The island of Kefalonia

The island of Kefalonia which is also known as Cephalonia is the largest island of the Ionian Islands in the western Greece with 36.550 permanent habitats. Argostoli is known as the capital of this beautiful island. The island was almost razed in 1953 after one impressively strong earthquake and started to be rebuilt by its residents. Since then, the island is a continuously developing into a high quality tourist destination. Between the beautiful Lefkada and the popular Zakynthos, it is a much loved cosmopolitan tourist trail.  It seems to be growing each year as the number of visitors is increasing. 

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The island of Lesvos

Lesvos is fairly considered as the island of harmony and the beauty, of the literature and the cultural prosperity. Lesvos Island with an extent of 1.632 km2 is the third in size island of the Aegean Sea, after Evia and Crete. It is 188 nautical miles from Piraeus, 218 from Thessaloniki, 55 from its neighbour island Chios and impresses the visitor with its beautiful olive groves and the beaches that dispose of. The capital of the island is Mytilene and the entire island has a population of 100.000 residents. The relief of the ground is mainly lowland, it has also low

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Naxos Island

Whether looking for a place to relax, enjoy the sea and sun, or just want to see and do as much as possible, or just have fun, Naxos is the place for you. Naxos is generally a green island, the largest of the Cycladic islands and very different from the neighboring islands. The uniqueness of Naxos is due to the varied landscape. It is an island with mountains, valleys and verdant plains, rivers and springs, caves and sandy beaches. It is one of the most popular islands for local and foreign tourists and thus has a good tourist infrastructure. However,

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The town of Nafpaktos

The town of Nafpaktos is not very famous or popular among comparing it with other Greek destinations. But doubtless is one of the most picturesque places on the Greek mainland. Nafpaktos has an old fashioned and Medieval atmosphere which impresses the visitors. Attractions as the charming scenery, the Venetian port and the plenty of beautiful surrounding beaches make the town the perfect destination. The port is the most prettily scenic of the town while on the hill above the town is located an impressive Venetian Castle with breathtaking view of the Gulf and the coasts of Peloponnese opposite Nafpaktos. The

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The Island of Kalymnos

If you are a fan of the rock climbing then the Island of Kalymnos is your place. Kalymnos is an island close to the Turkish coasts and located between the two islands of Leros and Kos at the northern side of the Dodecanese. The island is covered by rocky mountains and is an ideal place for the rock climbers. The most dedicated rock climbers visit this island every September to enjoy the International Climbing Festival. There are several relaxing resorts constructed on the beach front. The tourists love to stay near the beach to enjoy the activities there. For those

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The Island of Kythnos

In the western part of the Cyclades sits a beautiful mountainous island called Kythnos. The Athenians are especially attracted to this area on summer weekends to gaze at the wild beauty, picturesque architecture and lovely beaches. The most traditional villages  on Kythnos Island are Chora and Driopida with stone houses and paved streets. The other villages Loutra and Merihas have the many tourist facilities. Soft sand and crystal water can be found on the beach of Kolona. The other beaches here in Kythnos Greece are private and serene for relaxing. The rest islands of the Cycladic island complex such as

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Loutraki

Loutraki is a special heavenly place blessed with a temperate Mediterranean climate which gives the tourist equal opportunities for both summer and winter breaks. Beautiful beaches with crystal clear blue seas surround the town. The rich green pine forests of the Geraneia Mountains extend away from the city into the horizon making Loutraki a truly magical place of pure beauty… Tourism is boosted by the natural elements which favour this area. Sunshine lasts throughout the year. There is a total absence of humidity. The sea and mountains blend into the stunning scenic beauty and of course the famous medicinal natural

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Mykonos Island

Perhaps the most famous Greek island, Mykonos has always been one of the most popular tourist islands. However, the island still maintains its cycladic features and traditional look, consisted of white houses with blue details, old windmills, little churches and paved twisted narrow streets. Ancient Delos is a really special place to be, as it was considered by the ancient Greeks to be one of the holiest of sanctuaries, the fixed point around which the other Cycladic islands circled… You can go there by boat, about half an hour distance from Mykonos, and spend the whole day exploring places such

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The islands of Koufonisia

The islands of Koufonisia are in fact a complex of consisting of two islands; these are the island of Pano Koufonisi which is settled and has a lot of tourist amenities, and the island Kato Koufonisi which is entirely unoccupied and can be visited only for a beach trip from Pano Koufonissi. Situated between the beautiful Cycladic islands of Naxos and Amorgos, Koufonisia islands are a wonderful place for leisure, fantastic for walking and cycling. There are many incredible beaches to visit and some of them are nudist areas. In fact, most of the activities in Koufonisia are concentrated in

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Lefkada Island

Lefkada, the “Emerald Isle” is a beautiful island in the Ionian Sea and is situated between Corfu and Kefalonia. It is the fourth largest of the Ionian Islands. The island lies near the coast of Acarnania in western Greece. Many historians such as Thucydides and Strabo mention it in their writings not as an island but as a peninsula. Around the island of Lefkada there are 20 other smaller islands such as Meganisi (sailors’ island), Kalamos, Kastos, Madouri, Scorpion, Sparta, Kythros, Thileia and together they constitute the prefecture of Lefkada. The island got its name from the white cliffs located

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