Serifos is a beautiful island in the Aegean sea that belongs to the Cycladic complex. In ancient times, Serifos was known as a barren island.
Part of the periphery of Northern Aegean, Limnos is an ancient land. It is perhaps the most peaceful and exclusive of all the major islands of the Northern Aegean archipelago.
To many travelers, Santorini is the one essential Greek island. It is no surprise that year after year it is listed among the top ten island destinations worldwide.
Have you ever visited the “island of winds”? If yes then you can realize that Mykonos (Μύκονος) is the island that never sleeps. If not take a deep breath and get ready to experience a non-stop adventure to one of the most desired destinations in the world.
Chania is one of the most beautiful coastal cities of northwest Crete. It is the second largest city after Heraklion (Ηράκλειο) with a population of almost 55,838 residents.
Ikaria is a surprisingly unspoiled-by-tourism island getaway. It lies in the east Aegean Sea next to the island of Samos and demonstrates extravagant natural beauty, a generous number of picture perfect beaches
Situated in the heart of the Saronic Gulf and a mere one and half hour by ferry from the port of Piraeus, Aegina is a popular destination for the Athenians.
Its majestic, picture-perfect landscapes, the people with welcoming attitude and a well-established tourist infrastructure attract thousands of visitors every year.
One of Greece’s largest and most unique islands, Chios is often called "myrovolos" - that is the fragrant island.
It is perhaps not solely for geographical reasons that in the eighteenth century Corfu was the first stop in Greece for those making the famous "Grand Tour" of Italy and Greece.
Hydra is an island in the Saronic Gulf. At a mere one and a half hours by hydrofoil from Athens it is one of the most cosmopolitan places in Greece and an excellent choice for long weekends.
The largest of the Ionian Islands archipelago, Kefalonia, boasts a rugged mountainous but fertile landscape, coasts fairly untouched by mass tourism and loads of cultural heritage and monuments.
Lesvos (Λέσβος) is the third largest Greek island after Crete and Evoia. It is located in the north eastern side of the Aegean sea.
“Ladies and Gentlemen the ship is arriving at the port of Paros (Πάρος) in a few minutes”. The phrase above guarantees a fantastic experience to a “treasure” of the Aegean sea.
The Colossus of Rhodes may be no more, but the incredible variety and wealth of historical forces that have shaped the island still remain very much in evidence. This island is in fact so steeped in history that it is difficult to determine which era has influenced it the most. On first encounter one is convinced that it is a medieval place through and through.
Spetses is an island in the Saronic gulf belonging to the peripheral unit of Attica. To most of the Greeks Spetses is known for its shipping tradition and the contribution of its people to the Greek War of Independence.
Tinos is known to most of the Greeks as the island of the church of Panagia Megalochari and the grand pilgrimage that takes place every year on August 15th, the day of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary.
Ithaki was the land of Ulysses (Odysseus), Homer’s hero in his epic poems Iliad and Odyssey. It is perhaps the most peaceful and exclusive of all the islands of the Ionian archipelago.
Lefkada, the birthplace of some of Greece’s most prominent poets such as Valaoritis, Sikelianos, and Lefkadio Hern, lies just a few meters off the shore of Etoloakarnania in mainland Greece, with which it is connected by a floating bridge.
Paxi is one of the smallest but most charming islands in the Ionian Sea. Just a few miles south of Corfu, its fate is closely linked with its big neighbor.
Siros s a beautiful Cycladic island and represents the capital of the south Aegean region. Ermoupoli is the island’ capital and the next largest towns include Ano Syros and Vari. Ermoupoli was highly developed after 1826 when they settled refugees from Psara and Chios.
Once coined as “the untouched piece of essential Greece", Folegandros has little in the way of package tourist conveniences, road network or buzzing nightlife.
Karpathos is a beautiful island between Rhodes and Crete and remains a very genuine and welcomed place both for Greeks and foreign travelers too.
Halki has taken its name from the copper (chalkos in Greek) mines that were active here since the ancient times. Its fate has always been closely linked to Rhodes- some 6 kilometers to the east- since it is depending on the latter for supplies trade and transport.
Patmos is a Greek cosmopolitan island in the Aegean sea. Ancients Greeks believed that Patmos was subjected in the southern part of Sporades but its contemporary political division classified it at Dodecanese.
The island was likely named after a legendary general from Crete. It was sometimes referred as Hydroussa due to its ample water resources.
Milos is a volcanic island that could be characterized as a place of wild beauty since it remains travelers’ magnetic pole. It is located in the Aegean sea and is the fifth largest Cycladic island.
Kea or Tzia is the westernmost inhabited Cycladic island with an estimated surface at 130.6 km and a coastline of 88 km. It is a beautiful and promised destination for those who love stone stairs, terrains and small bays.
Nisyros is a Greek island that will convey you to the myths, volcanic mountains and a unique wave of good aura and high energy. Nisyros is located in the southern Aegean and is one of the Dodecanese islands.
A tiny island of immense natural beauty, Koufonisi, is the ultimate summer destination for those who seek quiet days and nights.
Amorgos is a gifted and unique Cycladic island in the Aegean Sea. It is located on the southeast edge of Cyclades, south east of Naxos and at a 136 nautical mile distance from Piraeus.
Naxos is the largest and most fertile island of the Cyclades archipelago. Unlike in other islands, the landscape is dominated by high mountains and large fertile plains where rural life still resists the temptations of tourism exploitation.
Symi is a mountainous and rocky beautiful Greek island and municipality with an area of 58.1 sq. km and a coastline of 85 km. It is the eighth largest island in the Dodecanese and is easily accessed either by airplane or by boat through the island of Rhodes.
Samos, the birthplace of some of ancient Greece’s most prolific thinkers such as Aristarchus, Pythagoras and Epicurus, lays just a couple of kilometers off the shores of Asia Minor.
Sporades is an Aegean complex of islands located in the north side of Evia and the east side of Magnesia. It consists of various smaller and bigger islands.
In the ancient Greek mythology Kithira or Tsirigo was the home of Aphrodite, the goddess of love. It is a peaceful and fertile island of the Ionian Islands archipelago, though it is administered by Athens.
The island of Poros is part of the Saronic Gulf complex belonging to the periphery of Attica.
Did you know that Kavala prefecture is accompanied by a beautiful Greek island named Thasos? Thasos is a mountainous place and its highest peak is named Psario or Ypsarion. Psario is a protected forest area of special ecological importance.
Evoia is the second largest island in Greece (after Crete) and the sixth largest in the Mediterranean sea. It is separated from the mainland of Greece by Evian Gulf.