First stop in Agistri for a swim, a small heaven situated in Saronic Gulf, smothered in plants and trees, with pine trees "touching" its crystal blue waters
“A small paradise covered with brilliant green pine trees a step away from Athens”
The picturesque town is filled with narrow streets where one can admire the traditional architecture of the area. An iconic feature of this town is the clock built in 1927 which can be seen from all parts of the island.
Follow old footpaths around the island to old monasteries, secluded pebbled beaches with crystal clear water & hilltops with breathtaking views and spectacular sunsets
The picturesque Hydra town, with its elegant Venetian mansions & historical buildings, provides relaxing day activities.
As cars & other motor vehicles are prohibited on the island, transportation is conducted by boat, on foot, and by donkey, witch adds to the relaxing atmosphere of the island
Hydra offers original Greek cuisine & hospitality with an array of traditional restaurants. The restaurants and bars of the area are along the beachfront & on cliff-sides with stunning views
Occupying a former fuel depot near the entrance of the port, the premises have a venerable history as a day-and-night spot; between 1958–67 it began as Lagoudera, the haunt of the beautiful people. Today it's an upscale bistro with an amazing seaside terrace.
Greek traditional cuisine with a large variety of seafood & meat dishes. One can enjoy a peaceful meal made with fresh & locally sourced ingredients with a beautiful view of the harbor.
"Spirit of tranquility"
Visit strikingly beautiful beaches offering a choice of naturalist beaches as well as organized beaches.
Don't miss the thermal springs which extend into the sea offering healing properties.
Explore the picturesque village with white washed houses, scenic churches, narrow paved alleys and beautiful little squares.
Enjoy the exquisite traditional cuisine with numerous dining options including local taverns and seafront fish taverns serving delicious local specialties and fresh seafood.
Exotic and secluded beaches with clear blue waters. Most of the beaches of Syros are located near picturesque settlements and popular attractions of Syros
The specialties of the island differed quite a bit from the usual island delicacies, as they have been influenced by other cultures, thus giving every Syrian dish a unique character with unique tasty combinations
As the night begins to fall on the cosmopolitan capital, the flickering city lights add an extra glow to the island’s effervescent night time scene
White traditional houses & blue-domed churches with thriving, colorful bougainvilleas on cobblestoned streets
Golden sand beaches with cool & clean waters along most of the island’s coastline
Choice of both modern & traditional restaurants on the waterfront
Even in the smallest village of Paros there are little bars and cute cafes to enjoy the Cycladic scenery. The main towns bustle with life, especially during the summer night
A variety of tastes in seafood & fish, original salads & appetizers & some meat dishes for those who are not fond of seafood. There is a representative list of local wines and ouzo
Antiparos is a relaxing haven just across from Paros, from which it is divided by a shallow channel just a few metres deep
The island is only 35 square kilometres but, because of its length, has 57 kilometres of beautiful coastline where golden sandy beaches & pebbly coves give way to small remote bays with blue-green waters
More than 70 beaches along a volcanic coastline with deep blue waters & unusual rock formations
Magical landscapes, rich historical legacy and culture, breathtaking views & impressive sunsets
Mediterranean gastronomy, scrumptious local delicacies & international specialties with an exceptional choice of restaurants
Natural hot springs of different temperature & water composition known for their healing properties
Cruise in the morning from Milos to one of three beautiful sandy beaches at the island of Ios.
you can reach the main port of Ios and a transfer can take you on a short ride to Ios lively main town.
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Deep, blue, clear waters, remote coves - ideal for total privacy
Picturesque architecture, charming chapels, stunning sunset with spiritual vibes
Mountainous landscapes, numerous hiking trails throughout the island, leading to hilltops with breathtaking views
Quiet but vivid nightlife - small cosy bars and clubs
Traditional taverns, local products and specialities
Explore an island rich with history as you explore the Holy Monastery of the Apocalypse, built like a towering castle, and the traditional sugar-cubed houses and mansions built around it.
If you're looking for a bit of adventure, head to Kampos beach with its water sports facilities and trained personnel who will ensure you have a fun time whether you are a beginner or a pro. Otherwise, head to Psili Ammos for a more private swim, as the beach can only be reached by boat.
The tiny gem of the Aegean, Arki, has magnificent clear waters and intact beaches, the most stunning of them all being Tiganakia.
Don't miss the cove of Agios Georgios in Agathonisi which is the main harbour of the island. Swim in its crystal waters with a backdrop of traditional white-washed houses and colourful fishing boats.
Imagine a mysterious escape destination away from the rest of the world with mesmerizing sceneries and emerald waters.
Traditional houses, mulberry trees and a picturesque natural harbor. The coastline is beautiful from the pristine beaches, countless coves and old windmills.
Golden sand and blue-green waters with a choice of organized beaches, with many facilities, beach bars and water sports centers in addition to a number of secluded beaches
Vast selection of restaurants of all cuisines including interesting fusion options and also contemporary versions of traditional Greek cuisine
Many after dinner choices – countless bars, cocktail lounges, cultural events, discos and clubs
Plenty of art galleries and ateliers to visit
Luxury shopping options