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Poros

Poros Poros is one of the islands in the Saronic Gulf, administratively it belongs to the province of Attica. The island is only 23 km2 in size and has around five thousand permanent residents. It is located near the Peloponnese…

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Hydra

Hydra Hydra is a Greek island that lies in the Saronic Gulf. it is near the coast of the Peloponnese. About 2000 inhabitants live on this generally dry island, who are mainly concerned with tourism and fishing. Hydra is a…

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Agistri

Agistri The island of Agistri, also known as Angistri, is a gem among the Saronic islands in Greece. It is green with beautiful beaches and crystal clear water. Agistri is the smallest inhabited island of the Saronic Islands with around…

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Aegina

Aegina Aegina is an island in the middle of Saronic Gulf at 16 miles from Piraeus. Generally it is a flat island with a number of low mountains. It is 83 km2 in size and the total coast length is…

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Argo - Saronic Islands

Argo - Saronic Islands The Saronic Islands lie in the Saronic Gulf, which is the southwest of Attica and northwest of the Peloponnese. They are very popular islands, especially for Greek tourists (mainly from Attica and the Peloponnese), because they…

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Zakynthos

Zakynthos Zakynthos is a beautiful island. With an area of ​​410 km² there is much to do and see. Zakynthos belongs to the Ionian Islands Group. The islands of Lefkas, Corfu, Paxi, Kythira, Kefalonia and Ithaki are also islands of…

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Paxos

  Paxos Paxos and Antipaxos are two small islands south of Corfu and west of the Greek mainland Epirus. Paxos is eighteen square kilometers in size and has approximately two and a half thousand permanent residents. [caption id="attachment_7306" align="aligncenter" width="768"]…

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Mathraki

Mathraki The island of Mathraki is located in the Ionian Sea, along the northern coasts of Corfu. The island of Mathraki belongs to the complex of the Diapontia Islands, together with Erikoussa and Othoni. Pristine nature and crystal clear water…

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Kythira

Kythira Kythira is a quiet Greek island southeast of Peloponnese geographically one of the Ionian islands. It is 279 square kilometers in size and has around 3500 permanent residents. It is a mountainous island, but the mountains are not too…

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Kefalonia

Kefalonia Kefalonia is the largest island of the Ionian archipelago. An island full of contradictions, which give it its own beauty. The rich and fertile Kefalonia is known for its red and white wine, the Robola, its honey and white…

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Lipari Island

Lipari Island Time seems to have stood still on Lipari. It is an oasis of tranquility surrounded by a clear cobalt blue sea. All the ingredients you need for an unforgettable holiday are abundant here. A bustling town, pleasant shopping…

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Sicily

Sicily Sicily is a special Italian island in the Mediterranean. It is an autonomous region associated with Italy. The island can be recognized on the map as the football by the boot. The island is around 25,000 square kilometers in…

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Lefkada

Lefkada   Lefkada is one of the beautiful Ionian islands, it is a beautiful holiday destination. It is located in Greece south of Corfu and north of Kefalonia. Lefkada is a beautiful island with beautiful green nature and it has…

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Ithaki

Ithaki Ithaki (Ithaca or Ithaka) is a quiet and beautiful Greek island in the Ionian Sea. It is located northeast of Kefalonia (2.5 km), south of Lefkada (8.8 km) and west of the Greek mainland and the Etoloakarnania department (30…

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Agios Efstratios

Agios Efstratios Agios Efstratios is the third island of the Lesvos prefecture. It is a small island in the border area of ​​the Aegean Sea. and the island  is known for the beauty of its landscape. About three hundred people…

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Corfu

Corfu [caption id="attachment_6838" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Corfu island[/caption] Corfu (Kerkyra or Corfu). The island is a beautiful Greek holiday paradise that lies in the north of the Ionian Sea. It is approximately 600 km2 in size and is one of the…

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Psara

Psara Psara is a small Greek island, centrally located in the North Aegean Sea. It is approximately 40 km2 in size and is located 18 km west of the island of Chios. It is a bare, rocky island where little…

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Oinousses

Oinousses A group of nine small and somewhat larger islands, with names such as Oinoussa, Panagia, Vatos, Gaidouronisi, Pontikonisi, Archontoniso, Pontikoudiko, Laimoudiko and Pronisia form Oinousses. They belong to the prefecture of Chios. [caption id="attachment_6623" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Oinousses Island[/caption] More…

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Samos

Samos   Samos is a lush overgrown island, which lies in the east of the Aegean Sea between Chios and the Dodecanese islands. It is very close to Asia Minor. The narrowest sea lane between Samos and Turkey is even…

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Chios

Chios Chios is one of the eastern Aegean islands and it is approximately six kilometers from the Turkish coast. It is the fifth largest island in Greece, the total coast length is just over two hundred kilometers and the area…

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Lesbos

Lesbos Lesbos is located between the islands of Chios and Limnos, close to the coastline of neighboring Turkey. It is the fourth largest island in Greece and is densely overgrown with pine and olive trees. Characteristic are the gently rolling…

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Limnos

Limnos Limnos is located in the northeast of the Aegean Sea between Athos on Chalkidiki and the islands of Samothraki and Lesbos. It is the seventh largest island in Greece, but not as touristy. The island of Limnos, also known…

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Ikaria

Ikaria Ikaria is also called Nikaria by the locals. It is an elongated mountainous island in the west of the Aegean Sea. The coast length is just over a hundred kilometers. Ikaria is world famous for a study by scientists…

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Naxos

Naxos Naxos is, with an area of ​​428 km², the largest island of the Cyclades, but also the most fertile island of this Greek archipelago. The island has 20,000 inhabitants and is located approximately in the middle of the Cyclades,…

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Paros

Paros Paros, one of the islands of the Cyclades archipelago, is a fairly small island (196 km2) with a total coast length of 118 kilometers. It is a mountainous island with many beautiful beaches. The capital of Paros is the…

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Santorini

Santorini "Santorini is unique and really a different piece of Greece." Santorini is the most photographed island of Greece. The Greek island has an area of ​​76 km2 and can therefore not be called large. With the islands of Thirasia,…

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Keros

Keros Keros is a rocky island (15 km2), just over two kilometers southeast of Koufonissia. In the millennium 3000 to 2000 BC, this island was one of the most important Cycladic centers. Excavations on the island have uncovered more than…

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Kimolos

Kimolos Kimolos is a small mountainous island north-west of Milos and southwest of Sifnos. The island is located 13 kilometers from the coast of Milos and is 39 square kilometers in size. [caption id="attachment_6500" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Kimolos island - Cyclades…

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Delos

Delos Delos / Dilos is the holy island of the Cyclades. It is the birthplace of God Apollon; the God of light and music. The island is accessible several times a day from Mykonos, which is approximately three kilometers east…

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Serifos

Serifos Serifos is a Greek island that is part of the Cyclades island group. It lies below Kithnos and above Sifnos. The name Serifos is derived from the Greek "sterfos" which means barren or barren, but nothing could be further…

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Mykonos

Mykonos Mykonos is one of the best known Greek islands and belongs to the Cyclades group of islands. The world famous island is 85 km2 and has approximately ten thousand permanent residents. Every year many tourists come to Mykonos to…

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Amorgos

Amorgos Amorgos is the most easterly located Cycladic island, it lies between the islands of Naxos and Kos in the Aegean Sea. It is an elongated island, with a length of 33 kilometers. The width of the island varies between…

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Andros

Andros Andros is the second largest island of the Cyclades; Naxos is the largest. The name Andros comes from the mythology of the grandson of Apollo and has an area of ​​373 km2 and 9,000 inhabitants. [caption id="attachment_6407" align="aligncenter" width="960"]…

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Syros

Syros Syros is one of the beautiful Greek islands in the north of the Cyclades in the middle of the Aegean Sea. The island has a coastline of 87 km and is 84 km2 in size and has more than…

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Sifnos

Sifnos Sifnos is a Greek island in the southwest of the Aegean Sea. It lies between the islands of Serifos, Millos, Kimolos, Paros and Antiparos, and belongs to the Cyclades Islands. It is a mountainous island, with not too high…

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Milos

Milos Milos, also called Melos, is a Cycladic island in the southwest of the Aegean Sea. It is the fifth largest island in the archipelago (151 km2 in size) and it has a coastal length of 120 kilometers. Milos is…

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Ios

  Ios The island of Ios is part of the Cyclades island group and is popular with island hoppers. Ios is also called the party island and has been in the top three meeting places for young people up to…

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Leros

Leros Leros is a beautiful Greek island that lies between Patmos and Kalymnos. It is a surprisingly beautiful holiday destination with green hills, quiet sandy beaches and authentic, Greek villages. [caption id="attachment_6293" align="aligncenter" width="564"] Leros Island in Greece[/caption] It is…

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Patmos

Patmos Patmos is the northernmost island of the Dodecanese. It lies between the Greek islands of Ikaria and Leros and has an area of ​​34 km2, a total coastline of 63 kilometers and around 2,700 permanent residents. Only in 1948…

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Nisyros

Nisyros Nisyros is a small, volcanic island, between Kos and Tilos. In ancient times it was known as Porphyris. In Mythology it appears that the island was united with Leros and when Posseidon chased the giant Polyvotis, he split the…

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Lipsi

Lipsi Lipsi is located east of Patmos and north of Leros and belongs to the Dodecanese. The town of Lipsi with its photogenic white houses is located against a hill at the end of a deep cove. [caption id="attachment_6247" align="aligncenter"…

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Symi

Symi   Symi is a small Greek island 12 kilometers from Rhodes. The island is one of the most picturesque parts of Greece. The city of Symi is located in the north of the island and is divided into two…

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Tilos

Tilos Tilos is a small island, south of Nisyros, but it is an interesting island, because here once lived a prehistoric dwarf elephant, the skeletons of which were found in one of the caves. The capital of Tilos is Megalo…

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Karpathos

Karpathos Karpathos is a very beautiful Greek island that is still peaceful and unaffected by mass tourism. It is the second island in size of the Dodecanese archipelago and lies between Rhodes and Crete. [caption id="attachment_6146" align="aligncenter" width="564"] The streets…

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Astypalaia

Astypalaia Astypalaia (or Astypalea) is a remote island, far away from the hectic pace and mass tourism. It is an undiscovered gem where it sometimes seems as if time has stood still and where you experience the authentic Greek island…

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Chalki

Chalki   Chalki is a Greek island that lies south of Tilos and west of Rhodes and has been inhabited since ancient times. Chalki is a small island, it only measures 28 square kilometers. It is elongated, about ten kilometers…

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Kalymnos

Kalymnos Between the islands of Kos and Leros is the fourth largest island of the Dodecanese (literally 12 islands): Kalymnos. The capital is Pothia, where around 11,000 people live. The port of Pothia is one of the most important in…

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Zadar

Zadar Zadar has been an important city since 900 BC in the struggle for power by various local rulers. During the 3000 year old history of the city it was in the hands of the Romans, the Byzantines, the Venetians,…

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Sibenik

Sibenik Sibenik is perhaps  slightly less well-known but certainly not less loved, Šibenik is a gem on the Adriatic Sea. This ancient city is the oldest city on the Adriatic coast in Croatia founded by the Croats themselves, and the…

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Dubrovnik is the most beautiful city you have ever seen and if you want to combine culture with pleasure & leisure this is the right spot. The fortified city is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and that is…

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Split

Split Split is a beautiful city in the south of Croatia in Dalmatia. This historical place is known as the big "white" city and has approximately 210,000 inhabitants. There is a beautiful old center, with a beautiful boulevard where you…

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Cannigione

North East Sardinia is known for its beautiful beaches. It is not for nothing that you will encounter many celebrities here. The most famous people on earth own a beautiful villa here. But that is not all that this region…

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Sardinia

The island of Sardinia is located at a distance of approximately 190 kilometers from mainland Italy. With an area of ​​no less than 24,000 kilometers, Sardinia is almost as large as the Netherlands and, after Sicily, the largest island in…

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Montenegro

Montenegro is located in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. This relatively sparsely populated country borders Serbia in the north, Kosovo in the east, Albania in the southeast and Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia in the west. [caption id="attachment_5996" align="aligncenter" width="564"] Stunning…

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Croatia

Croatia Croatia is located in southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. The country has become a popular summer holiday destination in recent years. The area in and around Croatia has been inhabited for many tens of thousands of years. [caption…

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The Sporades

The Sporades The Sporades is a small group of islands in the Aegean Sea. They are roughly north of Evia and the Cyclades, south of Thessaloniki and east of Volos. Skopelos, Alonissos, Skiathos and Skyros are the islands that belong…

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The Ionian Islands

The Ionian Islands This island group lies to the West of the Greek mainland. These islands are much greener and less densely populated than the others Greek islands and have a hospitable population, lush nature, forested mountains, varied landscapes and…

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The North Aegean Islands

The North Aegean Islands Just a few steps away from the Asia Minor coast, in the Northeastern part of the Aegean sea you will find these groups of islands. They offer the most stunning bays and beaches you have never…

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The Dodecanese

The Dodecanese The Dodecanese are a group of 15 larger plus 150 smaller Greek islands in the Southeastern Aegean sea. From the 150 smaller islands only 26 are inhabited. They all have a rich history and many of even the…

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Fethiye

Fethiye is a natural harbor city in the western Mediterranean. The ancient city was once named Telmessos an done of the most important cities of the Lycian civilization. The town of Fethiye is surrounded by outrageously fantastic heritage sites, archaeological…

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The Cyclades

The Cyclades The Cyclades are one of the most beautiful islands in the World and lie in the Aegean Sea, southeast of mainland Greece. Here you find breathtaking and unexplored beaches, architecture in white and blue ( we all know…

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Greece

Greece Epicureans rejoice just when they hear the word Greece! Greece is made up of ancient sun-bleached ruins pervading the blue sky, the magical Aegean lapping an endless coastline, and a culture imbued with passionate music, delicious food and a…

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Turkey

Turkey   Turkey an amazing country, the Mediterranean in the South, the Aegean in the West and the Black sea in the North. This country is located in Southeastern Europe and Southwestern Asia and the capital is Ankara, with a…

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Göcek

Göcek known as Kalimche is a little town situated in the Fethiye district of Turkey and sits between Fethiye and Dalyan and has 6 top quality ports and a picturesque center where you can eat and shop until you drop.…

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Bodrum

Bodrum is a charming and fascinating little port, 270 km. south of Izmir, on the Aegean coast of Turkey. It is located on the southern coast of Bodrum Peninsula, it faces the Greek island of Kos and at a point…

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Marmaris

Marmaris is a beautiful coastal town on the Southwest coast of Turkey in the province of Muğla. The historical name of Marmaris is Physkos and dates back to 3000 BC and it was part of the Carian Empire. Nowadays Marmaris…

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