Moni is a small island located in the southeast of Aegina that is a well-kept earthly paradise! From 1960 to 1990 Moni belonged to the Hellenic Travel Club which managed to preserve the natural unspoiled beauty of the island. Moni is a green island, covered by pine trees for the most part. Peacocks and deer find shelter on the island until today, while in the most inaccessible areas of the island you can meet even goats like Kri Kri!
Where is it located?
The island of Moni is easily accessible both from the port of Aegina and from the Perdika village. Especially during the summer months, boats depart from Aegina at regular intervals to Moni island. The itineraries take place from 10 in the morning until 6 in the afternoon, while it takes you only 10 minutes to reach the green island!
What do I need to know before my visit?
The northwest side of Moni is covered by a pine forest, where you can go for a walk or have a picnic in nature. You can climb and reach the highest point of the island where you can enjoy a breathtaking view. Moni has two beaches to visit, as well as a beach bar where you can enjoy your coffee, drink, or snack.