Bringing you a gorgeous summer destination of the Greek Islands in the Cyclades
The Cyclades islands are located in the southeast mainland of Greece. The Cyclades derives from the word “cyclos”, which means circle in Greek, as the islands of the Cyclades form a circle around Delos, the sacred island of the ancient Greek god Apollo. All the Cyclades islands boast whitewashed houses, blue-domed churches, colourful windows, and narrow cobblestone alleys galore. It is famous for its characteristic minimal architecture, picturesque villages, idyllic beaches, and breathtaking landscapes. The Cyclades is an ideal summer destination for all types of travellers, couples, groups of families, and friends.
Cyclades Island is the most sandy and crystal clear water perfect for swimming and various water sport to indulge in. On the islands, you can find a place where you can relax and enjoy privacy with nature. The Cyclades has an irresistible natural setting which is perfect for fun activities such as hiking, climbing, and extreme sports. Enjoy the boasting breathtaking views of archaeological monuments and museums, where you can immerse yourself in the history of the Cyclades islands.
Exciting main islands within this enthralling cluster are Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Delos, and of course the famous Santorini to name but a few.
The most popular holiday destination worldwide in the Greek island. An island where all the shades of red create unreal sunsets offers the most dramatic sea views. The island is best for the honeymooners in which most romantic destinations can be seen. The amazing red and black volcanic beaches, all remind the origins of the island, which was shaped by volcanic eruptions. The island is also blessed with secluded sandy beaches for an ultimate relaxing vacation. There is no reason that you’ll definitely have a crush on this unique island.
Mykonos is the island where all of the fun happens. When the sun goes down, nightlife rises and started the all-night-long party at the legendary Mykonos clubs. The island is a gay-friendly island where LGBTQ tourists are mostly welcome. Mykonos is beautifully unique with its emerald, alluring deep blue waters, and pebbly or sandy beaches you can enjoy with its amazing watersports.
Paros and Ios
Paros is a mixture of traditional architecture, bright-coloured nightlife, fantastic beaches, enticing rural villages, and historical monuments. Whether you are seeking a thrill or relaxation, Paros has it all to offer. While Ios is also the best party island in the Cyclades. Discover the Ios cliff-top villages and be amazed at their breathtaking views. Watch the sun sinking on the horizon and you will find yourself falling in love with Ios Greece.
Folegandros and Delos
Folegandros Greece is a traditional Cycladic architecture where you can find village houses that are made up of tiny whitewashed with colorful windows that give eye-catching attention to the tourists. It has a peaceful atmosphere that makes it perfect for those who are looking for relaxation away from the city. The island is also ideal for island hopping to the rest of the Cyclades islands. Delos reserves a natural insular archipelago. It hosts many monumental antiquities from the Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic periods. Delos is history itself. There are also beautiful beaches on the right side of the harbour which are accessible through a hiking trail.
Naxos, Siros, and Tinos
Naxos is the largest island of the Cyclades. Naxos breathe history. The island boasts its natural landscape, greenest island, beautiful beaches, and rural villages wherein adventure never end. While Siros, those colourful mansions, neoclassical buildings, imposing churches and orthodox, postcard-perfect capture, and the town hall buildings can be found. Siros is definitely one of the most visited islands, especially during summertime when Siros Easter Greek celebration is being experienced. Lastly, Tinos is a deep calming due to its spiritual aura. Tinos is famous among all worshipers. The celebration of the miraculous Virgin Mary fest is hosted yearly in Tinos. You’ll be surely enchanted by the pristine beauty of Tinos.
Andros, Milos, Sifnos, and Kithnos
Andros is the northern island of the Cyclades boasting its natural landscape with lush vegetation, secluded beaches, and rural villages. The island is a combination of Venetian, Byzantine, and Ottoman architecture. Andros beach always pleases everyone, be it calming or in crowded times. The natural beauty of Andros is purely divine.
Milos is a timeless gem that will steal your breath. Enchanting beauty of their iconic beaches and gleaming white rock formation accompanied by a turquoise blue deep water lies the magical sea caves and irresistible cliff that are perfect for diving and any other water adventures.
Sifnos has undoubtedly famous for its delicious foods. You can taste their local yummy recipes. The beauty of the beaches of Sifnos is unbelievable. One cannot say no to plunging into the water on the island because of its sandy Vathi beach.
Kithnos is a beautiful mountain island that belongs to the west part of the Cyclades group of islands. Stunning beaches are perfect for relaxation and enjoyable water sports. A number of beaches are dotted in Kithnos. Swimming and Hiking are the most popular activities there at Kithnos. The island is the best destination to relax and enjoy without going too far from the Greek Capital.