Summer is coming and start booking for vacation and returning Greek islands preferred by many tourists as a destination for relaxation. There are a few very little known islands, travel agencies promoting usually only a few, already famous Santorini, Corfu, Thassos.
Paros has over 30 wild beaches In Paros there are at least 30 beaches, each with a unique appearance. In the north of the island is Kolymbithres beach with bizarre rock formations, perfectly polished by the sea and sand that seem to be from another planet.
Tourists surfing or sailing enthusiasts can choose the area south of the island, where the beach Chrissi Akti will find. Here are hungry and small taverns where the tourist can enjoy local specialties souvlaki. In Paros there are few luxury hotels, tourist accommodation facilities consisting of more small and picturesque viluţe that provides all the necessary comfort. In Antiparos time seems to flow more slowly A luxury hotel on the island there are neighboring Antiparos. It’s called the Beach House and was opened last year, is a boutique hotel.
In Antiparos can be reached quickly, in 4 hours with a ferry from Athens or 30 minutes, if the landing takes place on the neighboring island’s airport, Paros. The little island is the ideal destination for tourists who want peace, who want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of other worldly famous islands such as Patmos. On Antiparos, the tourist will see locals old resting under the trees or doing nude hippies in special places, just like in the 1970s. These tranquil island attracted hundreds of years artists and famous writers. Lord Byron visited Antiparos in the early 1800s and even left his signature in a cave here. Another known writer Truman Capote, and spent the summer of 1958 Paros.
For those who choose to spend their vacation here, life is conducted in a quiet routine: sleep, food, beach and read. Time seems to flow more slowly, offering guests the opportunity to charge the batteries for the rest of the year.
Pano Koufonisi Island, located near Naxos has water as blue as exotic paradises of the Caribbean. The coast is low, with a porous appearance, with many natural pools and cliffs. It is the smallest and densely populated island in the Cyclades, with an area of only 3.5 square kilometers and 366 inhabitants. Tourism has emerged here until 10 years ago, until then dealt almost exclusively with locals fishing occupation is kept now.