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Top 10 unknown paradises in Greece

Agistri ● Gavdos ● Kasos ● Keros ● Lihadonisia ● Othonoi ● Psara ● Schinoussa ● Trizonia ● Vourvourou ● 10 July 2017
 

Greece is a country with incredible variety and although it is small, it still has many uncharted heavens. If you are searching for something different, an off-the-beaten-path oasis, which has remained untouched and unspoiled away from the mass tourism, these unknown Greek islands are your best choice.

Agistri

Agistri is the lesser known destination of the Saronic Islands, although it has maybe the most beautiful beaches in the Saronic Gulf. Only one hour from Athens, the relaxed atmosphere, the pine trees forests, the scenic coves and the fish taverns with fresh fish and quality seafood, make Agistri a top choice for a weekend from Athens.

Agistri

Lihadonisia

Across from Kamena Vourla in Evia, the islet complex of Lihadonisia has lush greenery, turquoise waters and volcanic landscape. Justifiably, they are called the Caribbean of Greece.

Lihadonisia

Kasos

Between Crete and Karpathos, is located Kasos, the island which has one of the best beaches in Greece (Marmara), with azure waters and fine white sand.

Gavdos

Gavdos is a tiny island that is located to the south of Chania Crete and is the southernmost point of Europe. It is an exotic island, which makes you believe that you are swimming in the sea of Africa. Just a few taverns and rooms to let, free camping, total blue and a chair as a trademark on the top of the hill constitute the landscape of Gavdos.

Gavdos

Keros

Keros is an archaeological paradise between Naxos and Koufonisi. It is uninhabited, but its beaches are truly exotic, and the history of this island, as it was the cradle of the Neolithic Cycladic civilisation, just fascinating.

Vourvourou islands

Vourvourou is a complex of 9 tiny islands near Chalkidiki. Emerald waters and pine trees until the coastline, create an amazing scenery.

Vourvourou in Chalkidiki

Trizonia

In the Corinthian Gulf, you can find the small idyllic island of Trizonia. Trizonia is so beautiful that Onassis was thinking about buying it, but he finally bought Scorpios in the Ionian Sea.

Schinoussa

Schinoussa is one of the stunning, unexplored islands of Small Cyclades near Naxos. Untouched beauty, cerulean waters, calm holidays and great hospitality are the top things you can be sure you will have in Schinoussa.

Psara

Northwest of Chios, Psara is an island with great heroic history and unbelievable natural beauty. This forgotten land combines the landscape of the Aegean Sea and the authentic hospitality of the locals.

Othonoi

Othonoi, the small island in the Ionian Sea near Corfu, is the westernmost point of Greece. Olive groves, cypress forests and the stunning beaches of the Ionian Sea make Othonoi a heaven on earth.

Othonoi

Where to Stay

Hotel in Athens, Greece Carolina Hotel
8.8 10
Carolina Hotel
55, Kolokotroni str., 10560 Athens, Greece

Hotel Carolina is strategically located in the center of Athens, just 500 m from the lively Monastiraki Square and 200 m from Ermou shopping street. The main square of Athens, Syntagma, is a 10-minute walk away. Plaka, the historic part of Athens, is a 15-minute walk away. Athens International Airport is at 43 km.

Hotel & Hostel in Thessaloniki, Greece Hotel Kastoria
Hotel Kastoria
17, Leontos Sofou str., 54626 Thessaloniki, Greece

Hotel Kastoria is located just a 5-minute walk from Ladadika, the historic center of Thessaloniki with many restaurants, bars and shops. Eleftherias Square can be reached in less than 10 minutes on foot, and Aristotelous Square is at 1 km. Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia is 20 km away.

Appartment in Zagorochoria, Greece Elafotopos
Elafotopos
Elafotopos, 44007 Zagorochoria, Greece

The hostel is located in Lower Mahala village, next to the church of the Assumption and the Folklore Museum, always with the same flavors and hearty welcome Mrs. Eleni who makes you feel at home.


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