Aegina routes, with bike on road and off road, are at your disposal.
If you go to the fishing village of Perdika, the road will be passable enough, by the sea, enabling you to view the full beauty of the Argosaronikos gulf, while in Aiginitissa you will encounter an intersection that will reveale you Eleonas, a magical landscape with olives nourished in time. Another route is to the side of Souvalas, where the archaeological site of Colona, the Statue of Mana and the Museum of Christos Kapralou are situated. In addition, you will find the home of Nikos Kazantzakis, overlooking the graves of ancient Salamina warriors, where he completed the writing of ‘Zorba’. In the end, don’t forget the routes to the nothern and mountainous parts of Aegina, which also lead to a low altitude, such as in Agia Marina, located just below the famous Temple of Aphaia, giving you the opportunity to explore the forested areas of the island. As for the little villages as: Vayia, Anitsaio, Lazarides, Pachia Rachi and Tzigides; these are the ones that will challenge your endurance for off road routes, where you will discover historic experiences.