The region regarded as the Attica-Saronic Gulf Islands in Greece lies east and north of the Athens or Attica Basin. Here the sea washes the shores of waterfront towns with sandy beaches, secluded coves and natural harbors. These offer water recreational opportunities. For others, there is the quiet of the inland areas. For a weekend, Attica-Saronic Gulf Islands have the advantage of being mainland, inland and island. The islands of Aegin, Poros, Hydra and Spetes offer a variety of attractions to explore. There are Greek ruins, mansions owned by shipping magnates and beaches. They span and blend the different eras from the 6th century B.C. Temple of Poseidon to the modern beach clubs and discos.
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