Greek islands

Ionian Islands

Corfu

Corfu (Kerkyra). Corfu is a beautiful Greek island in the Ionian sea You can come here by airplane, but also easily by car and boat, via Italy. We did it both, we once came by plane and twice we came by car and boat! Both options are worth repeating. When approaching Corfu by boat, we saw that the island is very green, everywhere are many trees that reach to the sea. The picturesque villages on the coast, surrounded by green trees, give the island an enchanting appearance. On Corfu is in fact much to see and to do, is advisable rent a car and drive around the beautiful countryside, along the fantastic beaches, through the wooded mountains and the scenic villages.

Ionian Islands

Corfu

Corfu (Kerkyra). Corfu is a beautiful Greek island in the Ionian sea You can come here by airplane, but also easily by car and boat, via Italy. We did it both, we once came by plane and twice we came by car and boat! Both options are worth repeating. When approaching Corfu by boat, we saw that the island is very green, everywhere are many trees that reach to the sea. The picturesque villages on the coast, surrounded by green trees, give the island an enchanting appearance. On Corfu is in fact much to see and to do, is advisable rent a car and drive around the beautiful countryside, along the fantastic beaches, through the wooded mountains and the scenic villages.

Ionian Islands

Paxos

Paxos (or Paxi). Paxos and Antipaxos are two small islands south of Corfu and west of the Greek mainland Epirus. Paxos covers an area of eighteen sq. km and has about two and a half thousand permanent residents. It is a very green island full of olive trees and pines, sea caves, traditional villages and quiet beaches. Paxos is located about ten kilometres from Corfu and twelve kilometres from the coast of Epirus. By boat, the island is accessible from various ports of Corfu and Epirus. Paxos has an elongated shape, the west coast is flatter than the east coast. The east coast is very steep with many high cliffs and caves.

Ionian Islands

Lefkada

Lefkada. Lefkada owes its name to the white beaches and the white cliffs at Cape Lefkatas. The island has one of the best road networks of the Greek islands and has well-organized (Yachting) port with facilities for tourist boat traffic. The Aktion Airport is located 15 km from the city and is continually modernized and expanded. Lefkada is located 385 km from Athens, 180 km from Patras and 100 km from the harbour of Igoumenitsa in Epirus. There are direct charter flights between Lefkada and most European Capitals. You can reach the island of Lefkada by car through a bridge that connects the island to the mainland and the prefecture Central Greece.

Ionian Islands

Lefkada

Lefkada. Lefkada owes its name to the white beaches and the white cliffs at Cape Lefkatas. The island has one of the best road networks of the Greek islands and has well-organized (Yachting) port with facilities for tourist boat traffic. The Aktion Airport is located 15 km from the city and is continually modernized and expanded. Lefkada is located 385 km from Athens, 180 km from Patras and 100 km from the harbour of Igoumenitsa in Epirus. There are direct charter flights between Lefkada and most European Capitals. You can reach the island of Lefkada by car through a bridge that connects the island to the mainland and the prefecture Central Greece.

Ionian Islands

Ithaca

Ithaca. Ithaca is one of the Ionian Islands, it is located to the south of the island Lefkada in the northeast of Cephalonia. The capital of this elongated island covers an area of 96 sq.km., the population of the island is 3,000 inhabitants, the capital is Vathy. The island has gathered its name from Ithacos who was the first resident of the island. The name of the island is known since antiquity, it was mentioned in the Odyssey. Ithaca is blessed with a beautiful coast with many bays and capes. Very beautiful is the bay of Frikes.

Ionian Islands

Kefalonia

Cephalonia (Kefalonia). Cephalonia is one of the Greek islands which in recent years, became extremely popular among holiday goers. We visited Cephalonia and found it a great island! Cephalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands and covers an area of 782 sq. kilometres. The coastline has a length of 254 kilometres. Cephalonia is a wonderful island to visit, all you need to have a successful holiday, you ‘ll find it here: beautiful beaches, magnificent mountains, charming traditional villages, beautiful cities, unique natural phenomena, good food, a rich history. Argostoli is the port and capital of Cephalonia, in the centre of the town are lots of cozy restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars. There is delicious food and in the evening it is nice strolling along the boulevard. A very popular seaside resort is Fiskardo. Sami is another popular place, which is best known for shooting the movie Captain Correlis Mandolin.

Ionian Islands

Kefalonia

Cephalonia (Kefalonia). Cephalonia is one of the Greek islands which in recent years, became extremely popular among holiday goers. We visited Cephalonia and found it a great island! Cephalonia is the largest of the Ionian Islands and covers an area of 782 sq. kilometres. The coastline has a length of 254 kilometres. Cephalonia is a wonderful island to visit, all you need to have a successful holiday, you ‘ll find it here: beautiful beaches, magnificent mountains, charming traditional villages, beautiful cities, unique natural phenomena, good food, a rich history. Argostoli is the port and capital of Cephalonia, in the centre of the town are lots of cozy restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars. There is delicious food and in the evening it is nice strolling along the boulevard. A very popular seaside resort is Fiskardo. Sami is another popular place, which is best known for shooting the movie Captain Correlis Mandolin.

Ionian Islands

Zakynthos

Zakynthos. Zakynthos, what a lovely island! Its green nature, the beautiful clear blue sea with steep rock formations, the amazing sandy beaches, the old villages, the Blue Caves, the ship wreck, the impressive Caretta-Caretta sea turtles. Zakynthos is located in the south of the Ionian Sea and is also called “Zante”, a name given to it by the Romans and Venetians, once they for centuries occupied the island. They called the island also “Il Fioro di Levante”, meaning “flower of the East”. Levante is also called the wind that blows in summer from the east and which cools the places on the East Coast.

Thesprotia

Syvota

Syvota is a village and a former municipality in Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Igoumenitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 72.439 sq km. The population in 2011 was 875 for the village, and 2,640 for the municipal unit. The seat of the municipality was in Plataria.

Thesprotia

Syvota

Syvota is a village and a former municipality in Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Igoumenitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 72.439 sq km. The population in 2011 was 875 for the village, and 2,640 for the municipal unit. The seat of the municipality was in Plataria.

Thesprotia

Parga

Parga is a town and municipality located in the northwestern part of the regional unit of Preveza in Epirus, northwestern Greece. The seat of the municipality is the village Kanallaki. Parga lies on the Ionian coast between the cities of Preveza and Igoumenitsa. It is a resort town known for its natural environment.

Cyclades Islands

Kea

Due to its proximity to Attica, Kea is an easily accessible beauty with a scenery variety: steep mountains, small fields, olive groves, vineyards, valleys, picturesque coves and off-the-beaten-track beaches. On the island with the largest oak forest in the Cyclades, bird-watching is a real delight.

Cyclades Islands

Kea

Due to its proximity to Attica, Kea is an easily accessible beauty with a scenery variety: steep mountains, small fields, olive groves, vineyards, valleys, picturesque coves and off-the-beaten-track beaches. On the island with the largest oak forest in the Cyclades, bird-watching is a real delight.

Cyclades Islands

Syros

Syros is the island where Greek tradition and western influence come to a harmonious marriage. Ermoúpoli (meaning “the city of Hermes”) is the island’s capital town and has been the first important trade and industrial centre of the country in the 19th century.

Cyclades Islands

Kythnos

Kythnos is a beautiful mountainous island located in the western part of the Cyclades. The wild beauty, the picturesque architecture and the lovely beaches attract many visitors, particularly Athenians in summer weekends. Chora and Driopida are the most traditional villages in Kythnos island with stone houses and paved streets, while Loutra and Merihas have many tourist facilities.

Cyclades Islands

Kythnos

Kythnos is a beautiful mountainous island located in the western part of the Cyclades. The wild beauty, the picturesque architecture and the lovely beaches attract many visitors, particularly Athenians in summer weekends. Chora and Driopida are the most traditional villages in Kythnos island with stone houses and paved streets, while Loutra and Merihas have many tourist facilities.

Cyclades Islands

Serifos

Serifos is a beautiful island of Western Cyclades, in a short ferry ride from Athens. Not much developed in tourism, Serifos island has kept its traditional character and the virgin landscape. Chora is the most picturesque spot in Serifos Greece, constructed on the slopes of a mountain and with fabulous view to the Aegean Sea. The most tourist places are Livadi and Livadakia, while the island has crystal beaches all around its coastline.

Cyclades Islands

Mykonos

Welcome to Greece’s most famous cosmopolitan island, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Mykonos was formed from the petrified bodies of giants killed by Hercules. And did you know that the island took its name from the grandson of Apollo, “Mykonos”.

Set out on a journey to discover a fascinating world where glamour meets simplicity. On Mykonos celebrities, college students and families mingle together to celebrate the Greek summer. Whether you are an entertainment junkie out for a real good time, or a visitor who wishes to explore the island’s history and tradition, Mykonos will certainly meet your expectations.

Cyclades Islands

Mykonos

Welcome to Greece’s most famous cosmopolitan island, a whitewashed paradise in the heart of the Cyclades. According to mythology, Mykonos was formed from the petrified bodies of giants killed by Hercules. And did you know that the island took its name from the grandson of Apollo, “Mykonos”.

Set out on a journey to discover a fascinating world where glamour meets simplicity. On Mykonos celebrities, college students and families mingle together to celebrate the Greek summer. Whether you are an entertainment junkie out for a real good time, or a visitor who wishes to explore the island’s history and tradition, Mykonos will certainly meet your expectations.

Cyclades Islands

Paros

Paros is one of the largest islands of the Cyclades with approx. 120 km coastline, situated about halfway between Athens and Santorini. Already in ancient history Paros was famous for its semi-transparent marble, which is still quarried today. Parikia, the capital, is one of the main harbours of the Cyclades. Paros Island has a lot to offer its visitors! Whether you prefer a quiet, peaceful holiday enjoying the beautiful nature and traditional Greek atmosphere, an active or educational one, or you would just like to party, you\ll definitely find what you are looking for! The infrastructure is very good, the main road around the island being about 72 km long and well sign-posted, which makes it ideal to go discovering the island by yourselves!

Cyclades Islands

Sifnos

Sifnos has a dreamlike quality. A string of three whitewashed villages, anchored by the capital Apollonia, sit like pearls along the crest of the island. The changing light kisses the landscape and as you explore the flanking slopes of the central mountains you’ll discover abundant terraced olive groves, almond trees, oleander and aromatic herbs. Each of the island’s bays harbours a spectrum of aqua waters, and offers breathtaking vistas.

Cyclades Islands

Sifnos

Sifnos has a dreamlike quality. A string of three whitewashed villages, anchored by the capital Apollonia, sit like pearls along the crest of the island. The changing light kisses the landscape and as you explore the flanking slopes of the central mountains you’ll discover abundant terraced olive groves, almond trees, oleander and aromatic herbs. Each of the island’s bays harbours a spectrum of aqua waters, and offers breathtaking vistas.

Cyclades Islands

Koufonisia

Koufonisia is actually a complex of two islands: Pano Koufonissi which is inhabited and has tourist facilities, and Kato Koufonissi which is totally uninhabited and visited only for a beach trip from Pano Koufonissi. Located between Naxos and Amorgos, Koufonisia island is an ideal place to relax. Perfect for walking and cycling, there are many fantastic beaches to visit and many of them are actually nudist places.

Most activities in Koufonisia Greece are concentrated in Chora, where most tourist accommodation, taverns and shops are found. The island belongs to the complex of Small Cyclades, along with Donoussa, Schinoussa and Iraklia

Cyclades Islands

Amorgos

Amorgos is one of the most beautiful Greek islands in the Aegean Sea. Located near Naxos and Ios, on the southern side of the Cyclades, this island amazes visitors with the natural beauty, the traditional architecture and the fabulous beaches. Its virgin beauty inspired the filmmaker Luc Besson to shoot scenes of the movie The Big Blue in the beach of Agia Anna.

The most famous sight of Amorgos island is the impressive Monastery of Hozoviotissa, constructed on the slopes of a rock with breathtaking view to the sea. A walk in Chora and the other villages of Amorgos Greece will be unforgettable, while hikers will also have the possibility to hike many interesting paths

Cyclades Islands

Amorgos

Amorgos is one of the most beautiful Greek islands in the Aegean Sea. Located near Naxos and Ios, on the southern side of the Cyclades, this island amazes visitors with the natural beauty, the traditional architecture and the fabulous beaches. Its virgin beauty inspired the filmmaker Luc Besson to shoot scenes of the movie The Big Blue in the beach of Agia Anna.

The most famous sight of Amorgos island is the impressive Monastery of Hozoviotissa, constructed on the slopes of a rock with breathtaking view to the sea. A walk in Chora and the other villages of Amorgos Greece will be unforgettable, while hikers will also have the possibility to hike many interesting paths

Cyclades Islands

Ios

Ios Greece belongs to the Cycladic islands. It is particularly famous for the wonderful beaches, the picturesque village of Chora and certainly the intense nightlife that attracts mostly young crowds. Beach parties start in the midday and last till the early hours in Mylopotas, making it a popular place for teenagers and youth. However, this island is not only for partying. It has great places to relax away from large crowds and noise.

The coastline of Ios has wonderful beaches with soft sand and emerald waters. You will also love walking along the narrow paved streets of Chora, one of the most picturesque villages in Cyclades. From the highest spot of Chora, you will enjoy a breathtaking view to the sea

Cyclades Islands

Folegandros

An island with wild natural beauty, Folegandros in Greece is located between Paros and Santorini. Although it is found close to popular islands of Cyclades, Folegandros island remains away from mass tourism and keeps an authentic character.

With traditional Cycladic architecture, breathtaking views and secluded beaches, this island is ideal for families and romantic couples. You will love walking along the picturesque streets of Chora and up to the small church of Panagia, located on the highest spot of the island with gorgeous view to the sea. By bus or boat from the port, you will reach amazing beaches with private atmosphere and crystal water

Cyclades Islands

Folegandros

An island with wild natural beauty, Folegandros in Greece is located between Paros and Santorini. Although it is found close to popular islands of Cyclades, Folegandros island remains away from mass tourism and keeps an authentic character.

With traditional Cycladic architecture, breathtaking views and secluded beaches, this island is ideal for families and romantic couples. You will love walking along the picturesque streets of Chora and up to the small church of Panagia, located on the highest spot of the island with gorgeous view to the sea. By bus or boat from the port, you will reach amazing beaches with private atmosphere and crystal water

Cyclades Islands

Milos

The volcanic activity in ancient years has endowed Milos island with an exciting variety of gorgeous landscapes, consequently offering the visitor a wide range of activities. The funny shapes of the rocks and their wonderful colours at the beautiful white sandy beaches are one expression of the volcanic features of Mílos; the economic activity is another: minerals such as obsidian are excavated here. What is more, one of the most ancient mines in the Mediterranean is on this island.

Cyclades Islands

Santorini

Crescent-shaped Santorini (or Thíra), the precious gem of the Aegean, is actually a group of islands consisting of Thíra, Thirassiá, Asproníssi, Palea and Nea Kaméni in the southernmost part of Cyclades.

Did you know that the whole complex of Santorini islands is still an active volcano (the same as Méthana, Mílos and Nísiros) and probably the only volcano in the world whose crater is in the sea? The islands that form Santorini came into existence as a result of intensive volcanic activity; twelve huge eruptions occurred, one every 20,000 years approximately, and each violent eruption caused the collapse of the volcano’s central part creating a large crater (caldera). The volcano, however, managed to recreate itself over and over again.

Cyclades Islands

Santorini

Crescent-shaped Santorini (or Thíra), the precious gem of the Aegean, is actually a group of islands consisting of Thíra, Thirassiá, Asproníssi, Palea and Nea Kaméni in the southernmost part of Cyclades.

Did you know that the whole complex of Santorini islands is still an active volcano (the same as Méthana, Mílos and Nísiros) and probably the only volcano in the world whose crater is in the sea? The islands that form Santorini came into existence as a result of intensive volcanic activity; twelve huge eruptions occurred, one every 20,000 years approximately, and each violent eruption caused the collapse of the volcano’s central part creating a large crater (caldera). The volcano, however, managed to recreate itself over and over again.

Contact info

How you can reach us
  • +30 6944426014
  • kaiser80@otenet.gr
  • Akti Moutsopoulou 37, Piraeus

Contact

Feel free to contact us

Availability

Check the dates for availability

Calendar is loading...
Powered by Booking Calendar