Beautiful beaches offering island silhouettes on the horizon; transparent blue seas and friendly beach bars plus atmospheric villages and monasteries, archaeological treasures, world-class museums and a laid-back lifestyle pursued mostly in public, the Greek Islands have it all! The islands have unique archeological sites, a distinctive architectural heritage and the captivating local traditions of a centuries-old and complex civilization. And despite tourist development, the Greek islands have not lost their original character!
Spreading in two main seas, the Aegean and the Ionian, the Greek islands are divided into smaller groups. The most popular island group is the Cyclades islands: Santorini, Mykonos and Paros with the typical Cycladic architecture. The islands of Dodecanese and Ionian offer their own charm as well: Rhodes, Kos, Corfu and Kefalonia and then to the south is Crete, the largest of them all.
Ferries/hydrofoils for the Islands do not operate in off seasons (autumn and winter) due to weather conditions
The Cyclades Islands (meaning `circular islands`) are the most famous island group in the Aegean Sea that comprise some of the most stunning islands in the world!
The Ionian Islands is a cluster of six isles that are linked in a chain down the west coast of Greece. It is not only stunningly scenic but also has a character of its own that is set apart from other Greek islands.
Only a short distance from Turkey`s Turquoise Coast in the southeastern Aegean, the Dodecanese chain of islands lies in what is called the sunniest corner of Greece.
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