Picturesque fishing villages, traditional seafront tavernas, glorious beaches with turquoise sea. Each island is different and yet they are all bound together by history, cultural heritage and legend.
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Listed below are some of the islands of Greece and brief descriptions of them
Sleepy villages and secluded beaches mixed with excellent water-sports, but if you are looked for lively and fun packed nightlife this can be catered for as well in Kavos.
Crete has much more besides beaches. It has approximately 4000 years of civilisation which gives a legacy of history with world class archaeological sites. There is a vast array of interesting days and evenings out, whether you choose to hire a car or book a tour on one of the organised excursions. If you choose to relax and do nothing then there are more than enough resorts for this.
The wide variety of resorts and things to do means that Kos appeals to a wide range of people with different tastes. Kardamena is a lively resort where you can party the night away. Kos Town itself is perfect for watching the sun set whilst enjoying a pre-dinner drink at a seafront tavern.
Sample authentic Greek hospitality on this enchanting island. It is paradise for people who love the beach with an array of unspoilt sheltered bays with beautiful golden sands with aquamarine waters. Dramatic mountainous landscapes are lovely backdrops to fishing villages and local tavernas serving traditional dishes.
Rhodes is a holiday playground but with an enviable reputation for food lovers, with some of the best restaurants in Greece. There are also other things to do on this island with a golf course and a casino. The resorts here range from those who want a calm relaxing holiday to others who prefer a buzzing and more frenetic time, so take your pick as to what suits you.
Zante has some of the best beaches in Greece, with gently sloping sands particularly good for family holidays. Known locally as Zakynthos there is a range of quiet resorts for family breaks to more bustling and busy resorts suitable for teenagers and those looking to party.
This amazing scenic island is home to a submerged volcanic crater relating to the myth of the lost city of Atlantis. It is famous for its black volcanic sand, shingle and pebble beaches. Beach lovers will enjoy relaxing on the Blue Flag beach as Perissia and the one at Kamari a little further up the coast and if you enjoy sightseeing a tour of ancient Thira is a must.
One of the most popular Greek Islands in the Aegean Sea, it is all about energy and attracts a diverse and upscale crowd that thrives on this islands stylish nightlife. During the day some privacy can be had in the more secluded north beaches, but the beaches in the south are all about partying.
Unlike some of its neighbours, Halkidiki has kept its treasures under wraps, it means you get an authentic slice of Greece that in places is entirely unspoilt. It is a lovely place for a family holiday with Sani Resort ticking all the boxes for those who want the finer elements with the resort being set around a fabulous marina with shopping piazza, restaurants and bars, supermarket, gallery and open air cinema.