A greek island for you

So you want to take a trip to the good ole Greek islands, and we can't fault you. But there are nearly 6.000 of them scattered around, so finding what's right for you can be tricky.

Below there is a list of the most famous islands, explaining what each of them can offer you!!  

FOR PARTY LOVERS
Mykonos
Known for its beautiful beaches, luxurious resorts and wild nightlife, this is the island for party lovers. The wildest parties can typically be found at Paradise Club Mykonos, where they bring famous DJs to throw giant music-filled parties.

FOR NATURE LOVERS
Thassos

Surrounded by the crystal blue waters of the Aegean Sea, near the northern coast of Greece, sits the island of Thassos, also known as the Emerald island. Here you can immerse yourself in a breath-taking natural environment and get to know a laid-back culture that warmly welcomes every visitor.

FOR COUPLES
Santorini
This is the idyllic Greek island you see in photos. Head to the home of those iconic white cliffside homes with blue roofs and cozy on up with your sweetie. .

FOR FOODIES
Crete
Consider this foodie heaven. Taste the local treats like olive oil, dakos and sweet cheese  in some of the island's fresh markets and then take part in mikro ypno, the Greek version of a siesta.

FOR THOSE OVER 50
Paros
The lack of wild nightlife coupled with fairly flat roads makes this island a hit with the older crowd. The port of Parikia is a charming fishing village that is best explored at a leisurely pace.

FOR FAMILIES WITH YOUNG KIDS

Corfu

It is totally easy to get there, only 3 hours travelling from the airport of Thessaloniki, Corfu has shallow and sandy beaches equipped with cafes and restaurants right in the sand.

FOR FAMILIES WITH OLDER KIDS
Paxos
This island has everything, making it perfect for families with varying interests and a limited budget. You can hike through the mountain villages, explore the beaches, waterski or mountain bike.

FOR THOSE WHO WANT R&R.

Ithaca
It has a super dramatic landscape, all the better to enjoy the vast stretches of uninhabited land and peaceful villages.

 

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