Reasons to Visit:

  1. The Acropolis: Perched on top of a rocky outcrop for 2,500 years, they’ve now been absorbed into a sprawling modern metropolis, but you’ll still be dazzled

  2. Museum of Cycladic Art: A lavish museum that’s home to more than 3,000 artifacts of Cycladic, ancient Greek and Cypriot origin.

  3. Monastiraki Neighborhood: Monastiraki is one of the oldest and busiest areas of the capital, packed with rooftop bars, ancient sights and huge markets.

  4. Temple of Poseidon: Athens isn’t short on treats for fans of Greek mythology. This is the temple you should visit first. 

Symi Island

Reasons to Visit:

  1. Panormitis Monastery: Refers to a miraculous icon of the Archangel Michael on the island of Symi and is one of the four miraculous icons of the Archangel in the Dodecanese of Greece.

  2. Kali Strata: It's lots of steps hiking up Kali Strata, but the architectures and the view are worth it. If you're staying in Symi overnight and prefer no crowd, go in the late 

  3. Marathouta Bay: Marathounta is one of the most beautiful beaches on Symi. Twenty kilometre from the main port of the island, where George Kalodoukas has been keeping for more than ten years his own organic farm with olive trees, vegetables, grape yard etc.


Reasons to Visit:

  1. Swim in Kolybithres beach: As one would imagine, there is much debate among locals regarding which beach is the best. For us, and I promise we’re not alone in this, the popular vote goes to the beach of Kolybithres

  2. Walk on the cobbled streets of Naousa: Scenic cobbled alleys with their beauty enhanced by the traditional Cycladic white and blue colors lead to the Venetian castle, on the beach of Naoussa, called Kastelli.

  3. Visit the temple of Ekatontapyliani: Its imposing architectural structure is a sight not to be missed. With the temple having been restored between 1959 and 1966 by archaeologist Anastasios Orlandos, Ekatontapyliani is one of the most well-preserved monuments of Byzantine tradition.


Reasons to Visit:

  1. Discover the Windmills in Chora: The windmills are among the most recognized landmarks of the island and one of the most famous Mykonos attractions along with Little Venice. 

  2. Have a drink in little Venice: Little Venice is a neighborhood with colorful houses built on the edge of the sea. It took its name due to its resemblance with Venice. Nowadays the houses have been turned into elegant bars and restaurants and are among the best places in town to watch the sunset while sipping a cocktail.

  3. Stroll around Mykonos town: Lose yourself in the winding alleys of Mykonos town with the white houses, blue doors and windows and colorful bougainvilleas is a must do in Mykonos. Head to the area of Matogiania with the chic shops and trendy bars. The place to be in the center of the town.

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