Things to do
Plaka, also known as the “neighbourhood of the gods,” is the oldest neighbourhood of Athens. Walking on its paved narrow streets you get the feeling that you are travelling back in time. The origin of the name of the neighbourhood is unknown, although theories abound.
Milos is located at the southwestern edge of Cyclades and is the group’s fifth largest island. It has an area of 151 sq. km, a coastline of 126 km and there are 4,770 inhabitants. The strange shapesof its rocks, the beautiful colours, the ensnaring white sandy beaches and sculpted rocks are due to the island’s volcanic terrain.
Floating in the Aegean Sea there are some of the most beautiful and famous islands in the world. Beaches with clear crystal waters, traditional villages, and a rich history on the other islands of the Aegean: all together they guarantee an island touring experience of a lifetime!
Athens is one of the world’s oldest cities with its recorded history spanning around 3,400 years and being inhabited since the 11th millennium BCE. Athens is a must destination that combines modern urban innovation with history, culture and natural beauty throughout the year.
Paros is a cosmopolitan holiday destination with a well developed tourism infrastructure. There is much to see and do on this island, the Parian wine is famous and of course, the wonderful beaches.
Serifos is a typical Cyclades island, ideal for relaxed vacations, featuring tranquil little harbours, snow-white villages and golden sandy beaches, as well as steep masses of rock, hills with no vegetation and extraordinary scenery.
A surprisingly green island for the Cyclades, Sifnos offers a good variety of peace and quiet and things to do. The are quite good connections with other islands as well as the mainland from Sifnos.
Hotels in Omonoia Square, in the centre of Athens Greece. Omonoia because of its central location has an easy access to many landmarks and to different parts of the city. The metro station and the underground train can be used to travel to the airport or to the Pireus port for accessing the Greek Islands. There are also many buses and trolleys that can be used to commute around Athens. Deals on places to stays!
Sifnos, Naxos, Paros, Milos, Sikinos, Ios and Folegandros are all part of the Cyclades islands, located very close to each other and can be visited with a short trip. Ideal for Greek Island hopping!