The Magical Destination Of Kea That Satisfies The Taste Of The Visitors

Combining a unique natural landscape, wonderful beaches, beautiful coves, fascinating sights and rich historical tradition, Kea is a magical destination that satisfies the taste of even the most demanding visitor.⁣ ⁣ Its close distance from Athens makes it easily accessible all year round, for many Athenians and not only, who are looking for two-day getaways [...]
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Serifos, A Place That Will Impress You

In Serifos you will meet places that will impress you. The picturesque Chora perched on the rock, whose view is breathtaking as soon as you see it and waiting to be discovered, the villages of Galani, Kentarchos or Kallitsos and Sykamia built on the slopes of the hills, the cosmopolitan Livadi Port that gathers almost [...]
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Tzia, a Beautiful Island & One of the Most Popular Destinations in the Cyclades Archipelago

Kea (also known as tzia) is a beautiful island and one of the most popular destinations in the Cyclades archipelago due to its short distance (just 16 nautical miles) from the east coast of Attica. The intense changes of the landscape will surely impress you: steep mountains with green meadows, deep shaded valleys, lush olive [...]
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Sifnos, a Greek Island that Offers Sun, Clear Waters and Sandy Beaches

Sifnos island offers the sun, crystal clear waters and sandy beaches that every tourist longs for. Kamares, the port of the island, is a place where the blue waters meet the golden sand where you can enjoy your fishing trip. ⁣ ⁣ You may also find the colonies of the well-known marine plant "Posidonia Oceanica" formed [...]
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Discover Naxos, the Island that Herodotus Describes as “The most Prosperous of the Islands in Greece”

Herodotus describes Naxos island as the most prosperous of the greek islands. Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades and according to mythology, Zeus grew up there and had his son #Dionysus, the god of wine. The Temple of Dionysus️ was built in honor of the god after he made Naxos fertile land, full of [...]
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