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The city of the Olympic idea, the crossroad of west and east cultural and fashion events, Filled with contrasts, ancient and Byzantine, neoclassical and modern, crowded and solitary, it is a "must" for visitors to Greece, Sights' Acropolis, Parthenon, Theatre of Dionysus connected with the Herod Atticus Odeum where festivals are hosted every summer, the National Museum one of 18 museums, Plaka, the oldest and most picturesque and attractive corner with narrow alleys flanked by single story houses set next to elegant mansions, Lykabettus, clad in pinewoods and crowned by the white chapel of St,George offering a panoramic view over the entire city, Keramikos with tavernas and cafes for tranquility and numerous other highlights,

A favorite yachtsmen's island near by Athens, with a busy all year town, The fish and the fruit market close to the port remind one of a bazaar, Sights' The remains of the Temple of Aphrodite,

A Byzantine area of Greece connected to Peloponnese by a strip of land, with remains of a fortress wall and numerous Byzantine churches, it is a must for visitors who love history

A small islet close to Kithira well known for white sandy beaches, turquoise crystal waters and fresh fish,

The island south of Peloponnese well known for white pebbled beaches and clear blue waters, Sights: Remains of Venetian towers

An historic and attractive town known for the battle of Navarino, where the Turkish fleet was destroyed, Sights Castles

A beautiful town divided into the new and the old, surrounded by green valleys and fertile land, Sights' Castles,
A small islet separated from the Peloponnese by a narrow channel, Picturesque and attractive, the town is built on rocky slopes covered with pine trees and attracts yachting friends all year Sights'Temple of Posidon, Lemon Forest

A mountainous island close to Athens that attracts visitors all year round Popular worldwide for the historical town, which is built amphitheatrically around the picturesque port, it is a favorite resort of the rich and famous The absence of vehicles makes Hydra peace- ful during the day, however, the crowds fill the many tavernas and clubs during the evenings,

A green island with pine trees and a beautiful old harbor with neo-classic mansions,

The ex-capitol of Greece, divided into new and old town, marked by Roman, Byzantine and Venetian civilization, Sights' Three castles from each civilization
"The Jerusalem of the Aegean", where St.. John wrote the Revelation of Apocalypse. The emperor Alexios Komninos built a holy monastery in St. John's honor, which is the landmark of the island The majestic fortress -monastery crowns the hills above the port. it is surrounded by dazzling white, cube like houses, which spill down. Monasteries with Byzantine icons, 9th century embroideries, rare old books.

A group of islands with beautiful sandy beaches and translucent waters. The hamlet on the natural harbor is composed of spotless white washed houses, tavernas, ouzeri and coffee houses

Rolling green hills, deep coves and pretty beaches between small fertile valleys with beautiful white housed villages. Sights. Remains of Byzantine castle.

Mountainous, with two fertile valleys, it is famous as the sponge diver's Island Blessed with natural attractions such as caves, lovely beaches, unspoiled scenery, multicolored houses, it still keeps up with tradition. Sights. Monasteries, Byzantine museum, churches, thermal springs and therapeutic bathing hotels. Shopping. Sponges. Delicacies. Baklava, Galaktoboureko, syrupy pastries.

Tiny islands with clear waters and pretty beaches, inhabited by fishermen. Shopping. Fresh fish.

Hippocrates' irthplace, Kos blends ancient atmosphere with modern life and is a wealthy island with ideal sandy beaches. Sights: Archaeological finds, Crusader and Byzantine castles, Museums. Shopping ceramics, antiquity effigies"

A mountainous island, with an indented coastline concealing numerous delightful coves, it resembles two islands joined by a ribbon of land only 105 m. wide. The main village is built up the side of a steep hill and presided over by the massive, austere remains of a Venetian castle" A row of wind- mills and closely packed white cube houses follow the contours of the hill in an unbroken band down to the sea. Sights" Venetian castle, churches, windmills"

Volcanic, dark and picturesque, this island is contrasted by the whiteness of its houses and the bright colors of their doors and windows. Charming villages perch on the crest of the hills above crystal waters and lovely beaches" Sights: Castles, churches and traditional houses.

This small island captures the imagination of visitors because a prehistoric dwarf elephant once lived there, Beautiful beaches, monasteries and the ancient town within the capitol will amaze visitors.

Small green valleys punctuate the steep and rocky island with beaches indented by little coves, Cultural sights' Byzantine Monastery, museum, mansions, architecture.
Has been a wealthy island since antiquity, judging from the coins found here Visitors will be amazed by the stone houses built in tiers like an amphitheatre, the medieval castle occupying the site of the ancient acropolis and the wonderful beaches. gained fame from the Lady of Ro, who raised the Greek flag every morning for 40 years until she passed away
Splendid beaches, varied vegetation, numerous cultural sites, and the largest medieval and ancient town make Rhodes undoubtedly the most attractive of the Dodecaneses islands. Sights: Castle of the Grand Masters, the Valley of the Butterflies, temples, centuries-old houses, the famous town of Lindos.
A mountainous island, with most settlements on the relatively flat south side Modern architecture is combined with traditional style in both the exterior and interior of the houses Villages that have been inhabit- ed since the 10'h century, help make citizens take pride in maintaining their traditions. The citizens still speak a dialect that contains several Dorian words and idioms. Sights. Ancient ruins.

Inhabited since prehistoric times, Kastelorizo has areas where Dorian ruins can still be seen. Traditional color and wonderful beaches abound on both islands. The island of Ro

A mountainous island with a steep, rocky coastline and few pleasant beaches. The island established its own merchant fleet and grew rich from trade in the 18'" century. Sights. Churches, caves.
Odysseus' last stop on his long journey home to Ithaca, the island owes its sophistication and charm to the meshing of the different civilizations that have occupied it ` Abundantly endowed with natural beauty, green and fertile Corfu has numerous sandy beaches as well as historical monuments to attract visitors Sights. Fortresses, museums, churches, monasteries, Pontikonisi and bazaars in villages when they celebrate religious dates Delicacies Numerous dishes with Roman names, Ginger beer

An exquisite miniature world Fertile and green with pine, olive and fruit trees, vineyards and gardens all leading to amazing beaches with crystal waters, either sandy ones or rocky ones with spectacular white cliffs, punctuated by delightful coves and intriguing grottoes. Sights 19'h century villages, Venetian castle, windmills, monasteries, unspoiled beaches

Mountainous and totally green, with coast slopes gently down to the sea, which is sheltered from the wind and dotted with thickly wooded islets Breathtaking green bays with crystal clear waters among other natural beau- ties attract visitors Sights. Ancient sites, Vene- tian castle, monasteries, museum.

A land of contrasts-breathtaking gold or white beaches, deep coves, rugged rocky shores, green and fertile areas with cedar-Iike fir trees that grow nowhere else in the world, olive and fruit trees, caves with unusual stalagmites and pale blue waters shattering into a myriad of phantasmagoric colors. Sights Katavothres (a rare geological phenomenon, where sea enters through an opening in the rock and "disappears"), churches, ancient and Roman ruins, monasteries Delicacies "Mandola" and other almond flavored sweets, local pastries

Home of Odysseus, Homer's hero, an earthly paradise with green mountains and captivating coves, with caves for exploring, lovely beaches for bathing, uncrowded hamlets, a lot of strong nightlife Sights Cave of the Nymphs, monasteries, and museums Delicacies "Ravani" A semolina syrup sweet

According to Venetians, this was the "flower of the Orient", with the emerald green sea, the pine-studded mountains, slopes with flowers of every kind, the musical people and their famous hospitality Sights. Venetian towers, churches of the 12" and 14'h century, springs, caves Delicacies "Mandolato" a nougat pastry.
The connection between Aegean and lonion islands with a 3,2 miles long, narrow channel, completed in 1893, offering an outstanding view either from the top or passing thought the channel
The third largest city in Greece, with neoclassic buildings among modem ones, big squares and the harbor, where visiors may enjoy nightlife and excursions to wineries (Achaia Clauss), Medieval castles and old churches.
A beautiful town attracting visitors from Athens and other places all year round Sights Neoclassical buildings and stone mansions, nightlife and tavernas with fresh fish, beaches.
Not far from Galaxidi is a natural bay, set amongst green valleys with only a few inhabitants. Popular to sailing yachts, which find shelter, provisioning and water
A picturesque town overlooking the small harbor with houses in a full spectrum of colors, which is built on the remains of a Venetian castle A real jewel on the mainland that has been affected by all civilizations that have possessed it