A small tangle of lanes bear in the south of Agistri, Limenaria is a trip worth making for the scenic 10-minute drive that gives you panoramas of the Saronic Gulf and islands.
Limenaria is embedded in a valley and you’ll see the village from above before zigzagging down the slope.
This sleepy little place has just a single taverna, which comes highly recommended.
The village bursts into life on 7 July when the golden-domed Church of Agia Kyriaki is the centre of a folk festival.
Moments to the east is the tiny port of Mariza, where there’s a pool ladder on the rocks for the clear waters below.