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The island carries a rich naval tradition which is eminent in its architecture. The neoclassical 19th century mansions which belonged to the captains grant the main town, Hora, an air of old-style elegance. Together with Hora, ..
Scattered churches, stark white houses and a variety of beautiful beaches made Antiparos a very popular day trip destination. Yet the visitors were captivated by the serene landscapes and easy-going atmosphere and overtime, the..
The “beautiful and rich land” of Homer is a paradise of poetic landscapes and culture. Its strategic position made the island vulnerable to foreign conquestors. As a result, a blend of the Venetian, British and Fren..
Crete is the largest and most southerly Greek island and the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean. The island has everything to offer: mountainous landscapes, a coast with many beautiful l..
Kefalonia is the largest of the Ionian islands and one of the most famous sailing destinations in the Mediterranean. The island has always been prosperous and cosmopolitan thanks to its tradition of sailing and trading...
Kato Koufonissi, a secluded paradise with an almost tropical landscape, is more or less uninhabited. Pano Koufosnisi is the only developed among the three, with about 350 inhabitants, and has become very popular over the last d..
Yet the island carries its glamorous reputation with undeniable charm. The picture perfect sceneries are complimented by a wide range of upscale bars and restaurants to create an ideal holiday haven. The stark white cubic house..
Its exceptional natural beauty, vast sandy beaches and impressive landscapes are combined with a well-developed tourist infrastructure. The capital, Paroikia, welcomes the visitors with a pleasant buzz of travelers and locals t..
Technically it may be considered an island since the construction of the Corinth Canal in 1893, like other peninsulas that have been separated from their mainland by man-made bodies of waters, it is rarely, if ever, referred to..
Natural bays and sheltered coves provide conditions conducive to a plethora of water sports, making it easy to venture out by boat – private or water taxi – to visit the attractive neighboring islands of the Argosar..
Serifos is located in the western Cyclades, south of Kythnos and northwest of Sifnos. It is part of the Milos regional unit. Its main attractions are some excellent beaches, and an unspoiled whitewashed cubistic traditional Cyc..
Sifnos has some unique features that make it stand out from the rest of the Cyclades. The island masks its charms behind a seemingly barren setting of hills, which gives way to a rich landscape. Olive groves, almond trees and a..
Spetses is the greenest island of the Saronic Gulf, with pine forests that hide charming pebbly beaches and rocky coves. Located only 15 minutes from the Peloponnesian mainland, Spetses is a popular getaway for the cosmopolitan..
The town features handsome neoclassical mansions and stone paved streets that give it an air of elegance and grandeur. Plateia Miaouli, the main square of the town, is a grand marble square with imposing public buildings. Ano S..