Evia is the second largest Greek island, with Northern part of Evia most appealing to nature lovers as it is covered by dense forests on mountainous terrain and surrounded by crystal clear blue waters, with beaches forming where land meets the sea.
Kythera is just off the coast of Peloponnese. Chora is the island’s capital, brimming with souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants. The major site in Chora is the Venetian castle, built in 1503 but as Kythera is known for its architectural diversity.
Mani is a region in Southern Peloponnese that begins, in the North, at the village of Verga and it ends South at Cape Tainaron, which is also the most Southern point of mainland Greece.
Elafonissos is a small island, off the coast of Southern Peloponnese. The most renowned natural landmark of Elafonissos is undoubtedly the beach of Simos. A narrow stretch of land marks the division between small Simos and Large Simos.
Icaria is located in the Eastern Aegean, approximately ten hours by boat from the port of Piraeus. The island is, for the most part, mountainous and bears a long tradition in wine making.