Agistri, also called Angistri, is a small, pine covered island close to Aegina in the Saronic Gulf that lies south of the Greek capital of Athens.
It is very small, with an area of about 13 sq km, making it the smallest of the inhabited island in the Saronic group.
Agistri is a quiet backwater, free of cars and with little in the way of nightlife outside the few hotels in the three main settlements of Skala, Milos and Limenaria.
Milos is where most people live but Skala is the most developed of the island's resorts and the main tourist centre.
Agistri is home to fewer than 1,000 people with holiday beds for perhaps 1,000. It has a single 10 kilometre road but no cars and one bus. It is also very hilly with about half covered in fields of citrus and olives and the rest cloaked in dense pine forest.
Apart from walking and sunbathing there is little to do here. Most beaches are pebble and shingle with the best of the sand at Skala and Halkiada, the latter noted as being the first official designated naturist beach in Greece.