Schinousa offers low-key vacations with only the basic amenities. A great opportunity to recharge your batteries and enjoy the sea and sun.
Salamina is the largest Greek island in the Argosaronic Gulf and the closest one to Attica and is considered as an Athenian suburb.
Dodecanese Nisyros emits a strangely captivating energy, owed probably to the island’s active volcano, which occupies the largest part of it.
Koufonisia with their Caribbean-like beaches are considered as a tiny paradise in the Aegean and are part of the Little Cyclades.
Kimolos, island of volcanic origin, is modest, simple and straightforward: A Greek island of “homemade” charm.
Kastellorizo, the easternmost of the Greek islands, can be a unique experience for the well-informed visitors.
In the southernmost of the Dodecanese, Kasos is surprisingly rich in “content”, regarding its history, customs, music, gastronomy and famed feasts.
Known as “The Island of the Apocalypse” and “Jerusalem of the Aegean”, Dodecanese Patmos is a top religious destination with many surprises.
Alonissos is the alternative travelers’ choice in the Sporades’ islands complex. It is the largest of them all, more rugged, less touristic and unspoiled.
Tinos’ fame as a major Greek island religious centre might be misleading for other types of visitors who are not aware of its beauties.