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Milos Island Greece

Milos Island Greece Milos Island Greece is a volcanic Greek island in the Aegean sea, and belongs to Cyclades group of islands. The land area of Milos  is 160 square kilometers and the population is 4,977 inhabitants. The volcanic activity in ancient years has endowed Milos island with a variety of gorgeous landscapes, offering the visitor a wide range

Holidays in Milos

Holidays in Milos Milos Island Greeceis a volcanic Greek island in the Aegean sea, and belongs to Cycladesgroup of islands. The  land area of Milos  is 160.147 square kilometers and the population is 4,977 inhabitants. The volcanic activity in ancient years has endowed Milos island with a variety of gorgeous landscapes, offering the visitor a wide range of

Amorgos Island Greece

Amorgos Island Greece Amorgos Island Greece is the most eastern island of the Cyclades complex and the nearest island to the Dodecanese island group.  Amorgos has a land area of 126 square kilometres  and  population of 1,973 inhabitants. In the Early Cycladic period, Amorgos was the origin of many famous Cycladic figurines. ‘Dokathismata style’ figurines were

Holidays in Amorgos

Holidays in Amorgos Amorgos is the eastern Cyclades island, neighboring Dodecanese island group in Greece. The population of the island is 1.973 inhabitants. The capital of Amorgos is Chora. The monastery of Panagia Hozoviotissa is situated on the cliffside, northeast of Chora. It was built early in the second millennium in order to protect a

Holidays in Naxos

Holidays in Naxos Naxos is the largest and most fertile island of the Cyclades complex in Greece. It is a short ferry ride away from Paros and cosmopolitan Mykonos island but remains a quiet paradise, ready to be discovered from the nature and culture lovers. In Naxos there are endless beaches, surrounded by sand dunes

Holidays in Paros

Holidays  in  Paros Paros is a Greek island in the Aegean sea. Belongs to the Cyclades islands complex. Its distance from  Piraeus port of Athens is 93 miles. The capital of Paros Island Greece is Parikia, which is also a major harbour. In Parikia the houses are built with the traditional Cycladic style, with flat