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Matt in Paros, Cyclades, GreeceThe Cyclades islands are the most well known of the Greek Islands and include Santorini and Mykonos which are the two most popular islands in Greece. Ferry trips are four to five hours to the closest islands (Kythnos, Syros, Tinos, Mykonos, Sifnos) and from eight to ten hours to the furthest (Santorini) depending on how many stops it makes. The highspeeds take half the time but cost twice as much. There are daily ferries from Pireaus to all these islands, with the exception of Kea which you get to from Lavrion, and Andros which you get to from Rafina. Click on these links or scroll down. Many of these islands can be included in an island-hopping itinerary in the summer. It gets harder in the off-season though because of reduced ferry connections. You can use the top button to return. When you finish you can use this link or the link at the bottom of the page to return to Greek Island Guide Main Menu.

Amorgos

Andros

Folegandros

Ios

Kea

Kythnos

Lil Cyclades

Milos

Mykonos

Naxos

Paros

Santorini

Sifnos

Serifos

Sikinos

Syros

Tinos

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If you know which islands you want to visit try using the Create-an-Itinerary page and you can find out what is possible and also how much it will cost through a reliable Greek travel agency. Though the internet can be seductive in making us believe we can do everything ourselves, I STRONGLY recommend travelers to Greece use a Greek travel agency who can help you put together an idividualized itinerary and make sure everything goes according to plan. I have links to the agencies that can assist you with a particular island though any good agency can book you on any island. Whatever you do, don't book hotels on the islands and then look for connecting ferries. That is a recipe for disaster and a mountain of cancellation fees.

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Amorgos
Amorgos, monasteryFew beaches in the main port of Katapola but great swimming off the rocks which you go to by excursion boat. Many tavernas and nightlife. Most boats arrive at inconvenient times, (like 3 in the morning), which gives a traveler a strange first impression. The Northern port of Agiali has nice beaches and is more of a resort area and is also reached by ferry. The capital town or Chora is up in the mountains. The island grows on you. Fantastic Monastery of Chozoviotissa built into the wall of a cliff on the other side of the island from the port of is definately worth the trip. The small beach below is excellent for snorkling through a maze of boulders that have fallen from the cliffs. Easy connections to Paros and Naxos, the daily (in summer) trip from Pireaus is about 8 hours. The local boat Skopelitos visits the Small Cyclades islands of Schinousa, Donousa, Koufonisi and Iraklia.

See Marc Dubin's Guide to Amorgos

For hotel bookings contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel or search Booking.com

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Anafi
Very few tourists go here and it is difficult to get to but maybe that is what you are looking for. Sorry I can't tell you more. I have never been there. But my friend Marc Dubin has.

See Marc Dubin's Guide to Anafi

Andros
Gavrion, Andros, GreeceFerryboats leave from Rafina to the port Gavrio. Batsi which is touristy but fun. Lots of activities and some great restaurants, particularly in the small traditional villages in the hills above . The best place is the main town of Andros, known as Hora, on the other side of the island. No autos allowed in the village which juts out on a peninsula between two long beaches. There is a shipping museum and an excellent art museum there. Because of the wealth of the village tourism is not encouraged. That is a good reason to go there. Renting a car is recommended. This is a beautiful, green island that even has a small river or two.

Ferry and Catamaran connections to Tinos, Syros and Mykonos daily.
Each summer the
AEGEAN  ARTS  CIRCLE  presents Creative Writing workshops with Award-winning writers. For more information e-mail the center.

See my Andros pages

For Hotels and more information on Andros contact Fantasy Travel or see Hotelsofgreece.com or or search Booking.com

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Folegandros
Folegandros, GreeceFantastic, they say, especially artists and poets who go to marvel over it's dramatic beauty. It is small and can fill up in the tourist season especially after Conde Naste Traveler called it the most beautiful undiscovered island in Greece or something like that and now it has become more popular and slightly upscale. The Chora is alive with tavernas and bars. The ferry stops at the port of Karavostasis where there are restaurants, hotels, beaches and buses to Chora and island beaches. Folegandros is about 9 hours from Pireaus with several boats a week. The island connects with Sifnos, Milos, Santorini, Sikinos just about every day and Ios and Santorini a couple times a week, maybe more in the summer. Even though I have never been there you should still see my Guide to Folegandros

For bookings contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel
For hotel descriptions, bookings and rates visit: www.hotelsofgreece.com or search Booking.com

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Ios
Party in Ios, GreeceArrive by day to a quaint white cycladic village. By nightfall every house is a disco, bar, fastfood or boutique. Not recommended for anyone over 25, at least for not more then a day or so. It's like an international Daytona Beach at Spring break . if you are of college age this place is it! You will meet boys and girls, you will get drunk and you will most likely sleep with them. If you are older, married, and looking for a nice peaceful island forget about Ios. If you are old and feel like you are young at heart this would be a good place to test it. Frequent ferry boats in the summer to and from Pireaus make the 8 hour trip with connections to Paros, Naxos and Syros. There are daily boats to Santorini and a couple a week to Sifnos and one boat a week to Crete, sometimes more in the summer.

See Ios: Where Spring Break lasts All Summer

For bookings also contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel or Dolphin Hellas or search Booking.com

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Kea (or Tzia)
Kea in the Cyclades
Quiet and traditional. Like going to the most remote island in the Aegean, but it's close to Athens. The ferry leaves from Lavrion so because the ferries to Kea don't leave from Pireaus it is overlooked despite being one of the Cyclades islands and the nearest to Athens. Kea itself is a very interesting and beautiful island with a long history and is very popular with Athenians, many who have summer houses here or come for weekends. The village of Ioulis is a fantastic labarynth of white cycladic houses perched on the side of a mountain, with a small main square. Nice beaches and many of them are off the road and reached by hikes through beautiful settings. Because it is an island popular with Greeks there are lots of good restaurants including the famous Rolando's in Ioulida, known for his fresh fish. Few connections to the rest of the Cyclades though several times a week there is a ferry to Kythnos and Syros where you can make other connections. There are other lines leaving from Lavrion to various islands. Anyway if you take the ferry to Lavrion and a taxi you can be in Pireaus in about two and a half hours and go just about anywhere. Most foreigners come here by sailboat and stay in the small harbor of Vourkari which has a row of fish tavernas, bars and cafes. Kea is known for its extensive ancient road network which is still largely intact making it a paradise for hikers.

I know this island really well because we live here so see my website for Kea Guide

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Kythnos
Kolona, Kythnos, GreeceThe first island on the Western Cyclades route that includes, Serifos, Sifnos and Milos, Kythnos is an un-touristy island with hot springs, some nice beaches and a favorite stop-over for sailboats and yachts journeying to the rest of the Cyclades. It also has an excellent scuba dive center, one of the best in Greece, in the town of Loutra which is famous for its hot springs which flow right into the sea. You can get to Kea several times a week directly or by connecting through Lavrion which also has ferries to Kythnos. Rent a car and check out the double beach of Kokonna. The main Hora is inland and has lots of nice cafes, bars and ouzeries serving traditional mezedes.

See my Guide to Kythnos. (It has great photos that will make you want to go here)

For hotels and travel information contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel Agency in Sifnos.

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Milos
Milos, Cyclades, GreeceLike Santorini, a volcanic island with spectacular rock formations and hot springs and amazing views. Bikes or car useful if not essential. This is a beautiful island with fantastic beaches like Paliochori, Hivadolimni and the tiny cove of Sarakiniko, one of the most interesting places to swim on earth. The village of Pollonia has great swimming, restaurants and you can take a boat to the island of Kimilos. The main village of Plaka is made up of the cubic white houses which the Cyclades are known for. The island is rich with archeological sites including Christian catacombs, a roman amphitheatre, Venetian castles and museums. Those of you who took art history should recall that the famous Venus de Milo was found here. Daily boats to and from Pireaus connect the island to Sifnos, Serifos and Kythnos. It's about a 7 hour trip to Pireaus. There are also 2 or 3 boats a week to Ag. Nikolaos in Crete and one or two a week to Folegandros, Sikinos, Ios and Santorini. Daily highspeeds in the summer take about 3 hours. Perfect island in combination with Sifnos.

See my Guide to Milos

For bookings contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel or search Booking.com

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Mykonos
Mykonos, Cyclades, Greece Expensive, decadent, and fun for gays, straight people and families too, an island that was created to look good in postcards and photos posted on Facebook. Intense nightlife with clubs that never stop and some of the finest restaurants and hotels in Greece, this is a true jet-setters island though not out of the affordability realm of normal travelers. For a little culture there are trips to the uninhabited ancient island of Delos and the extensive ruins there, among the best in Greece. Plenty of excellent if not crowded beaches. People don't come to Mykonos to escape but to party and people-watch. Bring money and credit cards because you won't want to leave and you may end up canceling your flight home and worrying about how to pay for it later. Ferry trip is about 5 hours from Pireaus and three from Rafina. Catamarans and Dolphins do it in half the time. Easy connections to Syros, Tinos with several ferries a day. Daily connections to Paros, Naxos, Ios, Santorini, Andros and other islands during the summer. Also less frequent connections to Sifnos, Samos, Ikaria, the Dodecanese, Crete and Thessaloniki. There is also an international airport.

Hotel Adonis, MykonosVisit the website of the Princess of Mykonos Hotel on Saint Stefanos Beach where I stayed. I loved it. Fantasy Travel has special discounted rates there, probably cheaper than you will find anywhere else. Also check out the new Grand Beach Hotel which is on the beach and within easy walking distance of the nightlife of Mykonos town. I prefer the Hotel Adonos (photo) which is right in town but within crawling distance of Megali Ammos Beach.

I recommend Fantasy Travel's program The Pursuit of Pleasure which is 12 Days and 11 nights in Athens, Mykonos and Santorini including hotels, ferries, transfers, tours, admission to archaeological sites and breakfast starting at 940 euros per person. These are in good centrally located hotels in Athens and the islands. You can't beat this price for these hotels and this itinerary. Or how about a 13 day program that features 3 nights each in Mykonos, Santorini and Athens plus a Greek Island/Turkey cruise? Check this out... you get on the cruise in Mykonos and get off in Santorini. For those who want to go on a cruise but also want to spend more time on an island than a cruise usually allows this is the answer. See Fantasy Travel's Smart 7

See My Mykonos Guide  which has a lot more information and photos.

For hotel bookings at discounted rates, cruises, and island hopping packages that include Mykonos visit Fantasy Travel or Dolphin Hellas or Aegean Thesaurus Travel
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or more descriptions and photos of hotels see www.hotelsofgreece.com/cyclades or search Booking.com

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Naxos
Agia Anna Beach, Naxos, GreeceAnother overlooked gem in the Aegean, Naxos is big, green and may have the best beaches in Greece. It's close to the popular islands of Mykonos, Ios, Paros and Santorini with frequent ferry connections in the summer. Lively harbor town with restaurants, cafes, clubs and shops. Rent a car and see the whole island. Beautiful valleys that are like paradise if you enjoy walking, particularly the area known as Tragaia. The best beach they say is at Plaka with other nice ones at Agios Prokopios, Agia Anna, Mikri Vigla, and Kastraki, any of which would be the prized beach on any other island. The fishing village of Apollon is a popular location for day trips, with good seafood restaurants and a giant unfinished statue of the God Apollo laying in the ancient marble quarries since 600bc. The ferry trip is about 7 hours from Athens and stops in Paros and there can be five or more a day in the summer, fewer in the winter. Summer highspeeds take around three hours to get here. There are daily connections to Mykonos, Ios and Santorini. There are also less frequent connections to Crete, the Dodekanese, Ikaria, Samos, Amorgos, the small Cyclades islands, Skiathos, Crete and Thessaloniki.

See my Naxos Guide at www.greektravel.com/greekislands/naxos

For hotel bookings and rates and island hopping itineraries visit www.fantasytravelofgreece.com or Aegean Thesaurus Travel
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or more descriptions and photos of hotels see www.hotelsofgreece.com/cyclades or search Booking.com

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Paros(and Antiparos)
Paros, GreeceThe Grand Central Station of Aegean ferry system, many boats stop here and Paros (along with Naxos) is a good island to include on your itinerary since you can easly get to Mykonos, Ios and Santorini, at least in the summer. Town is full of foreigners, many who live here and there are plenty of cool bars. The tiny idealic fishing village of
Naousa is so crowded in August that you have to stand in line to walk past the cafes that surround the port so come in June or early in July, or even better in September or May when Paros is at its best. The beaches of Paros though popular are also quite nice. Paros is known for its windsurfing. The beach at Parosporos (or is it Porosparos) has incredible body-surfing when the wind is coming from the north (I think). Paros is a very popular island and people who visit are pretty happy there. The ferry trip is about 6 hours from Athens and continues on to Naxos and Santorini. There are several daily connections to Mykonos, Ios and Santorini in the summer. There are also Hydrofoils, Catamans, sea-jets and other strange and speedy craft that stop at just about every island around. The travel agencies in the port list the daily boats and this is about the only accurate way to keep track of them all.

See my Guide to the Island of Paros at www.greektravel.com/greekislands/paros

For programs that include Paros with or without other islands see www.fantasytravelofgreece.com and see their Island Hopping section. For bookings you can also contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel or Dolphin Hellas Travel 
For hotel descriptions and rates visit
www.hotelsofgreece.com or search Booking.com

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Antiparos, GreeceAntiparos has nice beaches and cafes and is more relaxed then Paros. There is also the gigantic Cave of Antiparos which is the most popular site on the island. There are ferries connecting the two islands leaving every half hour or so from the town of Pounta, plus excursion boats that leave every morning from Parikia. Summer of 2004 brought many celebrities to Antiparos including Brad Pitt and Tom Hanks so who knows what the future holds for this small island. Many people who originally had businesses in Paros and left when it became unaffordable have moved to Antiparos so the island has more of a counter-cultural vibe to it and some interesting shops, cafes and restaurants.

See my Guide to Antiparos

For Hotels and transportation visit Aegean Thesaurus at: www.greecetravel.com/aegean

Santorini
Santorini, Greece
Visually spectacular. Thira is touristy, Oia is a little quieter but the island is the most popular in Greece and for good reason. The daytime action is at the beaches, Perissa and Kamari. Good Raki and domatokeftedes (fried tomato-balls) are culinary favorites. Ruins of Ancient Thira are worth the trip if you are unimpressed by the most spectacular sunsets on this planet. Most people want to stay in the beautiful hotels overlooking the caldera but if you have children you will sleep a lot easier a few meters inland rather then on the edge of a 1000 foot cliff, and save money as well. Great nightlife, excellent beaches, spectacular scenary and romance make this one of the world's top destinations for honeymooners and weddings too. The ferry ride from Pireaus is about 8 hours with stops along the way at Paros, Naxos and Ios and sometimes Sifnos. The highspeeds only take about 5 hours. Daily connections to Mykonos and Crete and other Cyclades in the summer by Highspeeds. There are less frequent ferry connections to a few other islands. There is also an international airport. They say this is the one essential island. They may be right if this will be your only trip to Greece though I spent several happy summers in Greece before my first trip to Santorini. Santorini has some of the best wine in Greece and most of the wineries offer tours and programs that feature wine tasting and food pairing. There is more about this on my Santorini Wine Page.

Santorini, GreeceFantasy Travel's Smart 7 is a 13 day program that features 3 nights each in Mykonos, Santorini and Athens plus a Greek Island/Turkey cruise. Check this out... you get on the cruise in Mykonos and get off in Santorini. For those who want to go on a cruise but also want to spend more time on an island than a cruise usually allows this is the answer. I also recommend Fantasy Travel's program The Pursuit of Pleasure which is 12 Days and 11 nights in Athens, Mykonos and Santorini including hotels, ferries, transfers, tours, admission to archaeological sites and breakfast starting at 940 euros per person. These are in good centrally located hotels in Athens and the islands. You can't beat this price for these hotels and this itinerary.

Keep in mind that because of the popularity of Santorini, the hotels with caldera view that have received endless praise on sites like Tripadvisor, can charge astronomical rates. Lesser known hotels that may be just as good can cost half as much. The Volcano View Villas on the Cliffs of Santorini, with swimming pool and a view so spectacular you may never leave the premises is one and I stayed here. This is a lot of hotel for the price. Also have a look at the new Petit Palace, also on the caldera, with private pools and the Caldera's Liliam Villas. But the smartest thing to do is ask a Greek travel agent to find you the best caldera view hotel for the money. Santorini is the honeymoon island and also the island that everyone wants to get married on since it is one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the world. See my Greek Honeymoon page. To learn about Greek weddings see my wedding pages or See Fantasy Travel's Wedding Programs.

If you want to combine Santorini with other islands I suggest using my Create-an-itinerary form

Visit my Guide to Santorini which I think is one of my best.

For hotel descriptions, bookings and rates visit and programs that include Santorini visit Fantasy Travel or Dolphin Hellas or to work with a small local Travel agency specializing in Santorini, Sifnos and the Cyclades visit Aegean Thesaurus Travel (especially if you want to combine Santorini with a less touristy island like Sifnos which many people do).

For more hotels on Santorini with reviews and photos see www.hotelsofgreece.com/cyclades or search Booking.com

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Sifnos
Platiyialos in Sifnos, Cyclades, Greece
Visually attractive and still Greek, Sifnos is one of my favorite islands since I first came in the early seventies. For the thirty and older crowd, single or married with children though young people not looking to party Ios style will like it here because it is quiet but not too quiet. Apollonia, in the center of the island, has fun nightlife. Great beaches all around the island. Fantastic food and wine. Port of Kamares is nice combination of beach, restaurants and a few bars all within walking distance. The newly rennovated Stavros Hotel is great place to stay with a view of the beach and harbor from your balcony. The cleanest port in the entire Aegean. Houses and villas for rent all over the island. Pension Morpheas is a small family run hotel on the beach and it is a bargain. Vathi is quiet with excellent food at Manolis Taverna. Kamares is one of the best beaches in Greece for families because it is a long sheltered bay that is very shallow so you don't have to worry if you turn your head for a few moments while your child is playing in the sand (and you are sitting in the Kima Cafe a few feet away.) People who visit Sifnos come back year after year. My Sifnos Guide was the first website I ever made. There are daily ferries doing the 5 hour trip from Pireaus and there are daily connctions with Serifos, Kythnos and Milos.During the summer there are daily or almost daily connections to Santorini,  and in good years to Paros, Naxos, Mykonos, Ios, and Syros by Highspeed. There is also a daily or almost daily highspeed that gets you from Pireaus to Sifnos in about 3 hours.

Visit my Guide to Sifnos (It is one of my best sites because I go here often)

Aegean Thesaurus Travel Agency
What began as the island's only travel agency has now become one of the most respected and reliable full-service agencies in the Cyclades. Not only can they arrange your trip and accommodations in Sifnos but they can take care of your hotel needs in Athens and on any of the Greek islands. They can also do weddings on Sifnos. For Info on accomodations go to their webpage

For my suggested itinerary that includes Sifnos and Santorini see www.greecetravel.com/tours

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Serifos
Serifos, GreeceLess wealthy neighbor of Sifnos. Relatively undeveloped outside of main port. Really beautiful beaches. Like Sifnos, Milos, and Kythnos, for older travelers though they have an excellent campground at Livadakia near the port. I finally went there summer of 2006 and loved it and have returned since. I stayed at the Hotel Maistrali right in the port. Great location and very friendly owner by the name of Babis Bobolis whose passion happens to be Serifos and can give you directions to some of the best beaches in the Cyclades. Their main village on a mountain overlooking the bay is one of the most spectacular villages in the Cyclades with some nice little ouzeries that serve traditional mezedes. Serifos is about 4 hours from Athens by ferry and there are daily connections to Sifnos, Milos and Kythnos.

See my Guide to Serifos 

To meet Babis Bobolis and stay at the Hotel Maistrali see www.hotelsofgreece.com/cyclades/serifos/maistrali
For bookings contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel

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Sikinos
Not ready for Prime-time.That's more then enough reason to go there. Very little tourism, it is an island of mostly fishermen and farmers. There are rooms to rent in the twin villages of Kastro and Chora situated in the mountains and in the quiet port town of Alopronoia.

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Syros
Syros, GreeceThe most unique in the Cyclades since it is the capital. Hermoupolis has a century old shipyard servicing ocean going freighters and tankers, right in the harbor. Beautiful town, more like a small city. Two or three of the best restaurants in Greece are here. Extremely nice beaches too. I am convinced that the town of Hermopoulis, will one day be a popular destination in the off-season. The reason is the architecture. In the late 1800's the town was the main port for Greece and is full of old buildings, churches and mansions that have now been restored. It has cobblestone streets and great cafes. If you love old buildings and good food, come here. Great old hotel called the Hotel Hermes right on the waterfront. Ask for a room with a balcony and you will never want to leave. There is a pebble beach right in the back yard and the port in the front. It is also a few steps from the excellent Yaninea taverna-psistaria.  There are daily ferries from Pireaus and the trip is about 4 hours or 2 hours by highspeed. There are daily connections to Tinos and Mykonos and a ferry which originates here goes to all the Cyclades islands doing a different route every day. There are also Flying Dolphins and a High-speed ferry from Rafina. The ferry fast Aeolis Express of the NEL Lines is your best bet to get here quickly and comfortably though the Hellas Flying Dolphins are good too. The Blue Star are somewhere between a ferry and a highspeed.

Take a look at my Guide to Syros

For hotels on Syros see www.hotelsofgreece.com or search Booking.com
For reliable travel agencies that book Syros contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel
or Dolphin Hellas or Fantasy Travel

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Tinos
Tinos, GreeceBeautiful island close to Mykonos with excellent beaches, traditional villages, beautiful landscape and a rich history. Perhaps the most spiritual island of all, the wonder-working icon in the church of the Panagia Evangalestria attracts people from all over Greece in need of a miracle and around the 15th of August the island is packed with pilgrims, as is every boat going to Mykonos that stops here. Hotels are so full that people sleep on the streets. But except for the two weeks around that date, Tinos is generally a quiet island and is not only worth a visit, you could spend your entire holiday here and be quite satisfied. (And if you crave a little action, Mykonos is 15 minutes a way by highspeed ferry.) There are daily ferries from Pireaus, about 4 hours away and also Rafina. Daily connections to Andros, Syros and Mykonos.

Don't stay in Tinos town. Go to the area of Ag Ioannis Porto on the eastern tip of the island an area of small farms, summer homes and a smatering of hotels and fish tavernas. We stayed at the Porto Raphael Apartments and it would be hard to imagine a better run, friendlier, clean, well located place to stay, right above the beach. See Their website

Be sure to visit my Guide to Tinos

For more hotels or rooms in Tinos see www.hotelsofgreece.com or contact Aegean Thesaurus Travel or Dolphin Hellas or search Booking.com

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Little Cyclades
Donoussa, LivadiThere are actually about a dozen baby Cyclades, but only four are inhabited in our times: Donoússa, Páno Koufoníssi, Skhinoússa, and Irakliá. They are strikingly different from one another, each with their particular clientele – though none now rank as undiscovered, and all of them, given limited accommodation, are no-go areas from mid-July to September 1 unless you have a rooms reservation – or are happy to camp out. Athens agencies are unlikely to be able to help with advance lodging reservations, except on Páno Koufoníssi and Skhnioússa which have some luxury complexes.  Páno Koufoníssi also has the best beaches, with Donoússa not far behind; Irakliá has the best walking, with again Donoússa running second. Accommodation can be on the cheap side, but dining out is definitely not – little islands do not mean little prices. While all four have a bank ATM apiece, best not rely on these but come equipped with plenty of cash.

For more on these islands see Marc Dubin's Guide to the Little Cyclades

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More Cyclades Islands Information

Many of these islands can be included in an isand-hopping itinerary in the summer. It gets harder in the off-season though. If you know which islands you want to visit try using the Create-an-Itinerary page and you can find out what is possible and also how much it will cost.

If you are a budget traveler and you think you are too poor to go through a travel agent think again and see this page: www.greecetravel.com/budget-travel

I recommend Fantasy Travel's program The Pursuit of Pleasure which is 12 Days and 11 nights in Athens, Mykonos and Santorini including hotels, ferries, transfers, tours, admission to archaeological sites and breakfast starting at 940 euros per person. These are in good centrally located hotels in Athens and the islands. You can't beat this price for these hotels and this itinerary.

You can find  hotels in Cyclades Islands by location, price, whether or not it has a swimming pool or is on the beach, and see photos, maps and customer reviews by using this link to booking.com. Excellent prices and many hotels you can book and then cancel with no cancellation fee. For those who want to book without using a travel agency this is the best way to do it.

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