Dodecanese: A dozen island beauties on the edge of the Aegean.
A cluster of twelve islands in the southeastern edge of the Aegean, jewels of all sizes decorating the big blue sea: the Dodecanese form a bridge between Europe and the East and everywhere you’ll see traces of peoples and cultures that made their mark over the centuries: Ionians, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Ottomans, and Italians. Each island has a character all its own and all offer a plethora of opportunities for relaxation, sightseeing, adventures, and gastronomical pleasure – with a backdrop of stunningly beautiful beaches.
Sporades: A journey to the greatness of nature.
The Sporades: Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos. Three lush green enchanting islands with stunning beaches. Among them, the famous sea park of the Northern Sporades. Discover Skiathos, the birthplace of Alexandros Papadiamantis, and enjoy a relaxing swim in Koukounaries, one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. On Skopelos, where “Mamma Mia” was filmed, you will admire the unique architecture of its capital town (“Hora”). On Alonissos’ hiking trails, you will explore the beauty of unspoiled nature. Enjoy the sea and sand, alone or with company. The most popular beaches are in Pelion, offering a choice of sand or white pebbles to go with the turquoise water.