Athens is the historical capital of Europe. Athens has a long long history, dating from the first settlement in the Neolithic age.
The port of Piraeus is the chief port in Greece, the largest passenger port in Europe and the third largest in the world.
The Port Authority of Rafina SA. (“PAR. SA.”) was founded in 2001 by no. 2932/01 Law , following the amendment of Rafina Port Authority
Patras is the third largest city in Greece. Located on the northern side of the Peloponnese, Patras has a large port.
Nafpaktos is a beautiful city, built amphitheatrically on a pine filled hillside. It has 18,231 permanent residents.
Delos is a small isolated island, located just 2 miles to the south west of the well known Mykonos.
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Greece has been a favorite travel destination for decades because of its stunning islands, beaches, azure seas and laid-back Mediterranean lifestyle. Through time this has led Greece to becoming a desired market for real estate purchasers – be they either for summer holiday homes in lieu of rentals, all-year residence or for retirement. Find out about real estate in Greece.
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Amorgos is the easternmost island of the Greek Cyclades island group, and the nearest island to the neighboring Dodecanese island group. Amorgos has ferry connections with Paros, Naxos, Mykonos, Syros, Donousa, Iraklia, Astypalea and Piraeus. Read more . . .
Antiparos used to be known as Oliaros, is a small inhabited island in the southern Aegean, at the heart of the Cyclades, which is less than one nautical mile from Paros, the port to which it is connected with a local ferry. Read more . . .
Donousa is an island that has exploited with tourists in the recent years and is getting more and more new fans each year. You can enjoy a carefree swimming at pristine beaches and crystal clear waters, walks through the narrow streets of the village or hike along the traditional paths. Read more
Hydra’s fame has spread beyond the borders of Greece, reaching as far as the other side of the world. All visitors to the island talk of the pretty harbor with the traditional houses built spread over the rocky slopes of the surrounding hills. Read more . . .
Iraklia belongs to the group of islands known as The Small Cyclades. There are two settlements on the small island: The port, Ayios Georgios and Panayia, which are joined by a 4 km long tarmac road. The distance from the port of Naxos Island is 18 nautical miles. Read more . . .
Makronissos (Long Island), or Makronisi and Giaros, are two uninhabited islands with an astonishing, dark history. Located in the Aegean sea of Greece, close to the coast of Attica, facing the port of Lavrio and they belong to the Cyclades. Read more . . .
Naxos is the largest Greek island in the Cyclades. It was the centre of archaic Cycladic culture. The largest town and capital of the island is Chora or Naxos City, with 6,533 inhabitants. Read more. . .
Schinoussa is one of the smallest islands that belongs to the Cyclades or the small Cyclades as we call Schinoussa, Koufonisia, Iraklia and Donousa. Schinoussa is a quiet heaven for those that are searching for a relaxing time to spend in a small paradise. Read more. . .
Serifos, is a small virgin, unspoiled Greek island located on the west side of the Cyclades, towards the south of Kythnos and to the northwest side of Sifnos. The area of the island is 75.207 km² and the population is about 1,014. Read more. . .
Sifnos is the fourth island of the Western Cyclades (Kea – Kythnos – Serifos – Sifnos – Kimolos – Sifnos), which form a circle and guard the Virgin island of Tιnos. Sifnos keeps the first place in the circular shape around the sacred island of Apollo. Read more. . .
Spetses is an island that is located on the right of the entrance of the Saronic Gulf islands, and only 1,5 nautical mile away from the Peloponnesian coast. The island is 52 nautical miles away from the port of Piraeus, to which there are daily connections. Read more . . .
THE BEST BEACHES IN GREECE
Ayios Georgios beach on Antiparos
Ayios Georgios on Antiparos is an area well known for its small but very beautiful sandy beaches. It is located on the south eastern coast of Antiparo
Soros beach on Antiparos
Soros Beach is a long sandy beach with small pebbles that is located on the southern side of the small island of Antiparos. Some of the choices of acc
Mylopotas beach on Ios
This is a long white beach with sun beds and umbrellas for rent, Mylopotas beach is the most popular beach on Ios and is well worth visiting. It was
Red beach on Santorini
The red beach is the most famous and beautiful beach on Santorini. Located very close to the famous, ancient site of Akrotiri. It is a small beach tha
Super paradise beach on Mykonos
Pilintri beach is better known as Super Paradise Beach on Mykonos. Super paradise beach is
Kamares beach on Sifnos
One of the longest sandy beaches on the island and unbelievably clean! An organized beach that is very inviting to adults and children. The toponym of
Finikas beach on Koufonisi
Also known as a textile beach, Finikas beach is said to be one of the best beaches on Koufonisi. The beach is located towards the eastern side of Chor
Kolona beach on Kythnos
The beach of Kolona on the island of Kythnos is actually a narrow strip of sand connecting Kythnos to the small islet of Ayios Loukas. Kolona beach
Ayios Prokopios beach on Naxos
The beach of Ayios Prokopios, one of the most beautiful beaches in the Mediterranean Sea, with the unique red col
Monastiri beach on Paros
Monastiri beach, that is also known as Parosparko is a rocky beach, located 2 kilometers away from Kolybithres beach on Paros. The beach has been name
Plaka beach on Naxos
Plaka beach is located next to the famous beach of Ayia Anna on Naxos. It is a long, peaceful, sandy beach where you can also find large flat stones a
Kolybithres beach on Paros
Kolybithres is a small seaside settlement on Paros in the Greek Cyclades islands. During the changes that happened two million years ago to Paros and