Room facilities:Air Condition, Bar, Gym, Mini bar, Restaurant, Room service, Telephone, TV
Welcome to Liberty 2 Hotel in Aegina Island.
Liberty 2 Hotel is conveniently located in a strategic position close to organized beach; only 10 meters and all rooms offer stunning view at the sea or the mountains.
Liberty 2 Hotel has recently renovated and consists of 20 rooms.
– Sitting – room
– Satellite TV
– Internet Access
– Parking lot
– Credit cards
– Gifts Shop
– Pets Allowed
– Sea view
– Central heating
– Air conditioning
– Safe box
– Hair dryer
Café-Bar: From morning till late evening the coffee-bar near the beach, serving breakfast, coffee, beverages, cocktail, snacks and sandwiches.
Coffee-bar hours: from 7:00 am until 23:00 at night.
Liberty 2 is close to Temple of Afea and Monastery of Saint Nectarios. Additional regional attractions include Christos Kapralos Museum andLimenaria Church.
The trip to get to Liberty 2 hotel in Aegina is a wonderful experience because there is a beautiful ship that goes and comes from Piraeus to Agia Marina (or from Piraeus to Aegina and then take a bus to Agia Marina – for about 15 min) and you can see the wonderful aspects of the island and the magnificent evergreen forests.
- Air Condition
[:en] Aegina Island[:ru]Oстров Эгина
Aegina, the “eyesore of gulf”, as it is visible from the Acropolis of Athens, was the first capital of Greece. In Aegina you will find historical sights bearing witness to its long past, as well as splendid beaches, clear sea and a traditional infrastructure. Aegina is also ideal for relaxing weekends, with the opportunity for great excursions. Aegina has sandy beaches, with clean and cool water and all the facilities that will make your life easy and exciting. It has hundreds of fish taverns with fresh fish, is famous for its pistachios that are produced on the island and bear its name (Aegina pistachios), for the Monastery of Agios Nektarios as well as the temple of Aphaea. Places to visit: are the small port town of Agia Marina, the very small town of Perdika and the Archaeological Musem.
Festival of Fistiki (Pistachio)
Aegina is a very lively island, very hospitable and has many things to offer to the tourists who visit the island. Most importantly, one can combine all these within a single day and one never gets bored if he stays longer. On the contrary! Upon leaving, don’t forget to take with you some pistachios.
From the Port of Piraeus there is daily connection to Aegina:
– By ship
– By flying dolphin
– By hydrofoil
Aegina can also be reached by boat from: Agistri, Hydra, Poros and Spetses.
Monastery of Saint Nektarios, Aegina
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Sports & natureA Nature Lover's Paradise! Aegina......is a fertile and verdant island, full of phistachio nut, pine and olive trees.....With its mountains, rocks, woods, sea and coastal areas, streambeds and wetlands, it is an ideal place for you to enjoy everything the island can offer you. Really, besides the well-known port and the ancient temple of Afea, Aegina can offer you a beautiful mountain side, medieval Paleachora and the wonderfully green Mesagros. Many paths are waiting for trippers to lead them to magical places. Aegina's landscape and its nature are a constant surprise to anyone who wants to keep his eyes open. Aegina also lends itself to activities such as: Water sports Scuba diving Fishing Wind surfing Hiking Trekking Horse riding Yoga on the beach Bike tours Picnic spots
Nightlife infoAegina offers exceptional dining and nightlife experiences which will definitely make your stay really pleasant. Short distances will delight you as you go from the beach to your room and, then, shortly you can visit a fish tavern with excellent seafood and eventually close your day in one of the beach bars of the island. Among the places with vibrant nightlife we can definitely suggest Aegina town, Agia Marina, and Souvala.
Culture and history infoAegina has been the pole of attraction for travelers in search of adventure and discovery throughout history. Nowadays it continues to impress. The town of Aegina served as the seat of the first government of the Modern Greek State in early 19th century. There are many interesting sites from ancient & byzantine times on the island. Nowadays, Aegina is considered an artistic centre as many painters and sculptors live on the island. Aegina is also famous for its ceramics and its “Aegina pistachios” (an EU Protected Designation of Origin product). You will find signs of that everywhere: - The town of Aegina; some of the major stops will be at the old Government Building, the old Orphanage House, the Museum of Folklore Art, the ruins of the Doric temple of Apollo (Kolona) and the Archaeological Museum of Aegina. - The Temple of Aphaia Athena, one of the best preserved temples in Greece, built in the 5th century BC just after the naval battle of the nearby island of Salamina; - The Venetian tower Pyrgos Markellou, located near the cathedral - a sight in itself - Agios Nikolaos. - The Christos Kapralos Museum with many paintings, sculptures, ceramics and works of forged lead and copper by the famous Greek artist; - The monastery and church of St. Nektarios, a significant religious pilgrimage site; - The famous pistachio groves of Aegina; pistachio trees have been cultivated in Aegina since 1860; - The picturesque villages of Perdika, Pahia Rahi etc.