Agia Marina is located on the island of Aegina. The island of Aegina is located in the Saronic Gulf about 12 miles south west of the harbor of Piraeus. Agia Marina is considered the center of tourism on the island. It used to be an extension of the city of Messagros. It is a popular get away for the Athenians for the weekend. Ahia Marina was once a bountiful place for crops and vineyards, but is now mostly a tourist destination. Hotels in Agia Marina are available to suit any budget. They are found easily using EasyToBook.com.
Temple of Aphaia is a Doric style temple built from stone. It was built in the 9th century and is the only Hellenic temple with a second row of interior columns. It was built as a celebration of victory for the battle of Salamis. Monastery of Aghios Nektarios was built between 1904 and 1910. It was named after its founder. Located about 2 miles from the Aghia Marina is the Belenis Tower. There is a museum situated there as well. They are both located in the small town of Alinda.