Travel to the Blue Island of Naxos, the biggest and greenest Cycladic Island with impressively high mountains, fertile valleys, sandy beaches and traditional villages.
Explore the mysterious simplicity of Anafi at the edge of Cyclades, which had emerged from the bottom of the Aegean Sea to give shelter to the Argonauts.
Or… start an adventure in Santorini Island, the precious gem of the Aegean with spectacular views, unique natural beauty and wild scenery created by the volcanic eruptions. Jacques Cousteau sailed the Calypso to Santorini hoping to discover the Lost City of Atlantis. He didn’t find any evidence of its existence, but he discovered the biggest underwater caldera in the world, which turned Santorini into one of the best diving destinations in the Mediterranean.
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Hide away between the larger Cycladic islands of Naxos and Amorgos, in Koufonissia, the paradise of Aegean. This is an Island made up of two tiny almost-connected islands, Ano Koufonissi with its whitewashed Cycladic cottages and Kato Koufonissi which is uninhabited.