|CYCLADES||The unique scenery found throughout the group of islands known as the Cyclades is the very image that accompanies all those who think of a holiday in Greece. They are of varying sizes scattered over the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Some of the Cycl...|
Amorgos is the easternmost island of the Cyclades. Its principal attractions are its numerous comely beaches, the remarkable traditional architecture of its hospitable settlements, and the remnants of its rich past. The history of Amorgos does not diffe...|
The small, picturesque island of Anafi is the southeasternmost island of the Cyclades Group. A beauteous, tiny piece of land emerging from the deep, it could be paralleled with Aphrodite, the ancient Greek godess of beauty, who also emerged from the wav...|
In addition to being only a short distance from the port of Rafina, Andros is a favorite destination for its charming sandy beaches and its distinct cosmopolitan atmosphere, an effect perhaps created by the coexistence of neoclassic...|
The island of Antiparos is located just off the coast of the island of Paros, of which it was a part some millennia ago. Charming, popular sandy beaches alternate with reclusive rocky bays, thus offering both fun and tranquility wit...|
The island of Delos is considered a museum island, which is full of life during the summer. Today the island is not inhabited.
Thousands of visitors-worshippers of the magnificent Ancient Greek Civilisation, can be observed on the ...|
|FOLEGANDROS||The beauteous, rocky island of Folegandros lies on the southern part of the Cyclades Group. Once a remote, disregarded destination, its popularity has been increasingly growing, creating a large number of enthusiasts who visit the island each year. A smal...|
Ios, called Nios by friends and locals, is considered to be one of the most beautiful islands of the Cyclades. It has numerous bays, large and small, which form countless beaches, some stretching at length along the coastline, others forming reclusive b...|
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This unbelievably beauteous island of the east Cyclades, though considered mountainous, offers nonetheless a verdant landscape and an abundance of spring water. It has two settlements; Agios Georgios, which is the p...|
The beauteous island of Kea has a population of about 2000 permanent residents and covers a total area of 121 sq. km. Widely known in Greece as Tzia, this green island is ideal for those seeking peace, tranquility and proximity, as it can be visited eve...|
Very close to Milos, Kimolos is an island for quite vacations, without many tourists around. The island has a surface area of 36 sq. km. with approximately 750 inhabitants.
HISTORY - CULTURE
The history of the island coincides w...|
Koufonissia is without doubt our own Caribbean. Two neighbouring Islands of Small East Cyclades, Kato and Pano Koufonissi between Amorgos and Naxos.
Pano Koufonissi (or just Koufonissi) is probably one of the smallest islands of the Cyclades with its ex...|
The picturesque island of Kythnos is a part of the Western Cyclades, with a size of 99 sq.km and a population of about 1600 inhabitants. It is a peaceful island with beautiful beaches, impressive rocky coasts, and tranquil alleys winding through the br...|
Milos, the island of Aphrodite is located in the southwestern region of the Cyclades islands, and is the third in size among them. A rich collection of monuments that includes the prehistoric Fylakopi, the winding early Christian cat...|
Mykonos, one of the most popular destinations for tourists worldwide, maintains its genuine Cycladic profile intact in spite of its massive tourism development, and enchants visitors with its crystal blue waters and its golden sandy...|
The largest island of the Cyclades, Naxos presents the greatest selection among alternating natural landscapes. A beauteous coastline gives way to a lush green interior with fertile farmlands and tree groves crossed by running water...|
Paros is a picturesque island whose cosmopolitan atmosphere attracts the attention of large numbers of tourists, yet manages to retain its warm, traditional character. The narrow, winding alley-ways, the arches, the unique small por...|
The pure white color of the houses of Santorini spread out to the precipitous rock in three hamlets: Oia, Fira, and Pyrgos. Almost 3700 years ago, the tremendous eruption of the volcano sunk most of the island of Santorini into water...|
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Schinousa Island History
Sources:The archaeological findings both on the land and at the bottom of the sea around the island such as statues ,marble columns, ceramics, byzantine temples prove that cultural and o...|
Serifos is the land where, according to myth, the great hero Perseus, slayer of the Medusa, was raised. It is small island, where not more than 1,400 inhabitants live on its 74 sq.km. It also is an ideal place for those who seek peace the harmony of a m...|
The small island of Sifnos holds a large amount of treasures. This can be said metaphorically, as a reference to its natural beauty, its tradition, its history, and its impressive monuments; but it can also be said literally, as this island of 74 sq.km ...|
Sikinos is a small island of just 40 sq.km. that validates the well known saying that ?valuable things come in small packages?. With a population of less than 250 permanent residents, it is still a rapidly developing island where visitors can enjoy the ...|
Syros is distinguished for its elegance among the rest islands of the Cycladic cluster. In addition to comely beaches with crystal clear waters, this particular island commands respect, and simply due to the fact that it is the capi...|
A glance at the island of Tinos is all that is necessary to convince the observer that the Virgin Mary has truly been watchful over the land of her most celebrated church. Beauteous beaches and picturesque landscapes are accompanied...|