The famous Ios

Ios is often described as one of the most famous and visited islands in the group of the Cyclades, Greece. This destination combines a unique mixture of history, geographical characteristics, and beautiful landscapes in such a way that it is very difficult to find another spot which reunites such aspects in a similar way in the rest of the region.

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The small town of Batsi

Batsi is a small town, often defined as a cottage, situated within the Greek region of the Cyclades. This town can be found at about 7 km from the eastern side of Megara, next to a mountain towards the northern area of Salamis, a municipality to which it belongs. This is a very interesting spot which tourists should always try to visit while being in this region due to the special way in which it combines nature, history, and entertainment.

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Amorgos and its history

Amorgos is one of the most visited islands in the Cyclades of Greece. This island has a size of about 120 km2 and inhabited by around 1800 people can be found at the east of the Cyclades, next to Dodecanese. Anciently called Minoa, the origins of this city and its population can be found strongly attached to the Cretans who are believed to be the first inhabitants in this island.

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The charming Katapola

Katapola is not only a very charming and picturesque destination, but also a very important town in the Cyclades due to the fact that it has the main port in the region. This way, this is a very appealing tourist destination and without any doubt one of the first places visitors should meet while being in the Greek Cyclades due to the vaiety of choices it offers and the fact that almost every tourists could find something nice to do no matter what their age or preferences are.

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Visiting Andros

Andros is an island in the Greek Cyclades which can be found at about 3 km from the north of Tinos and 10 km from the south east of Euboea. This island has a size of about 16 km wide and 40 km long and offers a very interesting geographical appearance composed by a mixture of mountains and fertile valleys inhabited by about 20.000 people.

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