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The new trendy destinations in Greece

Folegandros ● Kythira ● Kythnos ● Milos ● Patmos ● Paxoi ● 09 July 2017
 

Are you searching for a destination inspiration for your next trip in the Greek islands? These islands are the new trend among the travellers in Greece. Learn about them and plan your next vacations!

Kythnos

Kythnos is the new trend in Cyclades in a very close distance to Athens, so you can visit it even for a couple of days during your city break in Athens. Although it is located 2 hours from the capital, Kythnos remains an unspoiled island. Chora is typically Cycladic, the food in the traditional taverns is delicious and cheap, the people are hospitable and ready to please you, and you can find there the astonishing beaches of the Aegean Sea.


Kythira

Kythira is the legendary home of Aphrodite, and it has inspired many artists over the centuries. The island's location under the Peloponnese Peninsula has kept it a pure destination for those, who know. Golden sand beaches, pine woods for hiking and Venetian castles to explore are only some of the amazing things you can do on Kythira.


Milos

Milos is the best hidden gem of the Aegean Sea, an island that looks like the painting of a famous painter, a painting where unique colours and an amazing landscape were put together to create an extraordinary picture. It is not only the wonderful things you can do in Milos, it is the atmosphere of this island that can promise you unforgettable vacations. It is only a matter of time that the lovers of the Aegean Islands explore this island and get impressed by the landscape of its astonishing beaches, its volcanic soil, the authenticity of its people and its lovely, seaside and mountainous villages.


Folegandros

Folegandros is an unexplored paradise that can give to its visitor a different, alternative and unique aura that is unforgettable for everyone. This small, rocky and mountainous island of Cyclades with only 650 inhabitants is located in a close distance to Milos and Santorini. The last years it has become fashionable for the Athenians that look for something different, but Folegandros remains an authentic Greek island, ideal for peaceful and romantic vacations.


Patmos

Patmos is not only a summer destination with wonderful beaches and impressive medieval villages. Thanks to its reputation as the place where Saint John wrote the Apocalypse, it is a popular religious destination for pilgrims all over the world. If you are interested in this strong spiritual character, visit Patmos and feel the quiet and mystical vibes of the island.

Paxoi

Paxoi is the only small island of the Ionian Islands. Full of trees, green nature and the most impressive, turquoise waters in Greece are the characteristics of Paxoi. If you love the lush greenery, the Italian-style towns and the peaceful aura of a small island, then, Paxoi is the ultimate destination for you.

Where to Stay

Hotel in Kalambaka, Greece Hotel Kaikis
Hotel Kaikis
146, Trikalon str., 42200 Kalambaka, Greece

Hotel Kaikis is located in the centre of Kalabaka. The town of Trikala is a 20-minute drive away.

Hotel in Athens, Greece Hotel Rio Athens
7.7 10
Hotel Rio Athens
13, Odisseos str., Karaiskaki Square, 10436 Athens, Greece

Hotel Rio Athens is conveniently located on the quiet pedestrian street of Κaraiskaki Square, just 1 km from Syntagma Square. Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport is 25 km away, while the port of Piraeus is 15 km away.

Hotel in Lipsi, Greece Calypso Hotel
Calypso Hotel
Lipsi, 85001 Lipsi, Greece

Being located just 2 minutes walk from the beach and 120 m from the main ferry harbor of Lipsi village, the family-run Calypso Hotel provides budget accommodation in self-catering studios. Lipsi island has a good ferry connection to Piraeus (Athens) and to the surrounding islands of Kalymnos, Leros, Patmos and Samos. During the summer months there are also daily routes for hydrofoils, a catamaran and district ferry boats from Rhodes and Kos islands.


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