Visited here in conjunction with a boat cruise. I would say the place is a great place to visit, especially if you want to see a very good example of an archaic temple. However I think it was over priced for an excursion with the...More
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The Temple of Aphaia is a bit out of the main town atop a hill with great views. As yet another ancient temple it is well worth seeing.
This Temple is in the countryside and offers nice views on the neighboring sea. The Temple itself was heavily restored but is elegant.
A great day trip from Athens, taking a ferry and the good, but infrequent bus service on the island. The temple is classic, beautiful with great views over the Saronic Gulf. There is a small, but very good, museum on site.
We were lucky that we were there early before the rush, so had to time to contemplate & take in the spectacular vista & Meaning of this very special place
What a surprise the Temple of Aphaia is It is huge and you can get a great insight into its importance and the way it was built The museum attached is brilliant Give yourself a couple of hours Enjoy the view from the temple and...More
We walked up the steep hill through the woods from Ag Marina, id recommended doing this before it gets hot, it's very steep and it's not a smooth surface. Once at the Temple, it's €6 each, its beautiful and amazing, it's a real must do...More
We took a taxi from Aegina Town to visit Aphaia Temple en route to Agia Marina. We were there on Monday when the museum was closed but admission to the site was still 6 €. That doesn't seem right. Surely there should be some discount...More
The temple is beautiful and surrounded by great views. The entrance was 6 Euros and we thought it was good value for money.
My husband and I took a taxi to the pier and bought a ticket to go to Aegina. Once we arrived, we hired a taxi and he suggested an itinerary for us, which was, visit the temple early so not crowed, then off to catch...More