Cyclades islands

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The Cyclades  are a Greek island group in the Aegean Sea, south-east of the mainland of Greece. Cyclades islands comprise more than 2000 islands, such as: Ios, Serifos, Sikinos, Paros, Mykonos and others. The so-called "Cycladic village" is the very symbol of Greece with its blazing white houses set in an eye-flinching rockscape between the great blues of the sea and the sky.

The climate is generally dry and mild. Agricultural produce includes wine, fruit, wheat, olive oil, and tobacco. Cooler temperatures are in higher elevations and mainly do not receive wintry weather.


The island of Antiparos is located in the heart of the Cyclades’ Islands cluster, southwest of Paros. Antiparos is endued with sheer natural beauty and throbs with golden sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and verdurous landscapes full of cedar trees, whereas it has a charming village where most activities are concentrated. Here you can rent beautiful villas...  

Kea (Tzia)

A few kilometres from Athens International airport and one hour from the port of Lavrio are enough in order to be charmed by the first island of the Cyclades, Kea, also known as Tzia. Its capital, Ioulis, is inland at a high altitude and is very picturesque. Other major villages of Kea are Korissia (the main port) and Vourkari (fishing village but also home to private yachts). After suffering depopulation for many decades, Kea has been recently rediscovered by Athenians as a convenient destination for weekends and yachting trips as it is the nearest to Attica Region and Athens...  


The Greek island situated in the heart of the Aegean Sea; easily accessible from Athens. Even if you have never visited Mykonos, you often come across it on endless numbers of postcards and pictures of white, shining houses, scattered around bare ground hills against a background of blue sparkling sea waters and serene sky.  


Paros is an island, situated in the heart of the Cyclades Islands which has become one of the centre of tourist's life in the Cyclades - people anually visit this island for relaxing, swimming, going in for water sports ( surfing, wind-surfing etc) and a large number of people have decided to invest on this small paradise on earth.  

Patmos island

Patmos is a charming, picturesque and tranquil island. It is ideal for alternative turism. The simultaneous presence and incredible mix of spirituality, wild untouched nature with beautiful and sandy beaches as well quality intense night life, makes it one of the most unique places of Greece…  


World famous Santorini in the Cyclades, Aegean, although relatively small, has one of the most spectacular landscapes in Greece and in the world. The traditional villages of the island, built on tall cliffs, offer a breathtaking view over the submerged volcano. They represent the beautiful Greek cliche you have always dreamed about!...  

Sifnos island

Sifnos island , according to myths and legends, appears to be the island of Apollo. This is probably the reason explaining why the Greek God gifted the island with so many natural beauties! The island is home to 8 villages with their own, unique personality: medieval Castro, night-owl Apollonia, lazy Cheronissos, just to name a few…  


Syros is a Cycladic island which although it is rapidly developing and has a very good infrastructure, it still maintains the untouched color of the Cyclades and the elements of history and tradition...  

Tinos island

Tinos is an island situated in the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean sea. It has a land area of approximately 194 km2 and a population of nearly 9,000 inhabitants.