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 Milos Island Greece

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 Amorgos Island Greece

Corinth Canal Greece

 Corinth Canal Greece The Corinth Canal Greece connects the Gulf of Corinth in the Ionian Sea with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. It cuts through the narrow Isthmus of Corinth and separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland, making the peninsula an island. The length of the canal is 6.4 kilometres and its Corinth Canal Greece

Aegina Island Greece

Aegina Island Greece Aegina Island Greece, is one of the Saronic Islands, located 26 km south of Athens. The name of the island comes from Aegina, the mother of the hero Aeacus, who was born on the island and became its king. The area of  Aegina is 87.41 km2 and its population is 13.056 inhabitants. Aegina Island Greece

Poros Island Greece

Poros Island Greece Poros Island Greece, is a small island-pair in the southern part of the Saronic Gulf, about 58 km south from Athens and separated from Galatas town at Peloponnese by a 200 meters wide sea channel. Its surface area is about 31 square kilometres and it has 3,780 inhabitants. Poros consists of two Poros Island Greece

Vergina Greece

Vergina Greece Vergina is a small town in northern Greece, Central Macedonia. Vergina Greece is known as the site of ancient Aigai, the first capital of Macedonia. In 336 BC Philip II was assassinated in Aigai’s theatre and his son, Alexander the Great, became the king. From Aigai, the Macedonians spread to the central part Vergina Greece