How many of the most beautiful Greek islands have you visited?

There are more than 200 inhabited islands in Greece, from the popular ones with a lot of people to the quiet and peaceful ones with a fairy-tale atmosphere, both the popular and the niche ones have their own charming scenery.


Santorini has a stunning volcanic landscape, stunning beaches and beautiful sunsets. The island attracts visitors all year round, especially in summer.


The larger and more populous Greek island, Crete is an important part of Greece’s economy and cultural heritage. From a tourist point of view, it is a great destination with ancient towns, stunning deserted beaches, quiet mountain villages and delicious local food.


One of Greece’s older resorts, Rhodes is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Colossus of the Sun, an island named after a beautiful ancient medieval city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Mykonos has around 10,000 inhabitants and tourism is the main industry for these inhabitants, Mykonos is particularly known for its cosmopolitan nightlife and beautiful beaches.

Zakynthos Island

Zakynthos is located in the Ionian Sea and it is the third largest island of the Ionian Islands. The island is named after Zakynthos, the son of the legendary Arcadian chieftain Dardanos.


Corfu is the second largest island of the Ionian Islands. The island is famous for its natural beauty and beautiful beaches, this island has two forts and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Skiathos Island

The island of Skiathos is full of pine trees and is also surrounded by numerous sandy beaches. The capital of the island is Skiathos, a village and Skiathos is an ideal place for a relaxing holiday.

Paros Island

Historically, the island of Paros was known for its exquisite white marble. Today, abandoned marble quarries and mines can be found on the island and nowadays Paros Island is mainly a famous tourist attraction, known for its beaches, nightlife and accommodation.

The Island of Izra

Just one hour and fifteen minutes from Piraeus, the island of Izra is home to the main town, known as ‘Hydra Harbour’, which consists of a crescent-shaped harbour with a row of restaurants, shops, markets and galleries at its heart, serving tourists and locals alike, and is one of the top ten car-free places in the world.


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