Cyclades Islands

Things to Do & Attractions in Cyclades Islands

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Nea Kameni

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Centered around a ruggedly beautiful volcanic crater, the small island of Nea Kameni offers a dramatic photo opportunity, with its dark cliffs sculpted from ...  Read more

White Beach

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Tucked away on the south coast of Santorini in the next cove to Red Beach, White Beach (Aspri Paralia) is sheltered by soaring chalk-and-grey cliffs and ...  Read more

Monastery of Profitis Ilias

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

The monastery of Mount Profitis Ilias is perched on the mountain of the same name, the highest point on Santorini at 1,853 ft (565 m) above the Aegean Sea in ...  Read more

Fira to Oia Hiking Trail

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The most spectacular walking trail on one of Greece’s most spectacular islands, the Fira to Oia hiking trail winds northwards past ancient churches, hilly ...  Read more

Thirassia

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 31 Reviews

The little island of Thirassia has a population of only 200 or so, making it the perfect spot for a relaxing lunch at a cliff-top taverna, with views over to ...  Read more

Pyrgos

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Pyrgos is a picturesque hillside village set on a volcanic crater at the highest point of the Greece’s Santorini, offering panoramic views of the rest of the ...  Read more

Perivolos Beach

3 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

Imagine a stretch of slate grey sands fringed by startling turquoise waters and hemmed in by sea cliffs, and you’ll understand why Perivolos is one of ...  Read more

Aegean Maritime Museum

Those with an interest in Greece’s nautical history will find a trove of fascinating exhibits at the Aegean Maritime Museum, housed in a traditional ...  Read more

Ancient Akrotiri

In 1967, archaeologists uncovered the spectacularly well-preserved remains of an ancient Bronze Age Minoan village at Ancient Akrotiri, destroyed by a mighty ...  Read more

Armenistis Lighthouse

With its stark white tower perched atop the sea-cliffs of Cape Armenistis, and views stretching out over the ocean, the remote Armenistis Lighthouse feels a ...  Read more

Chora Mykonos

The island’s capital, Chora Mykonos also goes by the names of Hora and Mykonos Town. From the sea, the sun glances off the town’s jumble of whitewashed houses ...  Read more

Ios

For many visitors, Ios is one big party island. The local traditions and history are ignored by the rave brigade but luckily, the word is out that there’s more ...  Read more

Kalafatis Beach

With its long stretch of golden sand and steady coastal winds, Kalafatis Beach is not only one of Mykonos’ most beautiful beaches – it’s also earned a ...  Read more

Manto Mavrogenous Square

Looking out over the Old Port and marking the entrance to historic Mykonos Town is Manto Mavrogenous Square—the lively epicenter of the quintessential Greek ...  Read more

Mykonos Folklore Museum

Housed in the old captain’s house on the seafront of Mykonos Town, the Mykonos Folklore Museum transports visitors back to the 19th-century, offering a unique ...  Read more

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