Temple of Aphaia

This Doric-style temple dating from the early 5C BC is one of the best preserved in Greece. It occupies a dominant position and offers an exceptional view over the island of Aegina and the Saronic Gulf. The museum presents reconstructions of the second temple of Aphaia, which burned down c 510 BC, including a polychrome façade. However, the majority of the sculptures, sold to Ludwig II of Bavaria, are exhibited in Munich.

Useful information


18010 Aígina


+30 2297 032398


6 €

Opening hours

9.30am-4.30pm - museum daily except Mon 10.30am-1.30pm