Which Greek island is for you?
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There are approximately 6000 Greek islands and islets in the Aegean and Ionian Seas to discover (ok, some are unreachable and untouched!) and those that are indeed inhabited each have a singular style, ambiance, cuisine, architecture, culture, and history. Every single Greek isle has its own invaluable beauty and allure, but if your holiday time is limited it’s well worth considering in advance which ones best suit your needs (and dreams).
When you’re truly in love, you can be happy together almost anywhere, but why not add the perfect backdrop to suit your relationship-style? If you’re seeking the kind of rugged and tranquil island with a sense of you-and-me isolation head to Limnos, Paxoi & Anti-Paxoi, Aghia Anna in Naxos, Amorgos, Folegandros, Kythira, Southern Crete, Sifnos, the innards of Samothraki, Milos or Ithaka. If instead, you prefer glamorous dinners and shots at the bar together to party the night away, head to Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Skopelos, and Sifnos.
There’s nothing wrong with making food your greatest priority when you travel; indeed some islands are especially known for their outstanding local cuisine and wine. Tinos, Santorini, Crete, Sifnos, Naxos, Symi, Lesvos, Kefalonia, Limnos, and Chios are all places where you’ll be more than likely to get a highly palatable hit of unique local flavours because of their famous homemade produce and exciting ways of presenting it on your plate.
Kids love the seaside, swimming pools, freedom, yummy snacks, and sunshine full stop, but there are some islands that are especially welcoming and wonderful for them – and you. Alonissos, Crete, Rhodes, Corfu, Santorini, Hydra, Naxos, and Lefkada are ideal as they have all a family needs – great beaches, outdoor play parks and activities, pockets of peace, delicious food and waterparks.
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