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.
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
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
This prefecture nestled between Chania and Helaklio, will steal your hearts with its Renaissance appearance and its unique character. With a history that can be traced back to the Neolithic age, vast sandy beaches and the biggest mountains of the island. It delivers amazing experiences for all types of visitors.
When you travel in Greece, particularly Lesvos, you should leave plenty of time for sightseeing. You can fill your time with visiting the top attractions in Vatera, which is in Lesvos. The most popular attraction in Vatera is her beach. About Lesvos: Lesvos is actually the third largest island in Greece. She
The region that surrounds the small Prespa Lake and the Great Prespa Lake is Prespa. This is an international region shared by Macedonia, Greece and Albania. Of these, Macedonia makes up the major part of the great Prespa Lakes. About Macedonia For most foreign visitors, the term Macedonia reminds them of Alexander