Aegina is a relatively small island 17 miles SW of Athens. It has a rich history, human presence on the island dates back to the prehistoric period. The town of Aegina was the first capital of modern Greece. Strangely there was no geocache on the island. Aegina series is the first geocaching series consisting of eight caches placed mainly in areas of historical interest.
Nine kilometers from the port of Aegina the road ends to the traditional fishing village of Perdika
Perdika is an old traditional settlement, build around the port. There are still some characteristic small houses with their yards connected to each other.
You leave the car to the port and take the road to the other side of the bay towards a small building (Camera Obscura) worth visiting. There you will see some bunkers and other fortified structures from the Second World War. They were built before the war for the protection of the island and were occupied by the Germans.
Don’t look for the cache in the obvious place (the bunker). Please don't let the cache exposed as this spots attracts a lot of visitors.