Moni Island

Moni is a small secluded and uninhabited island adjacent to Aegina and minutes away from the fishing village of Perdika. As you approach the shores of the island, it will become more and more apparent that Moni is a small, earthly paradise. The lush, almost virginal nature, dominated by scented pine trees, and the undisturbed and shimmering turquoise waters, will offer you an unrepeatable experience. Moni has no drinkable water, which is the reason, why the only inhabitants found here are friendly and curious deer, kri-kri goats, rabbits, and peacocks. The sandy beach, deep blue waters, and nature make Moni ideal for any water sport, especially underwater fishing or snorkeling. Climbing or hiking lovers will enjoy amazing sights of the whole island by crossing the slopes of a steep mountain located north of the islet.

The sandy beaches, deep blue waters, and natural environment make Moni ideal for water sports, especially underwater fishing or snorkelling. Climbing or hiking lovers will enjoy amazing sights of the whole island by crossing the slopes of a steep mountain located north of the islet.

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