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Sivota

Sivota is a gorgeous coastal village in Thesprotia. The surrounding green vegetation meets the astonishing green-blue waters creating a landscape of exquisite beauty. The village is built on a small bay with many small islands dispersed all over around, the most known of them being Agios Nikolaos and Mavro Oros. Sivota is a very popular tourist destination as its beauties attract great numbers of visitors every year.

Corfu

Corfu, the island of Phaeakia in ancient times, is considered as one of the most interesting and beautiful islands of Greece. It is a place heavily influenced by various European cultures, an element predominant in the architecture of the island. Corfu gives the impression of a travel back to the time of the knights. Nonetheless it is also one of Greece’s most beautiful islands and certainly the greenest one.

Excellent sandy beaches, lush landscapes and magnificent archaeological,historical and religious sites complete the picture.

Parga

Parga is a lovely town on the north western side of Greece. Although it is a mainland town, its architecture gives a special island vibe. Parga is mostly famous for its picturesque architecture and the stunning beaches, such as Valtos, Lichnos and Sarakiniko. The most interesting sightseeing in the region are the Venetian Castle of Parga, the Ottoman Castle in Anthoussa village and the Springs of Acheron River.

Paxos & Antipaxos

The east coast of the island is recommended to search for nice coves. The west coast offers a more rugged landscape, with steep cliffs, that can reach 200 meters high in many cases. Here is where most caves are found, many of which can only be accessed by a boat.Moreover, Paxi has many small sandy beaches that get crowded in summer. However, waters remain crystal and clear, ideal for swimming and for practicing some other water activities, such as scuba diving, snorkelling and fishing. The most important beaches are Glyfada, Levrechio,Orkos, Monodendri and Arkoudaki.

Mykonos

Among the most Greek islands, Mykonos island is located almost in the centre of the Cyclades complex. It is particularly famous for the cosmopolitan atmosphere, the exciting nightlife, the picturesque Cycladic architecture and the magnificent beaches that makes holidays in Mykonos a magnificent experience. There are many things to do in Mykonos Greece, an island perfect for people of all ages: walk along the narrow streets of Chora, see the sunset from Little Venice, stay in luxurious hotels and swim in exotic beaches. Super Paradise, Paradise and Kalo Livadi are fabulous places to swim and spend a day under the hot sun. In the evenings, head to Mykonos Town and enjoy a night out in the many bars and clubs.

Othonoi

The western-most of the Ionian islands, Othonoi island is located just north west to the famous Ionian island, Corfu. Coming under the Corfu perfecture, the island was once used as the capital of the Diapontia Islands Municipality.

This consisted of numerous islands including, Marlera, Mathrachi and Fano. Othonoi island is most famous for the cave locate near the Aspros Ammos beach. This cave measures to about 100 meters in length and is at least 20 meters high.

The island is not very big and is not highly populated, having still not been drawn in the tourism grind and it has managed to retain its traditioanl charm.

Erikousa

It is one of the Diapontia Islands, an island complex to the northwest of Corfu.
Lavish green landscapes, crystal-clear beaches and unexplored sea-caves treasure their secrets for you to discover them.

Erikousa from above looks like an isolated exotic island, like those you wouldn’t mind to be shipwrecked on for a few months…as many as you would need to fully experience moments of peace and tranquility and explore all the sights of historical, cultural and ecological interest on the island.
Experience the scenic beauties of Erikousa and live unforgettable moments on this small paradise on earth.

Agii Saranda

The port town of Agii Saranda is situated in the southeast part of the country of Albania, opposite the northeast part of Corfu’s island (Greece) and 26 km close to the Greek borders. The origin of the name of Agii Saranda comes from two Greek words. Agii means Saints, Saranda means the number forty. The town has a population of 30.000 inhabitants.

This number triples during the summer time because Saranda town is very well organized. The inhabitants of all Albania and Kossovo like to spend their holidays in this town, which is lying next to the Ionian Sea.

Saranda is the unofficial capital of the Albanian Riviera, and come the summer months it seems like half Tirana relocates here to enjoy the busy beach and busier nightlife along its crowd-filled seaside promenade. What was once a sleepy fishing village is now a thriving city, and while Saranda has lost much of its charm in the past two decades, it has retained much of its charisma.