Greek Islands - Travel and historical information for all the Greek Islands


Greek Islands

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(Travel and historical information for all the Greek Islands)

1000+1 Greek Islands... await you, travel, visit and have unforgettable holidays. Swim in aquamarine waters, heavenly beaches, fish, have fun, enjoy the sea and all the marine sports. (water ski, scuba diving, etc)

Visit the picturesque villages, historical
and archaeological areas. Select your accommodation in hotels of all categories, rooms, apartments, bungalows or villas.

Admire the Greek culture; each island has its own architectural style as well as traditions and customs with rich scenery to be photographed. The flavours of the Greek cuisine will remain unforgettable, with fresh produce, the world famous Greek olive oil, the seafood varieties, fish, octopus and, naturally, ouzo, raki, retsina and wine.

Thousand and one nights... Greek style! Make merry and have fun in tavernas, restaurants, bars and discos.

Greek Islands
The land of paradise... Greek style.

Select your Island... and reserve your seats and tickets with the boat of the company of your choice. Travel with a highspeed ferry or a conventional ferry boat, fast and easy by using the ONLINE reservation system we offer.

Bear in mind that this online system is directly connected with the Shipping Companies and displays their official approved itineraries.

The reservations that you make on this system are in real time.

Click on your chosen Island and begin...

The minimum period to reserve ahead of sailing has been fixed at 4 days. You can select the method of dispatch of your tickets, sent to your address or to be collected on the day of departure from the check in desk in the harbour.

Bon voyage!



The home of the Faikon, the most cosmopolitan island of the Ionian rich in natural beauty, a strong cultural heritage and a modern tourist infrastructure.


Ithaca is characterized by its magical beaches with crystal waters, its distinguished place in history and fame... Ithaca of the Odyssey.


It is surrounded be endless gulfs and seashore with deep aquamarine spotless waters. Myrtos beach is entered on the list of the most beautiful beaches of our planet.


A natural setting with unique beaches, caves, waterfalls and natural springs. Villages with their island architecture and historic buildings reflecting aspects of its history.


Paxos and Antipaxos. Paxos is very picturesque island with many caves and natural springs, a small verdant paradise that combines its natural scenery with nobility.


Endowed by nature with unique beauties, endless green landscapes, idyllic beaches and impressive marine caves. Shelter of the caretta-caretta turtle.



Many unique natural sights and archaeological areas. The White Ori mountain range runs through from west to east and drops to a large plateau and many gorges.


Many important archaeological areas, golden beaches, aquamarine seas and historical monuments in the entire region, compose the multifaceted image of this prefecture.


Kythira, island is the island of the goddess of Celestrial Aphroditi (Venus) and Love. Beautiful beaches, churches and monasteries, waterfalls and caves, compose a charming landscape.


In the prefecture are: the eminent Diktion Antron, the Palm Forest of Vai and Spinalonga. Many natural beauties in the area for nature lovers.


Many historical sights and natural beauties. Its beaches are spotless and most have been awarded the European Blue Flag.



One of the most important centres of Cyclades culture. It is noted for its archaeological wealth, rural architecture, art and local customs.


One of the more beautiful islands of the group that maintains its natural beauty. Many beautiful beaches with golden sandy beaches and aquamarine waters.


It owes its name to the mythical hero Andros, grandson of Apollo. Significant are the abundant waters that spring almost from each part of the island.


It is a picturesque Cycladic island with an enchanting harbour, clean sandy beaches, isolated chapels, Venetian castle ruins and crystal waters on all its coasts.


It is famed for its capital, Hora that is built on the verge of a precipice on the north coast of the island. Its houses are integrated into the walls of the Castle.


This picturesque island of the Cyclades is one of the jewels of the Aegean. In antiquity Ios was one of the islands that claimed as the origin of Homer.


The coasts and beaches alternate between sandy and pebbled, low rocks to abrupt and steep, all have crystal waters.

Kea (Tzia)

It is the western island of Cyclades and one of the least populated. Impressive are the ruins of the temple of Apollo and Athina, the eminent Stone Lion from 600 BC.


An island with a rich history. Its current name comes from Kimolo, who, according to legend, was its first settler.


The residents call it Thermia, this name is derived from the hot springs that exist on the island. It is also the location of one of the older windmill energy parks in Greece.


Koufonisi is the smaller and more populated islands of the Cyclades. Boats transport visitors to Kato Koufonisi that are sparsely inhabited.


Born from the eruptions of undersea volcanos it has the most amazing colours and rock formations in the Aegean. Its beaches are equally colourful and impressive.


The windy island is without doubt the renowned island in Greece. Beyond its cosmopolitan side, there are quiet hamlets and isolated beaches.


It is the largest island of the Cyclades and is located in the heart of the Aegean. It is distinguished for its fertile land.


Its beautiful beaches attract many visitors of the world as well as its monuments as the temple of Athina testifying to the brilliant culture that flourished on the island.

Santorini (Thira)

An island of unique beauty and magical sunsets. The ‘black’ beaches and volcanic rocks are awe inspiring.


It is one of the most enchanting islands that maintains its authentic character. Stone built homes, cobbled lanes, dovecotes and windmills as well as splendid beaches.


A charming island with marvellous beaches, picturesque settlements and landscapes that are dotted with white chapels and other sights.


One of the smaller islands that excites visitors with its natural beauty, simplicity, peacefulness and warm hospitality of its residents. Its beaches are beautiful and clean.


It is the capital of the Cyclades. The elegant neoclassical mansions are well maintained that the island has been characterised as the ‘Sovereign of the Aegean’.


Faithful from all corners of the world come in order to pray to the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary, Megaloharis. The island hides other beauties as traditional dovecotes.



An island with natural beauty and three picturesque settlements: Agios Georgios, Megalo and Mikro Horio. Magical golden sand beaches with crystal clear waters.


The particular shape of the island separates it into two departments. Hora, the capital, is built on a rock where jutting out into the sea shaping two capes.


Its name emanates from the copper mines that exist on the island. It has been nominated ‘The centre of Peace & Friendship’ and each summer has organised cultural events.


The pole of attraction for lovers of diving and climbing as it allocates a magical undersea wealth and on land 850 organised climbing routes.


Continuing with its traditions and the authenticity of villages with the women of the village of Olympus circulate wearing their local traditional costumes.


The coastline of the island is full of all sorts of beaches making it possible for the visitor to find a beach that would suit their needs.


The ideal choice for quiet holidays, traditional island style residences, the churches, quiet alleys and a picturesque harbour.


The island of Hippocrates, the father of medicine. Verdant slopes with traditional settlements with white painted houses drowned in flowers.


As its name implies, it is a flat island with immense plains and low mountains covered with pines, oaks and many flowers.


Its imposing volcano captures the imagination. The volcanic craters with the white orange/yellow rocks constitute unique sight.


It is characterised as the ‘The Island of Revelation’ as Agios Ioannis the Theologian wrote the Revelation in 95 AD. One of the most dreamed of settings of and island in Greece.


The largest island of the Dodecanese, walls, castles, galleries, fortresses and palaces transport the visitor to past eras. The Medieval City is a World Heritage site.


The 19th century town has been characterised as conservation settlement and impresses with the colours of the walls and windows, the elaborate pediments and pebbled courtyards.


The capital is Megalo Horio located inland stretched out on slopes of a hill with the ancient castle built by the Knights of Agios Ioannis.


Agios Efstratios

It is the most isolated island of the Archipelago. It was the most misjudged island as it was a place of exile for political dissidents.


Chios has variety of flowers, a landscape with a continuously changing pallet of colours. The island is one of the richer regions of Europe for orchids.


Ikaria is characterised by its wild beauty, dense vegetation, tall mountains, rivers, ravines and beautiful beaches. Mythology connects the island with Icarus.

Lesvos (Mytilini)

An island paradise with thermal springs and a varying seashore, leaving visitors in awe of its perfection of form and crystal waters.


The volcanic island, the black imposing rocks, abrupt hills and lacy seashore with white sandy beaches create landscapes of infinite beauty.


The island is not only known for its splendid beaches, but is also know for its contribution in the 1821 Revolution that proved decisive.


It is characterised by the incredible variations of its landscape combined with its history and appreciable monuments, has been established as a destination of world renown.



It is located in the centre of the Saronikos Gulf, an island with a history and natural beauty.


The town of Hydra has been designated a conservation site and motorised transport is prohibited. There are many traditional houses with tiled roofs, blue doors and windows.


The island of Neptune. It has a narrow seaway channel separating it from the coast of the Peloponnese. Its natural beauties create magical images.


Known and as the island of aromas, because of its plentiful fragrant plants. The island has verdant landscapes and the prohibition cars allows for a peaceful environment.



The island combines the aquamarine sea, rich vegetation and island architecture. Emblem of the island is the Mediterranean Monk seal - Monachus Monachus.


The emerald island is considered one of the more beautiful islands of Greece and the most cosmopolitan island of the Sporades. Its exotic beaches have acquired world renown.


A verdant paradise, where the green pines meet the aquamarine of the Aegean; creates magical images that are engraved in the memory of its visitors.


In the north of island are the green landscapes, while in the south are the rocky regions contributing to the creation of the most impressive island charm with its intense oppositions.



Known from antiquity as ‘Sacred Island’. Hora is built above the ruins of the medieval castle between the slopes of the Saos range.


It combines mountain and sea, organised beaches and numerous bays, intense cosmopolitan life and the possibility for isolation. The temple of Neptune is worth a visit.