Known predominantly for its signature windmills and wild parties, Mykonos is one of the most avant-garde Greek islands, part of the Cyclades group in the Aegean Sea, serving as the dream destination to visitors from all around the world.
‘I don’t love you as if you were a rose of salt, topaz,
or arrow of carnations that propagate fire:
I love you as one loves certain obscure things,
secretly, between the shadow and the soul.’
Paros is one of the most popular Greek island destinations, even among the local Greeks. Its incredible landscape, striking and clean beaches, along with the vibrant nightlife the island is famous for, make it an ideal destination for people of all ages and tastes.
Τhe diverse destination of Corfu, the Ionian island off Greece’s northwest coast, captures the hearts of travelers from all over the world. Perhaps the Greek island with the densest vegetation, Corfu has a rich history and valuable cultural heritage that goes back more than 3,000 years.
Located in the middle of the Cycladic complex of islands and between the popular destinations of Paros and Mykonos, lies Naxos, the largest island of the Cyclades and the once center of archaic Cycladic culture.
Legend has it, that young Zeus was raised in a cave of mount Zas -or mount Zeus-, the tallest mountain in Naxos and the Cyclades, while Naxos is widely known as the place that hosted the marriage of Dionysus, the ancient Greek god of wine.
Blessed by the Olympian gods, Naxos, has always been a popular destination of Greece because of its beauty and vibrancy. It is also one of the best Greek islands for families, offering an abundance of choice in things to do, see, try and -of course- taste.
Do you want to know why Naxos is such a family-friendly island? Below, we’ve listed every single reason, just in time for you to book your summer vacations with your loved ones in our glorious island!
If you’re considering being a first-time visitor of Corfu, the Ionian island featured on UNESCO’s World Heritage list, it’s your lucky day! Here, we will share tips and suggestions to ensure that your first time in this magnificent island won’t be your last.
Mykonos, the queen of Cyclades, might be known for its bustling nightlife and partying ways, however the island of winds, as it is often referred to due to its seasonal ‘meltemia’ winds that keep the island dry, cool and enjoyable during hot summer days, has a lot more to offer to its visitors.
Sunny skies, long sandy beaches and the smell of jasmine fill the scenic cobbled streets painted in the traditional Cycladic shades of white and blue. This is what Paros is made of. If you want to get an insight into the top 5 things to do in Paros and learn tips only locals know, all you have to do is keep reading!