Delos

Delos is a small island in the Cyclades archipelago, just a few miles away from cosmopolitan Mykonos.

The great particularity of Delos is the huge quantity of monuments and archaeological sites it has on its soil. The excavations in the island are among the most extensive in the Mediterranean.

Delos bears traces of Aegean civilization from 3rd millennium BC. It has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Elafonisos

The island of Elafonisos is a small Greek island between the Peloponnese and Kythira. The area of the island is only19 kmĀ². Nowadays Elafonisos Island is by far the largest inhabited island of the Peloponnese.

Folegrandos

Folegrandos is not a very big island it only has around 700 inhabitants the island is often called the island of peace. Folegandros has three small villages, Karavostasi (the port), the Chora, Ano Meria and Agali Beach that are connected by paved roads.

Dokos

Dokos is one of the many beautiful islands Greece has to offer. It is a rather small island, separated from the Peloponnese only by a narrow strait also known as the "Hydra Gulf". With its small size of 13 km2 it is the home of only 18 people all of whom are monks or shepards. The island has been inhabited since the era of copper around 6000 BC but it got its current name only in the 18th century from a family of shipowners from Hydra.

Evia

This week in our Radio, in our Place section you will find everything you need to know about one of the wonderful Greek islands! Are you ready to discover which one?

Fourni

Next to Chios island in the North part of the Aegean Sea you can find the little island Fourni, we would like to introduce to you this charming little place.
A welcoming and cheerful port area, beaches, and traditional Greek tavernas sum up what you can expect on Fourni. Believe us, you have to try this unknown spot in the Aegean Sea, more alive that you think.

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