The Greek islands


Guide to the islands of Greece

Everyone who has visited any of the many Greek islands has witnessed an immense natural beauty and admits that they have never encountered anything like it anywhere else in the world.
Although all the Greek islands present an unforgettable charm and beauty, each island is unique without looking like any other. By choosing the Ionian Islands, you will strongly feel the Venetian influence, while if you visit the Cyclades, you will be overwhelmed by the classic traditional style that prevails everywhere in the atmosphere.
If you really want to spend your holidays in the Greek islands, you have many options. Wherever you go you will find what you are looking for because all the islands offer something for everyone, even the most demanding visitors. Rest assured that these holidays will be unforgettable.


The Cyclades Islands are the most famous holiday destination in Greece. These are 39 islands, 24 of which are habitable, all known from the white churches that dominate every tourist publication, creating contrast with the deep blue of the sky and the sea. Among them are Mykonos, Santorini, Naxos and Paros, one of the most popular islands for Greek and foreign tourists.
In addition to the remarkable points of interest that one can visit, they offer visitors many places of entertainment, such as bars, cafes, restaurants, clubs and the ability to develop any kind of activity.

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The Dodecanese islands are located in the northeastern tip of the Aegean and are another popular tourist destination. The Dodecanese Islands offer excellent destinations for enjoyable vacations.
Rhodes, Kos, Symi and Karpathos are among the largest and most famous islands in the Dodecanese that attract a large number of visitors in the summer. With beautiful beaches and interesting attractions to visit, the islands offer something special to their visitors.
The Dodecanese combine natural beauty with a remarkable history and offer the visitor unique tourist scenery and many options for quiet or intense holidays.


Another long-distance tourist destination in the Greek seas is the islands of the Northeast Aegean. Although many of the islands are relatively well known, they are all ideal destinations for a Greek holiday. Among them you can find Chios, Lesvos, Samos, islands with endless sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and unique natural landscapes. Each island has its own beauty and charm and offers its visitors an alternative proposal, in the face of the crowds and a wide variety of proposals that the large and popular islands have.


The islands of the Saronic Gulf are one of the busiest tourist destinations with very easy access as they are very close to the port of Piraeus, as well as the coast of the Peloponnese.
Aegina is the largest island of the Saronic Gulf and the closest to the port of Piraeus, while Spetses, Poros and Hydra are farther away but the distance between them is small. The islands have wonderful beaches ideal for summer excursions and more.
Whichever of the Saronic islands you visit, you can be sure that you will enjoy every moment there as each one has its own special beauty and magic.


Visitors to Central and Northern Greece have the opportunity to visit the beautiful islands of the Sporades.
These include Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros, which are destinations of unique natural beauty and tranquility. Drowned in lush vegetation, they offer the visitor moments of relaxation and tranquility away from the intense rhythms of everyday life.
Skyros belongs to the Sporades and is located northeast of Evia. It is a beautiful island, with authentic character, natural beauties and excellent tourist organisation ideal for enjoyable holidays of tranquility and relaxation.