is reputed for one of the most attractive city of the Aegean, as it is
close to the important historical sites including Ephesus, Didyma,
Priene, Miletos-the principals of ancient times, and ideal for
The Dodecanese Island of Patmos
is often referred to as “The Jerusalem of The Aegean”. The island's
historic center Chora, along with the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Cave
of the Apocalypse, were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.
Patmos is also home to the Patmian School, a notable Greek seminary.
The island is mentioned in the Christian scriptural Book
of Revelation. Patmos is also a destination for Christian pilgrimage.
Mykonos is one of the most
cosmopolitan islands in Greece, attracts so many visitors from all over
the globe. It is known for its diverse and intense nightlife as
evidenced by a vast number of bars and nightclubs. Its sandy beaches are
also world-famous, offering all sorts of entertainment. The treasure of
its natural beauty, the unique architecture and the rich history also
belong to the character of this popular destination.
is the holy island of Our Lady, which in August is swamped by pilgrims
who have come to pray in Her church or in fulfilment of a vow. Around
the church complex there is a variety of museums and galleries including
the Archeological Museum of Tinos,
because the island is also well known for its famous sculptors and
through the islands cruisers will note hundreds of dovecotes, complex
and beautiful structures intended to house pigeons or doves, dotting the
island as well as lovely fountains adorning many of the villages.
has been inhabited since very ancient times, and was one of the centres
of the Cycladic civilisation. Parikia,
the island`s capital and port, stands on the site of the an ancient
citz. There is a picturesque and ruinous Venetian
castle and the famous church of Katapoliani,
one of the most important Byzantine monuments in the whole of Greece.
Naoussa is considered to be one of the prettiest villages in the Cyclades and, which has managed to keep its authenticity, its character and its charm, with its whitewashed and flowered little houses and its tiny whitewashed churches and chapels, surrounded by labyrinth-like narrow, stone-paved streets. The lovely village of Naoussa is built amphitheatrically around a tiny picturesque port where little colourful fishing boats called caiques are mooring