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Folegandros, the modest little island residing between the islands of Paros and Santorini. It's unspoiled charm and traditional Cycladic architecture make this island postcard perfect. Boasting natural beaches with fine sands and icy blue waters, colourful villages and a calm ambience, this is the island of idyllic aesthetics and serenity. The island's close proximity to the surrounding Cycladic islands make it ideal for island hopping and its underdeveloped tourism make it a great choice for a quiet getaway!Welcome to Folegandros!   Beaches Folegandros's

Joined to the mainland by a small bridge, the island of Lefkada has some of the most dramatic landscapes in the Mediterranean. Known as the ‘Caribbean of Greece’, this exotic island is wildly famous for its white sand beaches and mesmerizing waters. The whole island is blanketed in lush green vegetation and fringed with imposing white cliffs that together create a tropical paradise. In addition to its picture-perfect beaches, Lefkada also possesses charming seaside villages, a delicious cuisine and a wealth

In the heart of the Aegean Sea lies the largest and greenest island of the Cyclades, Naxos. This lovely island has managed to remain off the radar of mainstream tourism and therefore offers an uncrowded setting even in peak season. Lush green landscapes, untouched sandy beaches and enchanting villages perched upon mountainsides offer an array of attractions and activities to enjoy. Naxos also possesses a captivating history that is evident in its harmonious blend of Medieval and Cycladic architecture. Venetian castles,

The butterfly shaped island of Astypalea lies in the southeastern Aegean sea and is a part of the Dodecanese group of islands. This lovely little island has yet to be discovered by mass tourism and so makes a great alternative destination. Although Astypalea belongs to the Dodecanese group of islands, it’s architecture and charm is very much Cycladic, with its white washed houses, Venetian castles, traditional windmills and blue domed chapels. The island also boasts wonderful beaches of natural beauty offering

The teeny tiny Greek island of Elafonissos is found between the Peloponnese and the island of Kythira, and measures just 19 square meters in size. This untouched island is jeweled with sparkling, turquoise waters and soft white sands. It only possesses one small village, its capital of the same name, where most of the island’s vibrancy is concentrated. Tangerine sunsets, pretty landscapes and mesmerizing beaches make this the perfect destination for seclusion and relaxation! Welcome to Elafonissos! Aerial view of Simos beach in

On the Northern side of the Cyclades floating just under the island of Andros lies the enchanting island of Tinos. In addition to it’s golden bays, deep teal waters and charming rural villages, the island is also home to the famous Panagia Evangelistria that attracts thousands of visitors to this spiritual island each summer. Welcome to the very authentic and very vibrant island of Tinos! Beaches Tinos, like most of the Cycladic islands, boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Proudly settled in the Aegean Sea lies the very famous island, Santorini. It’s recognised worldwide by its sea of white and blue sugar cube houses and its breathtaking sunsets. Formed by a colossal volcano in 1646 BC, this rugged island is now a ‘bucket list’ destination and receives over two million tourists yearly. Possessing lava hardened pebbled beaches, cliff sides that glisten a rainbow of colours and pretty villages that cling at dizzying heights, it’s no wonder that Santorini is the

Nestled between the port of Athens and the island of Naxos lies the bold and feisty island, Mykonos. This top destination is where the fun happens! Famed for its epic beach parties, legendary clubs, exotic beaches and cosmopolitan vibes, it’s no wonder that this island has been referred to as “The Ibiza of Greece”. In addition to its vibrant nightlife, Mykonos is also renowned for its minimal Cycladic architecture. White washed houses with minimal pops of colour create the island’s luxurious

Serifos is one of the Cycladic islands found in the Aegean Sea. It is not overdeveloped and therefore offers natural landscapes and a relaxing atmosphere. The island’s capital Chora, is considered to be one of the most picturesque capitals of the Cyclades and the island’s 81km coastline provides some of the most amazing beaches in the Aegean Sea. Welcome to Serifos!   Beaches With the island’s lengthy coastline, Serifos boasts an abundance of unspoiled beaches possessing wild beauty and serenity. Agios Sostis: 7km East of