Kos Island

Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese after Rhodes and Karpathos. It lies between Nisyros and Kalymnos, close to Asia Minor. A perfect place for holidays, Kos is the greenest and most fertile island of the Dodecanese and the second in tourism after Rhodes. Kos is the birthplace of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. It is oblong in shape, flat for the most part and it has 2 low mountains (Dikaio and Sympatro) along the southern coast. Kos has much to offer visitors – mountain villages, excellent tourist infrastructure, greenery and beautiful beaches. You can travel around by

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The coast of Messinia at Peloponnese

The 100% of the beaches of Messinia have an excellent water quality, according to the data submitted by Greece to the European Environment Agency (EEA). These evidences show that Messinia is an ideal tourist destination with its spotless and pure beaches to meet the expectations of the visitors. The classification of the bathing water quality in four categories (‘excellent’, ‘good’, ‘satisfactory’ and ‘poor’). In Messinia, 50 beaches were tested ; all of them had an excellent water quality and they are awarded with the European Blue Flag. Kalamata, the capital of Messinia Kalamata is a modern city with a good layout

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The island of Lemnos

The island of Lemnos is not a usual tourist place but it is much more. The island offers everything a visitor could ask for, from more than hundred amazing golden beaches, combined with clear sapphire waters which create a unique difference with the wild but amazingly beautiful landscape, to plenty of archaeological sites and picturesque villages. The morphology and geography of Lemnos is stunning with its strange capes and the underwater caves like the famous Cave of Philoctetes. Having successfully kept its traditional beauty and charm, Lemnos can give you a guaranteed refreshing holiday time. It is very easy to

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The island of Milos

Milos is the fifth biggest island of the Cyclades island complex in the south-western part of the Aegean Sea. The island is 86 nautical miles away from Piraeus and during the summer months, the transport is frequently. Its highest peak, Profitis Ilias, is about 751 meters above the sea level. Milos is a volcanic island which is reasonably hilly, with relatively low mountains and with low vegetation. The flora and fauna of Milos are quite rich with many rare species which are protected by the Natura 2000. The permanent residents of Milos are approximately 5000. Adamantas is the central port,

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