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The village used to be an suburb of the village of Mesagros (The Middle Fields). The village is named after the small church of Agia Marina at the south end of the beach. The church celebrates her nameday the 17th of July with festivities around the church and the beach area.
It takes half an hour by bus form Aegina Town to Agia Marina. There is a direct boat connection in summer between Piraeus and the port of Agia Marina.
There is a wide sandy beach in Agia Marina for those who prefer shallow waters and north of the port, there are rocks and deeper waters for the more adventurous in the direction of the area of Kavos.
(http://www.aeginagreece.com/frameset/villages/aghiamarina.htm)

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