|Number of islands||12|
|Main island||Agios Thomas (Άγιος Θωμάς)|
|Total land area||3.1 km²|
The Diapories ( Greek Διαπόριες Diapories ( f. Sg. ) Or Διαπόρια Diaporia ( n. Sg. )), Also Diaporische islands ( Greek Διαπόριοι Νήσοι Diaporii Nisi ) are a small group of uninhabited islands in the Saronic near Aegina to whose municipality they also belong between the island of Angistri , Agii Theodori and the coast of the Peloponnese in the area of the municipality of Corinth .
- Agios Thomas (Άγιος Θωμάς)
- Tragonisi (Τραγονήσι 'Bockinsel')
- Agios Ioannis (Άγιος Ιωάννης)
- Ledou (Λεδού, also Kleidou Κλειδού)
- Prasou (Πρασού)
- Moladi (Μολάδι, also Molathi Μολάθι)
- Nisida (Νησίδα)
- Ypsili (Υψηλή, also Psili Ψηλή)
- Stachtorroi (Σταχτορροή, also Stachtorrogi Σταχτορρογή or Stachtero Σταχτερό)
- Plateia (Πλατειά)
The largest islands are Agios Ioannis and Agios Thomas with areas of just over a square kilometer each, followed by Ipsili with almost half a square kilometer and Tragonisi with around 20 hectares. Taken together, the area of all twelve islands is around 3.1 km².
They are uninhabited but are home to fish farms .