Cyclades Island & Aegean Sea & Greece

Kea : Kea is a strange and slightly mysterious island with loads of excellent beaches, archaeological sites and one of the most amazing traditional villages in Greece.
Kythnos : Kythos, the island of Apollo, is a beautiful mountainous island. Kythos (or Thermia) is an unspoilt and very Greek Island in ervery aspect. It mostly attracts Greek tourists, local are very friendly and life is slow.
The island is quiet and offers some nice empty sandy beaches. Kythnos was an icon painting center in 17th century, led by Skordillis family.
Serifos : The island of Serifos, situated a little north west of the better known islands of Paros and Naxos, is part of the western Cyclades. The island is 70km2 large and has a population of about 1100 people. Compared to most other Cycladic islands the island of Serifos is quite green ans it has very good beaches.
Sifnos : Sifnos is one of a group of 6 small islands forming the Western Cyclades. The appeal of Sifnos, for Greek and foreign visitors alike, is due to its successful retaining of traditional ways of life, its removal from the beaten track of mass-tourism, its turquoise beaches and the historically unspoiled settlements, churches and monasteries found here. Sifnos is well known for its food as well, and many world famous chefs have come from this small island.
Polyegos : Polyegos is an uninhabited little island located very close to Kimolos and Milos. It has amazingly transparent turquoise waters. Its white sand and its impressive rocky formations create a unique setting. It is definitely one of the most stunning spots of the Aegean! Polyegos can be accessed only by private boats. The best places for swimming are: The exotic sandy beach on the western coast which has the little islet in its front and further south, the cove where the remainings of an old mine lie. When the sea is calm, in both spots the sea, the caves and the rocks in the sea are breathtaking!
Kimolos : Kimolos is a small island next to Milos Cyclades. Although it is located very close to a popular Greek island, Kimolos island maintains its pure nature and the calm ambiance. Famous for its lovely beaches with the crystal water, all activities are concentrated in Chorio, the only village on the island, and around the port. In fact, it is around the port that the most organized beach and the tourist facilities of the island are found.
Milos : The Greek island of Milos is less well-known than some of the others in the Cyclades group of islands, such as the world-famous Santorini and Mykonos. But Milos, a volcanic, horseshoe-shaped island about 160 kilometers southwest of Athens, is a perfect beach destination, and with no major ruins of note, natural beauty is the main attraction.
Folegandros : Traditional Town with great views and great places to eat & have fun . Considered as the MOST beautiful of Cyclades With wild landscape and relaxing atmosphere, Folegandros in Greece is among the most impressive islands of Cyclades. The main village has Cycladic atmosphere and gives breathtaking view to the Aegean Sea. Chora is a wonderful place to walk around, up until the beautiful church of Panagia on the top of the hill. From there you can get undisturbed view to the Aegean Sea and the close islands of Cyclades, like Santorini and Ios. The beaches of Folegandros are quiet and can be accessed by bus or boat from the port.
Amorgos : Amorgos is one of the most beautiful Greek islands in the Aegean Sea. Located near Naxos and Ios, on the southern side of the Cyclades, this island amazes visitors with the natural beauty, the traditional architecture and the fabulous beaches. Its virgin beauty inspired the filmmaker Luc Besson to shoot scenes of the movie The Big Blue in the beach of Agia Anna. The most famous sight of Amorgos island is the impressive Monastery of Hozoviotissa, constructed on the slopes of a rock with breathtaking view to the sea. A walk in Chora and the other villages of Amorgos Greece will be unforgettable, while hikers will also have the possibility to hike many interesting paths.
Andros : An attractive island with rich history, Andros Greece distinguishes for the elegant architecture of Chora, the green landscape of the inland and the fabulous beaches. Batsi is the most tourist developed place in Andros island and it is surrounded by wonderful beaches, including Golden Beach and Agios Petros. Among the most beautiful beaches are also Ahla, Vitali and Vlychada, but the road to these beaches is track. A visit to Chora, the capital, will lead you to interesting art museums that frequently host world exhibitions.
Ios : Although it is mostly famous as a youth destination, Ios island has many places off the beaten track. Visitors love the traditional style of Chora and the sandy, crystal beaches. Holidays in Ios can be both peaceful or intense, depending on your preferences. There are places in Ios where families with kids can spend a relaxing holiday, and also places like Mylopotas with the beach bars and watersports that are fantastic for the young. Chora, the main town of Ios, is the centre of activities on the island with many shops, hotels and bars.
Mykonos : Among the most Greek islands, Mykonos island is located almost in the centre of the Cyclades complex. It is particularly famous for the cosmopolitan atmosphere, the exciting nightlife, the picturesque Cycladic architecture and the magnificent beaches that makes holidays in Mykonos a magnificent experience. There are many things to do in Mykonos Greece, an island perfect for people of all ages: walk along the narrow streets of Chora, see the sunset from Little Venice, stay in luxurious hotels and swim in exotic beaches. Super Paradise, Paradise and Kalo Livadi are fabulous places to swim and spend a day under the hot sun. In the evenings, head to Mykonos Town and enjoy a night out in the many bars and clubs.
Naxos : Naxos is the largest island of Cyclades and it is located in the center of this complex, between Paros and Mykonos. According to mythology, this was the nuptial isle of the god Dionysus, god of wine. This is why there is a sanctuary dedicated to Dionysus in the inland of Naxos island. Ideal for families and romantic couples, Naxos Greece is famous for the exotic beaches. Plaka, Agios Prokopios, Orkos and Mikri Vigla are among the most beautiful beaches on the island, while the entire western coastline is ideal for windsurfing and kitesurfing due to the strong winds that blow there in the afternoon. A drive to the inland will bring you to picturesque villages and interesting sightseeing.
Paros : Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros island is ideal for young people, romantic couples and families, too. The Parian traditional villages, particularly Naoussa, Parikia and Lefkes, are perfect samples of Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed sugar houses, paved streets and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for the exotic water and the golden sand. The beaches on the south eastern side, such as Golden Beach and New Golden Beach, are particularly popular for windsurfing. A nice day trip from the island is the small island of Antiparos, with the crystal beaches and the relaxing atmosphere.
Santorini : Santorini, or Thira, is the top destination in Greece and among the most romantic destinations in the Greek islands and also in the world. Located in the Aegean Sea, in the Cyclades islands, Santorini island was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in the world and what remains today is a submerged volcano and a caldera. Amazing villages has been constructed on the edge of this caldera, with Cycladic architecture and breathtaking view to the sea.
Syros : Although Syros belongs to the Cyclades islands, its architecture is more Medieval than Cycladic. The capital of Syros island, Ermoupolis, distinguishes for the elegant Venetian mansions, the picturesque quarter of Vaporia, the large churches and the impressive Neoclassical buildings, such as the Town Hall and Apollo Theatre in the central square. The beaches of Syros Greece are nice and relaxing, with many tourist facilities and accommodation surrounding them.
Tinos : Located in the northern side of the Cyclades. The beaches are calm and sandy. The most traditional villages are located in the inland and they are famous for the picturesque architecture. Pyrgos is the most characteristic village of Tinos Greece, with a long tradition in marble carving. Apart from a calm holiday place, the island is special for the Greeks as it hosts the Church of Panagia (Virgin), considered the protector of the country, with a miraculous icon inside. This church receives thousands of pilgrims all year round, particularly on the 15th of August, on the occasion of the Dormition of the Virgin.