the magic of this land, making them undeniably appealing to anyone who has a knack for history.
Located just 27 kilometres from Athens in the Saronic islands, Aegina was once a marine superpower – the one that easily rivalled Athens. With such a glorious historical past, it comes as no surprise why there are so many archaeological sites found on the island. There are three major archaeological sites on Aegina – the Temple of