The rocky island of Folegandros, lying between Sikinos and Milos in Southern Cyclades, is a paradise of peace. The small Karavostasi harbor is a very quite village with a few houses, bars and traditional tavernas scattered along the beach.
Amorgos, a wonderful Island out of the main commercial routes, characterized by a very steep eastern coast and a gentler western one featuring peaceful beaches and tiny peninsulas. The main attraction on the island is the fantastic and snow-white Monastery of Hozoviotissis.
Milos is a real must for those visiting Greece even because the legend says that if you haven’t seen Milos you haven’t seen Greece. Due to its spectacular and varied landscape, including Sarakiniko and Kleftiko just to name a few, Milos makes an unforgettable holiday destination.
Animated and hectic, Syros is the administrative capital of the Cyclades and is the only island in the Aegean that doesn’t live on tourism only. This lends Syros a special charm not to mention the authentic and ancient traditions.
One of the most renowned and popular islands of the Dodecanese, celebrated for the marvellous architectural style of the houses lining the sides of the animated and fascinating port of Gialos.