A constellation of islands for all tastes: from the most fun in Mykonos to relax in Egina.

The Greek islands are surely among the most beautiful in Europe. They are known for their rocky coasts, sandy beaches and especially for the sun, and they represent the ideal destination for those who love nature and especially the sea.

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It is really a constellation of islands, which seem jewels in the Greek sea and which can be reached not only from Greece, but also taking the opportunity of a holiday in Rhodes, celebrated by poets as the “Island of Roses”, in Crete, with its crystalline sea and pink beaches, in Santorini with its blue sea and the white houses of Fira, or in Corfù, the green island surrounded by the blue Ionian Sea.

Egina is very interesting island, because it offers both historical sites and a beautiful unexplored nature, far from the mass tourism. Ikaria is one of the most beautiful Greek islands, which is very similar to the beautiful locations of the Amalfi Coast.

Tilos is made up of many mountains, with plants and wildlife, which makes it a perfect travel destination for those who love nature and walking in natural environments.

Santorini is the ideal island if you are looking for a romantic holiday, and its cliff overlooking the sea is a great attraction for the brave tourists.

In Zante island you can find an uncontaminated nature where you can choose different activities, such as canoeing, mountain trekking and surfing, or simply relaxing on the beach.

Mykonos is one of the most popular and crowded islands of Greece, with its famous and picturesque fishing villages along the bay, the very characteristic, narrow streets, it is an excellent place to have fun thanks to many clubs and nightlife.

So you need more than one holiday in Greece to enjoy all these beautiful landscapes, for this reason  who has already been there wants to come back..


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