Kefalos is not always what comes to mind when you think of Kos. People always tend to think of the same two places. Kos Town and Kardamena. Next time you are thinking of heading to the island why not head down to the western tip and discover the sights of Kefalos? This area has a whole host of activities … Read more Kefalos – The Ultimate Guide!
Kefalonia is the biggest of the Eptanesse island complex in the Ionian Sea. It’s an island renowned not only for its sapphire waters and greenery but also for its great history. It’s the place which Homer’s Odyssey called home (yes, that was Kefalonia, not Ithaca as many believe). Even though the island was devastated by a major earthquake … Read more Kefalonia – Complete Guide!
During my visit to Corfu, I had the lovely opportunity to visit the wonderful, tucked away town of Lefkimmi on the south-east part of the island. This hidden gem is the second-largest town in Corfu, about 6km north-west of the popular resort town, Kavos. Considered the best example of Greek culture on the entire island, Lefkimmi is … Read more Lefkimmi, Corfu’s Hidden Gem!
The whole island of Rhodes is special, but Lindos always seems to offer up something extra. Maybe I am biased as I have a thing about medieval towns and villages, but for me, it is one of the best parts of Rhodes. The town itself is popular with tourists and at its busiest in the mornings. … Read more Lindos (Rhodes) – The Ultimate Guide!
The capital of Kos is the beautiful Kos Town, built on the island’s south eastern side. Kos Town, besides the capital, is also the main port of the island. The modern Kos Town is built on the same location as its ancient predecessor, thus history and culture go hand in hand in every corner. The … Read more Kos Town: History and Nightlife Together!
Ornos resort is located on the southwest part of Mykonos and is only 3.5 kilometers away from the capital, Mykonos Town. It used to be a small fishing village, but has been touristic developed in a massive scale the last years. The beach on the front of the resort has caster sand, blue waters and … Read more Ornos: Feel Like a captain
Tourlos is a small, coastal village on the north side of Mykonos. It is around 2.5 kilometers from Mykonos Town. Traditionally, it used to be a quiet place, less popular to tourists, with not many activities. But nowadays, it’s the location of the island’s newly developed commercial port and the public yacht port. Many of … Read more Tourlos – The Coastal Village
Milos is an island with volcanic origins and the most western one in the Cyclades complex. It is known to many people from the discovery of “Venus di Milo”, the famous statue. The statue of Aphrodite might now have been “exported” to the Louvre, but this is not the only reason to visit the island. … Read more Milos: The “island of colors!”
Mykonos, or “The island of the winds” as it’s nicknamed, is geographically located on the northern side of the Cyclades and is the absolute star among the Greek islands. Mykonos is the ultimate holiday place for all ages and preferences, particularly for youngsters looking for entertainment throughout the day. Don’t forget to check out the … Read more Mykonos: The island of the winds
Plaka is Milos’ capital town and one of the most intact capitals of the Cyclades. It was founded around 1800 on a hill 220 meters above sea level, with the traditional Cycladic architecture: picturesque tiled alleys, whitewashed houses with coloured windows and small balconies full of flowers make Plaka what it is today. It is … Read more Plaka – Milos’ Must Visit Capital!