Aigio

 

Aigio is considered as the capital city of Aigialeia, as it is the biggest city in the area. Aigio is a sea town with many attractions to see. Among the most important attractions are the Church of Panagia Trypiti, the harbour, the square of Psila Alonia.

The southwestern part of the municipality consists of the foothills of the Panachaiko mountain. The river Selinountas flows into the Gulf of Corinth in Valimitika, 5 km east of Aigio town centre. The town centre is immediately on the coast, between the ferry port and the train station. Fishermen bring their catches from a night of fishing into the markets every morning. Orange and lemon trees grow in most yards, and irrigation from small, open canals keeps the city greener than most.

Aigio is a city with vast night life, especially during the summer time, with many bars, clubs, restaurants and caffe.

In Aigio you will find almost anything your heart desires and many hotels for your accomodation.


In Aigio you will find 3 beaches, Alyki, Digieliotika and Temeni. Alyki and Digeliotika have been awarded with Blue Flag. Enjoy the clear sea and beach.

One the most important attraction in Aigio, is the church of Panagia Trypiti, the church is built inside a rock over the harbour of Aigio.



 
 

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