Agistri is the smallest island among the Saronic Islands. There are about 1100 residents on the island and it is only 13 km². During the high season, the population of Agistri is multiplied by people from Athens who have their summer homes here. There are plenty of hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues, but there is no party island. It is a quiet and sensed island. Here you go for pure relaxation in a calm atmosphere. There are four villages on the island and these are Megalochori, Skala, Metochi and Limenaria. Megalochori is the largest number of inhabitants, but most hotels are located in Skala where the finest sandy beach is also located.
The easiest way is to fly scheduled flight to Athens or an air chair with a charter company.
You can easily get from Piraeus in Athens to Agistri by boat. From Athens airport, take bus X96 to Piraeus where you buy a boat ticket directly on the quay. You can pre-book tickets to the speedboats as they may be fully booked some days. Timetable and booking HERE
At Agistri there are no attractions. What is worth seeing here is nature and the villages. Rent a scooter or bike and get around. The island is almost car-free which is a clear advantage for those who want peace and quiet.