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The most famous island group in the Aegean Sea comprises some of the most beautiful islands in the world! Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue, traditional lifestyle, folk music, warm, hospitable people and barren landscapes with  isolated chapels turn a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience.

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DAY 1Cyclades

Kea is a small island in the Cyclades that got known to the modern world when Titanc's sister ship Britannica sunk here in 1916.

The wreck is still here, and there is constant activity around it. The island in itself is a charming little paradise and it is still a very genuine place to visit. There are a few taverns and cafes, and the place is slow. the most famous sight on the island is the Lion of Kea. It is a big, archaic sculpture of the mythical lion. The monastery of Panagia Kastriani, which dates back to the 18th century, is also worth a visit.

There are many sandy beaches on Kea, like Otzias, Koundouros and Korissia. At Koundouros you'll find most of the water sports. Don't forget to try out some of the delicious local specialties, such as the local sausages, pork dish "Paspala", cheese and wine, as well as some of the sweets made with local honey.



The most famous of the islands in Greece and one of the world's most popular holiday resorts has been welcoming visitors for over half a century.

Mykonos is a grand example of unique Cycladic architecture set around a picturesque fishing village bay. White little houses with flowers and blue windows and doors, hand painted streets, windmills, pigeon keepers, chimneys, lots of little
churches and wonderful restaurants and

cafes set the scenery for a wonderful holiday. Walk along the narrow paved alleys, enjoy the wonderful view of the bluest sky reflecting on the crystal clear turquoise waters.

The beaches are generally very busy. It is worth exploring the little bays on the south side, that have made the island of Mykonos the most visited island of Greece. And a walk through the " Little Venice" , with the sea caressing your feet, will enchant you.



Paros is situated in the heart of the Cyclades. Serene landscape with fertile valleys and rolling hills dotted with small churches and monasteries, endless sandy beaches with sparking blue waters, famous monuments from its rich ancient and medieval past, picturesque white villages bathed in the unique , dazzling Aegean light.

Paros has many beaches and it difficult to say which one is the best. Just like anywhere else in Greece, you will find little bars and taverns even in the smallest village on Paros.

If you really want to party, its best to stay in Patrikia –that's where the clubs and discos are.

All of the above, along with warm hospitality, excellent tourist facilities, rich cultural life, cosmopolitan ambience but also the possibility of seclusion, have combined to make Paros one of the most favorite sports in the Cyclades.


Santorini, Greece is, along with Mykonos, the most famous Greek holiday destination. It is a small group of volcanic islands and its name was given by the Venetians in reference to Saint Irene.

The legend says that may be the lost City of Atlantis was once part of the island! The most famous beaches of Santorini are Perissa, Kamari, Monolithos and the Red beach.

Most beaches have in common the distinctive black sand and deep blue waters. The most famous villages on the island are Oia and Fira.

There are built over huge cliffs and offer extraordinary views over the sea and the submerged volcano. It has been said that the sunsets in Santorini are the best in the world.

The breathtaking view all around will cast a spell on your heart.



Tinos is one of the biggest Greek islands of the Cyclades. Tinos is infamous for its huge church of Panagia (virgin Mary) which has a miraculous icon and is attracting thousands of believers from all over the country on the 15th of august, the day we celebrate the virgin's passing away.

This island has many picturesque mountainous villages, superb dove cotes and a tradition in marble carving. There are many magnificent beaches on the island of Tinos. Most of beaches are of golden sand or pebble.

They all have with crystal clear waters and are surrounded by breathtaking landscape.


This Cycladic island with wonderful town, Ermoupolis, is the capital of all the Cyclades. Syros is full of beauties and charms created by its unspoiled landscape, its authenticity and its traditional villages.

The town of the island is full of Venetian and neoclassical buildings which make it one of the most beautiful towns of the country. The Ermou- polis City Hall is one of the finest samples of the island's architecture and style.

The most post popular braches of Syros are placed to the southern part of the island. Some of them are sandy and others are pebbled.

They all have crystalline waters, with the most famous among them being Agathopes, Galissas, Megas Gialos and Kini. The villagers of ano Syros and the medieval village are some of the most picturesque sights on Syros.


The picturesque island of Kythnos, is located between Kea and Serifos islands. An unspoiled and very Greek island in every aspect. Locals are very friendly and the pace of life is quite slow. the island is quiet and offers some nice and secluded sandy beaches, ideal for relaxation.

Chora is the island's capital, and it is a picturesque village in medieval style. Here, you can visit the Church of Triniy. Driopis is also a very pretty village, with typically winding streets and laid-back atmosphere.

There is a small folklore museum here.

In Kanada there is a small church dedicated to the Virgin Mary, with icons of healing powers. In Kythnos there are a few good beaches here that you can either walk or take the boat to.

Episkopi and Apok- roussi are very nice, but you can also stay in the harbour Merichans if you want.


Since ancient times, Piraeus has been a port of great commercial and historical impor- tance. When Themistocles saw its potentials and built the Great Walls around the port, the city became more powerful than ever.

In medieval times, Piraeus was known as Porto Leone, a name due to the enormous stone lion, which guarded the port's entrance. The life in Piraeus was always bonded with the sea.

Today, besides the main port, visitors can enjoy walking along the two smaller harbours of Marina Zea and Mikrolimano, which are full of small restaurants and picturesque cafes.

A stroll among the beauti- ful old houses of Kastella is also worth taking.

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