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Aegina Series #7 Aponissos

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Hidden : 4/18/2014
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Aegina Series

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.


The area of Aponissos is in the south of the area of Tourlos. Tourlos was the second fortified area of the island during the Second World War and a lot of the fortifications still remain. However the area is still military so instead you will visit the southern part which is one of the least known spots to most visitors of the island.

The Cache

If you have a normal car you can drive near the cache but you must be extra careful as the road is a car breaker. You leave the car at the start of a footpath that continuous near the coast. The cache is in the right side of the path above the sea.

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ybbx sbe n ovt juvgr fgbar haqre n fznyy cvar.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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