Naxos holidays are really popular, not only because Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades islands complex, but also because it features so many hidden beauties that you can discover. As it is a big island, it satisfies the taste of every visitor: the one that is looking for all day and night long entertainment, but also the one who is looking for peace and quietness. You will see families, youth and alternative visitors. But which are the things that you should definitely see during Naxos holidays?
Andros holidays is a popular option for many travelers who want to explore Cyclades islands. Andros Town, Batsi, countless beaches and small villages, will make you keep Andros in your heart forever. It is the greenest island in the Aegean, as it features waterfalls, green canyons and slopes full of vegetation. Even if you spend your holidays in Athens or another island nearby, you should visit Andros at least for a weekend trip.
Kefalonia holidays presents so many attractions and magical beaches, that it will be really difficult for you to choose which of them you will visit during your holidays. Kefalonia is one of the best options for anyone wants to visit the Ionian islands. Indeed, the seven days may be very few to meet the beauties of the island, but enough to fall in love with this place forever!
If you decide to spend Rhodes holidays, in Dodecanese, you will realize that it is a really “generous” island: vast sandy beaches, emerald waters, castles and ancient cities, gourmet restaurants, luxury holiday homes, and villages, where people still bake bread in the oven. Rhodes is the island of Knights, the island of the legendary Colossus of Rhodes, the island where Byzantines, Greeks, Venetians, Italians, Turks left their mark. There, the sea routes of the Aegean and the coast of the Middle East, meet each other.
Are you planning to spend Zakynthos holidays in the Ionian islands this summer? We would agree that this is one of the best options for holidays in Greece! Zakynthos, known as “Zante” or “Fiore di Levante”, is an Ionian island with unique natural beauty. It is the southernmost island of the group and the third in area and population. It is located south of Kefalonia and west of Peloponnese. Its privileged geographic location offers you the chance to visit easily the other islands of the Ionian or the opposite Peloponnesian coast.
Have you chosen to spend your holidays in Cyclades islands this year? Summer brings the most upbeat, music and cultural Cyclades festivals that will certainly excite you! Take part in them and enjoy a unique experience, in the background of the starry sky and the shimmering sea.
Tinos holidaysis one of the most popular options for anyone who wants to explore the Greek islands. Tinos is a small island located in the Aegean Sea, and it is part of the famous Cyclades islands. It is popular all over the world due to the icon of Virgin Mary that was found on the island. The icon attracts thousands of pilgrims every year.
Samos island is one of the most popular Greek islands, located on the East Aegean Sea, across the shores of Minor Asia. The island has a true natural beauty that features lush green mountainous landscapes, endless vineyards across the island, picturesque fishing villages and breathtaking sandy beaches. It also enjoys a very conducive temperate climate, which makes it an ideal holiday destination.
Ionian island hopping is very popular and the islands are well known to tourists from all over the world for their stunning sandy beaches, beautiful crystal clear waters, the scenic landscape that flourishes with lush vegetation, and the untouched picturesque villages. What’s amazing about the Ionian Islands is that they are located close together, which makes easy the transfer from one Island to another. This makes the Ionian a perfect destination for island hopping while on vacation, where you can spend a few days on one island and then hop on to the next.
Sporades island hopping is great in order for you to enjoy the beauty of this group of islands located in the Aegean Sea, opposite the eastern coast of Greece. It consists of 24 islands, but only 4 of them are inhabited permanently: Alonissos, Skyros, Skopelos, and Skiathos.