Andros Island

Andros is the second largest island of the Cyclades after Naxos. It is the northernmost island of the complex with an area of 381 sq km. It is a mountainous island with many ravines, streams, springs and verdant valleys. The many streams and wonderful climate make Andros one of the most fertile islands of the Cyclades. It is rich in fruit trees and olive groves. The famous mineral water, Sariza is produced here. Tourism plays an important role in the lives of locals in recent years and large hotel units have been constructed on the island. Andros is a typical

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Chora Sfakion Crete

Situated around the White Mountains range and the famous gorge of Samaria is the picture perfect, unspoilt village of Sfakia. This age old historical village, 72 km southeast of Chania, nestles on the hill slopes overlooking the magnificent natural harbour. The locals earn their living predominately in two areas, fishing in the bay and rearing goats inland, where they produce famous cheeses such as the delicious and famous mizithra and anthotiri. The town centre of Sfakia is a great place to start your journey along the southern coast of Crete. This traditional, calm village slumbers through the morning and wakes

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Chania Crete

Chania is the second largest city of Crete, located in the north eastern part of the island and is built on the ruins of ancient Kydonia. It is consisted of two towns, an old one, protected by the famous Venetian walls, and the new one, where most people live in nowadays. The island has the longest summer season, because of its location at the southernmost tip of Greece and Crete in the summer is usually extremely hot. Depending on where you live, you can either end up in one of the resorts filled with tourists every season of the so-called

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The Island of Evia

Evia is the second biggest island in Greece and is separated in three parts; the southern, the central and the northern. In this article we will learn more information about the last. Evia was and will always be an attractive and a low cost holiday destination, ideal both for young people and families! The North part of Evia jumps out the other tourist destinations in Greece as offering the perfect combination of the rich green mountainous forests with the excellent in beauty beaches. The entire area of North Evia has a significant history and an inheritance from many different cultures

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The island of Elafonissos

The island of Elafonissos Elafonissos (the name means in Greek ‘’the island of the deer’’) is located at the south-eastern point of the Peloponnese with acreage of ​​19 square kilometres and is only 570 metres away from the opposite Peloponnesian coast of Punta. The population of the island is just a few hundred inhabitants in winter but during the summer this number gets doubled. Also, the island is an attraction for thousands of tourists and the peak months, July and August, the overnight stays are over than 5.000 while the transport by car daily reaches the 1.600. If you want

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Elounda Crete

Elounda is a small and beautiful fishing town  located at the southeastern part of Crete and is very popular as a destination for local and foreign visitors. Elounda is an ideal place for summer holidays and there can be satisfied even the most pretentious visitor as there are activities for all. The area hosts archaeological sites, places which can visit the nature lovers and places for sport and athletic activities as golf, biking, walking and scuba diving. Also, Elounda is famous for its luxury hotels as it is said to be the place with the most five-star hotels in Greece.

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Chios Island

Chios is a popular resort among the Greeks, but not too many foreign tourists visit it. Consequently, you get a taste of real Greece there, and if you decide to explore the island of Chios, you will find some amazing beaches and villages that have remained untouched and authentic. Tourism in Chios, to some extent, is an employment of the inhabitants, but not the main source of income. One of the most important products of the island is the production of gum. The traditional Chios is an island of seafarers, especially captains. According to some, Homer was born and lived

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Corfu Island

Vacationers go to Corfu since 1940, and indeed, Corfu is one of the most popular Greek islands.  The green of nature and beautiful surroundings are excellent and the island of Corfu is ideal for exploring and driving. Many there people live from tourism, but agriculture is also an important source of income. Corfu’s architecture has been influenced mostly by Italy. The Austrian Empress Elisabeth had a palace here, the famous Achillion, which was later bought by German Emperor William B. Today, the palace has been transformed into a casino and hotel. Many international stars and public figures spend their holidays

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Angelokastro Corfu

Angelokastro is one of the most vital Byzantine Castles within Greece. It is situated on the Corfu island at the highest peak of island’s beach within northwest coast close to Palaiokastritsa, which is particularly built on the rocky and precipitous terrain. It is based on thousand ft. on the steep cliff over the beautiful sea.  As per the survey of the City of Corfu as well as mountains of the Greek mainland it stands towards the southeast as well as a large area of Corfu to the northwest and northeast.  However, the origin of this name is never cleared as

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