Which Greek Island was created in 2013 simply because I love traveling to Greece, and every time I planned a holiday I found myself Googling things like Which Greek Island has the best beaches or Which Greek island is best in …
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The Greek islands are mostly on the east of mainland Greece in the Aegean sea with Turkey to the west. Although some of the more popular islands are in the Ionian sea, just west of the mainland and east of Italy.What are the different clusters of Greek islands?
The Greek islands are traditionally grouped into the following clusters: the Argo-Saronic Islands in the Saronic gulf near Athens; the Cyclades, a large but dense collection occupying the central part of the Aegean Sea; the North Aegean islands, a loose grouping off the west coast of Turkey; the Dodecanese,...Which Greek island should I Choose?
The good news is that all the Greek islands are great. There’s almost no chance that you’ll pick 3 or 4 different islands and come back disappointed. That said, you’re probably best to focus on the Cyclades and of those Naxos, Paros, Antiparos, and Milos have everything you’re looking.Where is the Greek island of Kos?
Kos is a Greek island in the south-eastern Aegean sea, it’s part of the Dodecanese group and measures approximately 40km long by just 8km wide.
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