Cyclades

The Cyclades are an island group in the Aegean Sea, which lies generally between the 36th and 38th Northern parallel and between the 24th and 26th East meridian, southeast of mainland Greece and a former administrative prefecture of Greece. They are one of the island groups which constitute the Aegean archipelago. The name refers to the islands around the sacred island of Delos.

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Donousa

Donoussa is a small island in the Cyclades, notianatolikes located 10 miles north of AMORGOS and East of Naxos. The island is 14 square kilometers and the diameter of almost 5.5 km.

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Andros

Andros is the northernmost island of Cyclades and second in area after Naxos. It has an area of 374 square kilometers and longitudinal shape in a N-NW to S-SE direction. Its highest mountains are Petalo and Kouvara (maximum altitude of 997 m., highest peak is Profitis Ilias).

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Amorgos

 Amorgos is a Cycladic island of Aegean Sea. It took its name from the Amorgion plant, a type of flax from which the "Alice amorgides" were made, tunics of Amorgos.

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Anafi

Anafi is a tiny place located close to Santorini, on the southern side of the Aegean Sea. Due to its volcanic background, Anafi island has wild landscape and sandy beaches.

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Mykonos

Mykonos is part of a cluster of islands including Delos, Rhenia and some rocky islets. Mykonos, already inhabited since the 5th millennium B.C. (prehistoric settlement of Ftelia), has shared with them a long and copious history with them.

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Koufonisia

On Koufonissia space and time dimensions are different from what established theory has led you to expect. You don’t need a watch. If you have brought it along, put it away in the deepest recess of your luggage.

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Delos

The holy island of Ancient Greeks which according to the mythology was revealed in Lito who was persecuted from Ira through the waves of Aegean, in order to give birth to her son Apollo and her daughter Artemis.

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Tinos

Tinos is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea. It is located in the Cyclades archipelago. In antiquity, Tinos was also known as Ophiussa (from ophis, Greek for snake) and Hydroessa (from hydor, Greek for water). The closest islands are Andros, Delos, and Mykonos. 

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Schinousa

Schoinousa Island administratively in the Prefecture of Cyclades. It has an area of 9 square kilometers and permanent population of approximately 250 residents.  

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Serifos

Serifos is an island in the Aegean Sea, belonging to the Cyclades. The capital is Chora (or Serifos), which is built at an altitude of 200 meters. The port is Livadi and other large settlements are Koutalas, Grand Meadow and Kentarhos.

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Ios

Ios is a popular tourist destination which attracts people of all ages and nationalities. It's well known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant night life, its charming traditional village (Chora) and its relaxed and easy going life style. 


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Sikinos

Sikinos (ancient Oinoi) is one of the smaller islands of the Cyclades. Located in the southern part of the complex between Ios and Folegandros.

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Santorini

Santorini is the southernmost island of Cyclades and is located between Ios and Anafi. It is 128 nautical miles away from the port of Piraeus and 63 nautical miles away from Crete. Its size is 76 square km and the length of its shores is 69 km.

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Kea

 Kea is the westernmost inhabited island of the Cyclades and its area estimated at 131,693 square kilometers and has a coastline of 88 km.

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Kythnos

Kythnos, mother of countless coves and bays, with crystal blue waters and the lites low mountains with scattered white small villages popping up among them.

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Kimolos

Kimolos from the ancient times had only one city. So, even today it has only one: Chorio (and not Chora as some insist on calling it, influenced by the other islands).  

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Milos

The island’s shape is  irregular and it resembles that of a horseshoe. From  North to South  its  length reaches the 11.2 km, whereas from East to West  it reaches the  17,6km.

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Polyaigos

On a distance of one nautical mile to the northeast of Kimolos lies the island of Polyaigos (= island with a lot of goats), or Ypolivos, or Polivos, with an area of approximately 18 km2.

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Sifnos

The island of Sifnos lies in the Aegean Sea and is a part of the south western Cyclades (situated between Serifos, Kimolos and Paros). It is about 75.6 nautical miles from the Port of Piraeus.  

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Antiparos

Antiparos is a whitewashed ensemble bathed in bold brushstrokes, in the clear blue Aegean Sea. It is an historic place of international interest.

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Naxos

A big island in the heart of the Aegean Sea and its sea routes, with imposing mountain massifs and fertile valleys, inhabited by cheerful people with a tradition in music and dance, and full of beauty that enchants visitors.  

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Paros

Paros is a Greek island in the central Aegean Sea. One of the Cyclades island group, it lies to the west of Naxos, from which it is separated by a channel about 8 kilometres (5 miles) wide. It lies approximately 100 mi (161 kilometres) south-east of Piraeus.

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Syros

The great thing about this island is that it has everything a Greek island should have: nice beaches, taverns and bars, but it has not been too adjusted to tourism. The reason is that it is the administrative centre of the Cyclades, so the economy is doing well enough for people not to be too desperate for tourism.  

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Thirasia

Although a separate island, Thirasia is considered part of Santorini due to the fact they were united before the volcanic eruption in the past. It is very close to Oia and yet a very different place.

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