Best 25 Island of Greece To Visit In meme explained 2022
Do you want to explore the Greek islands? Here is a list of the best islands in Greece and a brief introduction to each island, along with photos.
- Best Greek Island for Honeymoons: Santorini
- Best Greek Islands for Partying: Mykonos, Zakynthos, Ios
- Best Greek Islands for Couples: Santorini, Paros, Crete, Folegandros
- Best Greek Islands for First Time Visitors: Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos
- Best Greek Islands for Beaches: Koufonisia, Mykonos, Ios, Crete, Naxos, Lefkada
- Best Greek Islands for Families: Naxos, Corfu, Crete
- Best Greek Islands for History: Crete, Rhodes, Santorini, Delos
- Best Greek Islands for Hiking: Crete, Folegandros, Santorini, Naxos, Sifnos
- Best Greek Island for Cycling: Kos
- Best Greek Islands for Luxury: Santorini, Mykonos
- Best Greek Islands for Festivals: Skyros, Tinos, Amorgos
- Best Greek Islands for Relaxation: Antiparos, Folegandros, Icaria, Karpathos
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Paros is located in the Cyclades and is known for its beaches and traditional towns, including the picturesque fishing village of Naoussa. It is an excellent destination that can easily combine with nearby Mykonos, Santorini, or Naxos.
I recommend staying in Naoussa, where you can book a traditional Cycladic house and stroll through the old port and the narrow alleys full of shops and cozy restaurants. Be sure to take a day trip to the village of Lefkes, which is very quaint and charming.
Paros can be reached by ferry from Piraeus (Athens) and Mykonos, Santorini, and nearby islands. There are also regular flights from Athens International Airport.
Skiathos has been for years the favorite of travelers who return to Greece year after year. Located in the Sporades, north of Athens, the island is especially famous for its sandy beaches and for being the location where Mamma Mia was filmed.
There are more than 60 beaches in Skiathos, including the iconic Lalaria Beach and Koukounaries, considered one of the best beaches in Greece. In addition, it is a lush island with beautiful paths that offer impressive landscapes and views.
Skiathos Town is the place to go for food and nightlife. There are direct flights to Skiathos from Italy, Germany, Austria, the UK, and Athens. Hellenic Seaways and Aegean Flying Dolphins also operate ferries between Volos and Skiathos.
Skopelos is the neighboring island of Skiathos, which became famous after the success of the Mamma Mia movies. Most of the exterior scenes were shot in Skopelos, called “Kalokairi.” Here you can also find the beautiful church of Agios Ioannis, which stands on top of the rock, which stairs can reach.
That said, Skopelos is well worth a visit in its own right. It is a beautiful tiny island in the Sporades. Skopelos Town is very charming and picturesque, as is the town of Glossa. Despite the increase in tourism, the island has maintained its authenticity.
There is no airport in Skopelos, and it can only be reached by boat. Another option is to take a bus from Athens to Agios Konstantinos to catch a direct ferry or catamaran to Skopelos.
Ikaria is one of the most exciting islands in Greece, not because of its white houses with blue doors and windows, but because of the local lifestyle. The island is part of what is known as a Blue Zone, which means that life expectancy is significantly higher than most places on Earth.
There are only five places globally recognized as Blue Zones, home to more centenarians than anywhere else. A local saying states that Icarians forget to die and that the secret of their longevity lies in the following factors: minimal use of medicines, Mediterranean diet, mid-day rest, good physical condition, sexual activity, strong family and social ties, as well as a relaxed rhythm of daily life.
In general, Icarians are happier and less stressed than others. Visiting the island of Ikaria may inspire you to live a healthier life. And when you are there, you can enjoy the beautiful beaches of Ikaria and the Greek hospitality.
Zakynthos used to be known as a party destination among young Brits, but in recent years the island has reinvented itself. Although Lagana still has a few open bars and lively nightlife, Zante has much more.
Shipwreck Cove is perhaps the most famous beach in Zakynthos, known for its impressive cliffs and magnificent views. The island is also known for its population of loggerhead sea turtles, which you can occasionally swim with when taking a boat tour.
I recently discovered Sifnos. It is a Cycladic island that deserves more attention. It is simply splendid, with pretty roads, picturesque old towns, and one of the best boutique hotels in Greece, Verina Astra.
Sifnos Island is also known for its food. There are several local recipes and prestigious restaurants that you should not miss. To Meraki to Manoli, Kelari, Absinthe, and Drimoni are some of the best restaurants in Sifnos.
Sifnos can only be reached by ferry, as there is no airport on the island. There are daily ferries from Piraeus (Athens), as well as from nearby Cyclades islands. Be sure to visit the old town of Kastro, the old fishing village of Hersonissos, and the central city of Apollonia.
Milos is another beautiful island in the Cyclades, full of history, picturesque seaside towns, and stunning scenery. In recent years, the island and especially Sarakiniko beach have been featured countless times by some of the best travel Instagrammers, increasing tourists coming to see the photogenic spots.
Mandrake, Firopotamos, Klima, and Plaka are some of the most charming cities that you should visit. On the other hand, Milos has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Cyclades. Don’t miss Sarakiniko, Agia Kyriaki, Firiplaka, or Tsigrado beach.
There are no international flights to Milos but daily departures from Athens. The airport is located just a short drive from the port city of Adamas. Another option is to take a ferry from Piraeus (Athens) or one nearby island.
Santorini is often said to be the most romantic Greek island, and for a good reason. All over the island, luxury hotels are perfect for honeymooners.
On the other hand, watching the sun go down with views of the caldera is probably one of the best sunset viewing spots in the world. Santorini has quickly become the favorite destination in Greece for weddings and honeymoons, but the island also attracts celebrities and jet-setters from all over the world.
I love Santorini, and I am the first to agree that it is undoubtedly touristy and overcrowded to the point of absurdity in July and August. However, it is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, and I think everyone should visit Santorini at least once.
Try to come in May or September/October, when fewer tourists and lower accommodation prices. If you want to splurge on a luxury hotel experience in Europe, this is the place to spend your savings and treat yourself.
Mykonos is one of the most famous islands in Greece, known for its nightlife and sophisticated lifestyle. There are countless luxury hotels all over the island, which the elite and celebrities come to enjoy during the summer months.
Platys Gialos, Psarou, Paradise Beach, and the Super Paradise Beach. La Chora is the main area for restaurants, clubs, and bars. Here you can also stroll through Little Venice and climb the iconic windmills.
Skyros is one of my favorite islands in Greece, and although international tourism has yet to discover this gem, Greeks come here during the summer months to relax and eat some of the best food in the country.
There are no international flights to Skyros, but several weekly departures from Athens and Thessaloniki. Don’t miss the Chora of Skyros, which is full of charming old houses and narrow alleys that lead to the monastery at the top.
Folegandros is an excellent option for those looking for a relaxing getaway with beautiful landscapes, traditional villages, and a peaceful atmosphere full of charming restaurants. Be sure to climb the winding stairs of Chora, which lead to the beautiful church of Panagia, located at the top.
Lefkada is situated on the Ionian Sea, but it can be reached from the mainland by car. Preveza is the closest airport, from which it only takes 40 minutes by car to get to the island. Lefkada is known for its spectacular beaches, such as Porto Katsiki or Egremni.
The island of Lefkada is sometimes called the Caribbean of Greece, and it is a true paradise for beach lovers and those who like scenic landscapes. Furthermore, visitors can also enjoy charming maritime towns such as Agios Nikitas and Nidri Lefkada.
Corfu is often nicknamed the Emerald Isle of Greece due to its greenery and lush landscapes. There are also plenty of historical places to discover. Corfu is the only Greek island that the Turks did not conquer.
It forms part of the northern Ionian Islands and serves as a gateway to Albania, with daily ferries between Corfu and Saranda. One of my favorite places in Corfu is the remote beaches of Porto Timoni, seen in the photo below.
Other points of interest include Lefkimi and Corfu Town, also known as Kerkyra. It features a 16th-century fortress and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are regular flights from various destinations in Europe.
Kefalonia is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece, known for its relaxed atmosphere, stunning Myrtos beach, and natural beauty. Melissani Cave is another famous site on the island of Kefalonia, known for its crystal clear water and magical landscapes.
Some of the most charming towns are Assos, Fiscardo, Argostoli, and Poros. Flying is the easiest way to get to Kefalonia from various destinations in Europe, including the UK, Sweden, and Germany.
There are also daily flights from Athens and frequent ferries operating various routes to and from Kefalonia. When you visit, be sure to take a day trip to nearby Ithaca, or better yet, stay overnight and explore Odysseus’ Island.
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Tilos may be a small island in the Dodecanese group of islands, but what it lacks in size, it makes up for in terms of charm and authenticity. The beaches are disorganized and practically empty, with unspoiled nature and crystal clear waters.
It offers a secluded destination and is a great Greek island alternative to visit if you want a relaxed atmosphere and traditional Greek food. It is easy to get to Tilos from Rhodes or Kos by ferry.
Syros is the capital of the Cyclades, known for the colorful city of Ermoupoli, with luxurious old houses from the 19th century and beautiful churches. The island has an Italian atmosphere and allows you to stroll through marble piazzas and admire beautiful mansions.
Syros is primarily known for its music and art scene, hosting various cultural festivals throughout the year. Travel here for a cultural experience rather than beaches, although there are some great quality beaches in the north.
Most international tourists go to Mykonos, Santorini, Paros, and Naxos in the Cyclades, but I recommend you visit Syros as well, especially for its food and culture. The island can be reached by plane from Athens and by ferry from Piraeus and other nearby islands.
Rhodes is one of the best Greek islands for history buffs due to its medieval heritage and historic buildings. Of course, there are many reasons to choose Rhodes for your vacation, as the island has a lot to offer its visitors.
Golden sandy beaches like Tsambika and Faliraki make it a great beach destination, and charming towns like Lindos make it a romantic getaway in the Dodecanese.
The old town of Rhodes has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is characterized by having the best-preserved medieval settlements in Europe. Some of the main attractions include the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes and the old city walls.
In addition, there are many emblematic places of Ancient Greece, such as temples and old theaters. It was also in Rhodes that one of the wonders of the ancient world, the Colossus of Rhodes, was located.
Symi is a charming tiny island north of Rhodes in the Dodecanese that can be described as the “Cinque Terre of Greece” for its colorful houses and eight different paths.
Indeed, it is a hidden gem of Greece. Although some label it a day trip island, visitors who choose to stay overnight will be rewarded with a slow pace and relaxed atmosphere.
The only way to get to Symi is by boat or ferry from Rhodes and Kos in Greece or Bodrum in Turkey.
Kalymnos is one of the best Greek islands for outdoor adventures like hiking and climbing. It is located in the Dodecanese, north of Kos and south of Leros.
Apart from climbing and hiking, the island of Kalymnos is also known for collecting sponges. For a long time, sponge fishing was the primary source of income for many locals.
Kalymnos is characterized by its blue waters and impressive mountains with lush olive groves and valleys amidst the rocky landscape. There are also numerous caves to explore with spectacular views and fantastic stalactites and stalagmites.
The island can be reached by plane from Athens, Kos, and Rhodes. Another option is to take a ferry from Piraeus to Kalymnos, which is operated by Blue Star Ferries and leaves five times a week.
Ithaca is one of the least visited islands, despite being the homeland of Odysseus. The island is located in the Ionian Sea, northwest of Kefalonia. Visitors can enjoy stunning hiking trails with beautiful views and paths that lead to historic churches with beautiful frescoes.
It is a small island with a rich history and a slow pace of life. If you are sailing around the Greek Islands, be sure to stop at the world’s largest natural harbor in Vathy, the capital of Ithaca.
Hydra is one of the best Greek islands to see near Athens and can be reached by ferry from Piraeus in just 1 hour 30 minutes. Due to its proximity, many Athenians come here for a relaxing weekend.
Furthermore, it has long been a favorite among tourists who come here in search of picturesque surroundings and a slow pace of life. On the other hand, it is a car-free island, and there are no motor vehicles, which is unique in today’s society.
Hydra has several unique little towns with beautiful architecture and fantastic views. What it lacks in terms of beaches is that it makes up for in great atmosphere and is easy to get to the weekend destination.
Chios is the fifth-largest island in Greece, known as “the Mastic Island,” and is famous for being home to the 11th century Nea Moni Monastery and historic buildings.
The island is located in the North Aegean and is very interesting from a historical point of view, as it has several emblematic places from different eras. One of the most prominent people of Chios is the famous poet Homer, who lived in the 8th century BC.
International visitors who come here enjoy its tranquility and authenticity and lush landscapes with charming and picturesque little beaches. What’s more, since not many tourists come here, you can easily avoid the crowds and get a traditional Greek island experience.
Naxos is known for its endless beaches and is one of Greece’s most family-friendly islands. It is located in the Cyclades, near Paros and Koufonisia. Agios Prokopios and Agia Anna are two of the most popular beaches in Naxos for families, as they have shallow waters and all the necessary services.
As you travel further south on the island, the beaches become increasingly empty, creating perfect areas for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Don’t forget to try the local liqueur called Kitron, made from lemon-like citrus fruit.
Patmos is one of the least visited Greek islands on the list, but interesting, with the medieval monastery of Saint John being one of its main attractions. Although the journey to Patmos can be pretty long, it is worth it since it takes nine hours by ferry from Athens.
It is also an important place of pilgrimage as it. It said that it was here on Patmos that the New Testament Apocalypse was written. Furthermore, the tiny island is also known for its decadent 16th-century mansions.
Last but not least, Crete, one of the most famous Greek islands, is full of history, charming cities, and beautiful beaches. Although it may sound cliché, the island of Crete has something for everyone.
Chania and Rethymno are two of the most famous cities and picturesque Agios Nikolaos. There are many historical monuments in Crete, including the Minoan Palace of Knossos, the Venetian Fortress, and the Spinalonga Fortress.
Crete is also known for its many beaches, especially the pink sand beach of Elafonissi and the magnificent Balos Lagoon.
The best time to travel to the Greek islands
I have been traveling to Greece for several years, and I have gone at different times of the year. I lived in Rhodes for almost two years, so my experience covers the whole year.
In general, the best time to visit the islands of Greece is in May/June, and September, when there are fewer tourists, and it is not as hot as in July and August. This is particularly true of the more famous Greek islands, which get overcrowded during peak season.
April and October are usually the low seasons, but the weather is still perfect and lower prices. However, most smaller islands will be tranquil during the low season, and some hotels and restaurants will come even close.
If you can explore the Greek islands in June or September, that is the best time to go. Everything will remain open during those two months, but you will have a more comfortable and pleasant trip.
More about the islands of Greece
One of the main things to know about the Greek islands is that each is unique. While there is certainly something that could be described as a “Greek island vibe” or Greek hospitality in general, what that means will vary from island to island.
The pace is also slower and more relaxed compared to mainland Greece. Some Greek islands have not changed much in the last few decades, keeping identical old houses and traditions followed for generations.
Traveling to lesser-known islands is something special, compared to the more popular islands of Greece. Until now, I have not visited a single Greek island that has not been worthwhile.
If it’s your first time, I recommend visiting at least one of the main islands like Santorini, Crete, Mykonos, or Rhodes. They are popular destinations for a good reason, and they are some of the most beautiful islands in Greece.
However, if you are staying for a couple of days, I recommend that you also plan a visit to one or two smaller nearby islands. It is easy to travel between the Greek islands, especially within the same group of islands.
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How many islands are there in Greece?
There are approximately 6,000 islands and islets in Greece, of which 227 are uninhabited.
What is the most traditional Greek island?
Most of the islands of Greece have kept their traditional charm and atmosphere. Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, and Crete are less conventional in tourist areas but still boast historic sites, authentic restaurants, ancient towns, and classical Greek architecture.
Non-tourist islands can be considered “more” traditional and authentic, but no Greek island is the same, so that you will get a unique experience on an island in Greece.
What are the largest islands in Greece?
Crete is the largest island in Greece by area and the most populous, with a total of 632,674 residents. Other large Greek islands are Evia, Lesbos, Rhodes, and Chios.
What are the 25 islands of Greece? AmorgosIslands of Greece by size
What is the 32nd island of Greece? SalamisList of Greek islands
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How many island has Greece?
227 IslandsGreece Has 227 Islands. Here’s How to Choose. Deciding where to visit depends on your entry point, how much time you have, and the type of vacation you want. Greece receives approximately 30 million international visitors each year, with many heading to the country’s six main island regions.
What is the nicest Greek island?
- Santorini. In Santorini the blue of the sea blends with the blue of the sky and the blue roofs of the houses. …
- Corfu. …
- Kefalonia Island. …
- Mykonos. …
- Paros. …
- Marathonisi Island. …
- Rhodes Island. …
- Symi Island.
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