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The Islands



Greece is well known for its dazzling beaches and boasting over 1400 picturesque islands dotting the blue Aegean Sea to the east, the Mediterranean Sea to the south, and the Ionian Sea to the west.  


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Santorini is another popular tourist destination. The beautiful black sand beaches , whitewashed houses to jagged landscape, awash with beautiful vistas, amazing views from all over the city. 


A day cruise to Saronic islands of Hydra, Poros  and  Aegina

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Hydra, an artists delight, the small narrow stone-paved streets waiting to be explored on foot or by the island’s traditional “vehicle” – the saddled donkey, captivating walks along the old seaside promenade, crystal clear waters, radiant traditional fine-craft shops, the beauty of Hydra will conquer you forever!

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Poros is the smallest of the three islands, separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow strait and offering a most enchanting view of Poros Town. Again, with shops and cafes dotted around the harbour. Explore the island on your own, browsing for souvenirs, or indulge in a Greek coffee or simply soaking up the easy-going atmosphere of the village. 


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Aegina, the largest of the Saronic Islands, famous for sea food and pistachio nuts.


Panagitsa Church

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By Jebulon--, CC0


Mykonos is another widely known beach destination but this one is for the partiers. Located on an island in the Aegean Sea, the club scene is like no other. There is no shortage of dance floor and famous DJs filling them during the wild summer months. The night scene is exciting! 

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Ancient windmill,  overlooking Mykonos' main town Chora and harbour

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Monastery Panagia Tourliani 

By Marco Verch -, flickr CC BY 2.0


Paraportiani Church

By Herbert Aust - Pixabay 

Old Port

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Elia Beach

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Skopelos – The Mamma Mia Island!

The picture-perfect setting and  unspoiled charm make Skopelos a popular holiday destination, especially for families and couples. You can smell the sea breeze in each corner of its streets and find out its history strolling around the cobbled streets.

Skopelos has become one of the famous Greek Islands  as one of the filming locations of the Hollywood movie Mamma Mia. The charming church of Agios Ioannis Kastri, where the wedding scenes of the movie were filmed, is known as the Mamma Mia church!

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Skopelos beaches boast a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea, diving into the crystal clear waters and lazing under the sun are some of the best things to do during your Skopelos holidays!


The church of  Virgin Mary 

By Dimitris Vetsikas -  Pixabay 
By Dimitris Vetsikas -  Pixabay 
By Dimitris Vetsikas -  Pixabay 

Agios Ioannis Kastri Church

By Dimitris Vetsikas -  Pixabay 
By Dimitris Vetsikas -  Pixabay 
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