Anafi is a Cycladic island in the Aegean Sea, east of Santorini, with unique natural beauty and splendid unexplored beaches. Chora, the capital, is located in the southern part of the island and is characterized as a traditional settlement. It is built amphitheatrically on the ruins of a Venetian castle, offering unlimited view of the […]


Achaia is located in the northwestern part of the Peloponnese, between the Corinthian Gulf to the east and the Patraikos Gulf to the west. The region has a great history and has played an important role in the cultural tradition of the Peloponnese. Patras, the capital of Achaia, is the largest economic, commercial and cultural […]


Amorgos is the easternmost island of the Cyclades, famous for its stunning unique landscape and its unspoiled nature. The island is characterized by wild high mountains that fall steeply into the sea and its amazing sandy, pebble and rocky beaches. Amorgos has been inhabited since the prehistoric era and features many important archeological sites and […]


Lefkada is a beautiful verdant island on the Ionian Sea with numerous bays and amazing beaches. Although less well known than Corfu and Kefallonia, and despite its small size, Lefkada hosts some of the most extraordinary landscapes in Europe. The island offers a unique natural beauty, characterized by a mountainous terrain with dramatic cliffs, immaculate […]


Cyprus is the third largest island of the Mediterranean Sea, located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, at the southeast end of Europe. Settled at the crossroad between Europe and Asia, Cyprus offers more than 10 millennia history and a rich cultural tradition. The island is also known for its unique natural beauty, which […]


The most cosmopolitan island of the Sporades, Skiathos, is one of the most popular destinations in Greece. Its beautiful natural harbour is a heaven for yachts and small boats, a feature which gives the island a strong cosmopolitan character. The town of Skiathos is also known for its picturesque paved streets and whitewashed houses with […]


Samos is one of the largest islands in the eastern Aegean Sea. Due to its geographical location, which secured maritime communications and trade with the coasts of Asia Minor, the island has known significant development since Antiquity. Samos offers great archaeological treasures, such as the Ancient Theater and the Roman Baths, the Eupalinus tunnel, one […]


Antiparos is a small island in the heart of the Cyclades, less than a nautical mile from Paros. The central settlement is located at the northeastern part of the island, opposite the Pounta port of Paros, connected by ferry. The castle is the historical center of the island, a typical example of the fortified settlements […]


Aetolia-Acarnania is a historic beautiful region located on Western Greece, near the island of Lefkas to the Ionian Sea and the Peloponnese. The town of Antirrio is the most important node between Western Greece and the Peloponnese. The connection is made by a ferry, while the famous Rion-Antirrio bridge is nearby. The largest town in […]


Fthiotida is located in Central Greece, limited by the Gulf of Evia and Magnesia in the east, the plain of Larissa in the north, the mountains of Karpenissi and Parnassos in the south west. The capital and largest town of Fthiotida is Lamia, built in a strategic position on the outskirts of Mount Othrys, with […]


Messinia, in the south-western Peloponnese, is a hospitable place with endless olive groves and wonderful plains, surrounded to the north by the Arcadian Mountains, to the east by Mount Taygetos, to the south of the Messinian Gulf and to the west by the Ionian Sea. It is a region with beautiful beaches, small coves but […]


Patmos, the island of Apocalypse or Jerusalem of the Aegean, as it is called, is one of the most important religious destinations worldwide and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known as the holy island of the Dodecanese, where John the Evangelist lived in exile and wrote the Apocalypse, the last book of the […]