Today, it’s easier than ever to organize and book a vacation, especially during the summer when the choices are more numerous than you might think. What’s not as stress-free is where you have to decide to land to spend that long-awaited vacation from work.
Is it a chalet in the mountains, a city hostel downtown, a camping site on the coast, or a luxury villa? Of course, the expected weather and travel season are very important as well as your wishes and budget.
Anyway, let’s explore the four islands in the Cyclades, Greece which attract thousands of guests every year.
Aka “Ibiza of Greece” Mykonos does his best every year to live up to his fame and nickname. In fact, more and more Greek and overseas celebrities are not only renting places to spend a relaxing time there, but they are also buying land or houses to ensure they return to the island of winds again and again.
Most of them appeared out of curiosity because they really wanted to experience the constant party atmosphere that only Mykonos could have. Also, even though it is a Mediterranean island, you can taste other exotic cuisines like Chinese or Thai, and of course Italian. Unimpeachable Mykonos Villa by Clubzak is a lifelong goal that you should soon achieve.
In other words, if you haven’t experienced Greek hospitality, this is the best chance. Make your dreams come true through your laptop. Just go online and book your house yesterday!
Sailing south, we discover the magnificent island of Naxos. It is quite large in size compared to other Cycladic diamonds. It’s not difficult to explore and find though as long as you rent a motorbike or car. From Naxos of course many boats depart daily giving you a unique opportunity to visit Donousa, Amorgos, Iraklia and Ios.
All of them are fantastic islands that you will regret not visiting. Apart from Naxos’ Chora and its castle, don’t miss visiting Portara with its incredible sunsets and beautiful views. I would definitely suggest renting a boat and traveling to Santorini. It’s not far away and it will pay you back. With reference to accommodations, many small vintage households are available all year round.
Paros, a very attractive Greek island. It’s no wonder that more and more newly married couples choose it as their honeymoon destination. Its beautiful villages can literally transport you to another era. That innocence and prudence. To be honest, a trip to Paros is a cultural odyssey without limits.
The archaeological museum near Panagia Ekatontapyliani (a venerable church) includes important exhibits in its collection and the old town of Paros will undeniably give you an insight into life on the island hundreds of years ago. Useful hint: Ask where the boat to Kolybithres leaves from. We are talking about the most beautiful of all local beaches and there must be swimming. Thanks later!
Last but not least, moving northwest we meet the queen of the Cyclades, the capital of Syros. Extracts cannot contain Syros accounts that spread back hundreds of years. You must visit two hills: one with the Catholic and the other with the Orthodox Church situated on top.
Wander the alleys of the old town and take time to read the inscriptions on the various residences. You will be amazed by who lived on this island and what their achievements are. Ermoupoli is very interesting but full of diversity. It was there that Greek trade flourished and where most of the ships started their long voyages.
To cut a long story short, make sure you put a lot of emphasis on your island stay and book as many nights there as possible. Every day will be a completely different story to tell.