The largest of the Ionian Islands, on the west coast of Greece, offering diverse and dramatic scenery with a rugged inner mountain range and some outstanding beaches and cliffs, and even some remains of a past Roman civilization. Once voted 10th in a world scenic beauty league, it has many wonderful bays and inlets. The northern rocky coastline has small and clean, pebble beaches while those on the southern shores are long and sandy.
The island of Kefalonia has escaped mass tourism and was the location of Captain Corelli`s Mandolin, set in war-time Kefalonia with Nikolas Cage and it put Kefalonia firmly on the `must visit` list of destinations. Take one look at the place and you`ll see why its scenery was deserving of the big screen. Tree-studded hills stand guard over sprawling vineyards, and honey-hued sands are kissed by turquoise waters. Due to a major earthquake in 1953, it offers a fairly modern feel, despite that the island is extremely appealing, with its stunning harbors, plentiful walking trails and popular Greek tavernas.
The most extraordinary island in the Aegean. The unique caldera, the ruins of Ancient Thira and Akrotiri plus the energy and the beauty of the island make it a must see destination!
A top European summer destination, offering magnificent beaches and scuba diving centers. The nightlife is an essential Mykonian attraction, made of famous clubs and taverns.
Offering beaches and excellent scuba diving, windsurfing and horse riding opportunities plus charming towns and villages. The old fishing village of Naoussa is a top destination with its Venetian castle.
Best known as the center of the Minoan civilization (ca. 2600-1400 BCE), the oldest civilization in Europe. The main attractions include the Minoan sites of Knossos and Phaistos, the classical site of Gortys, the Venetian castle in Rethymno, and the Samaria Gorge.
Offering over 300 days of sunshine yearly with the cleanest Aegean beaches and splendid natural spots. It is a combination of modern and ancient. High points are the acropolis in Lindos and the Mount Attavyros.
An island of tropical beauty, endless beaches soaked in history and ruins, with Kos town`s fortress and the Asklepion (Hippocrates` ancient sanatorium).
an Ionian Island located between mainland Greece and Italy, it offers a cosmopolitan feeling combined with a special traditional character. Dotted with lovely villages, wonderful beaches and the Old Town with its the characteristic Venetian style.
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