Meteora is the biggest and most important group of monasteries in Greece after those in Mount Athos. We can locate the first traces of their history from 11th c. when the first hermits settled there. The rock monasteries have been characterized by UNESCO as a unique phenomenon of cultural heritage and they form one of the most important stations of cultural map of Greece.

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Belonging to the Cycladic group of islands, Kimolos floats nearby Milos. As a matter of fact, it is at just 30 minutes by ferry from Pollonia port of Milos. It is also connected to Piraeus several days per week and to other more or less neighbouring islands. Given that most of the tourists stop at Milos, Kimolos is like a hidden gem in the Cyclades.

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Deep-sea diving is nowadays one of the most fascinating sea sports. Whole realms open up in the silence of the deep. The sea is an exciting world, full of mystery yet with sparkle. The brilliant colours on the seabed, the diversity of the sea creatures, the stunning underwater seascapes await discovery by explorers within this vast blue environment.

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Nafpaktos and Galaxidi are justly considered to be amongst the most scenic and romantic destinations of the Greek hinterland. To top off their natural beauty, there is their important history and the easy and quick access from Athens. In other words, they are an absolute favourite for an autumn escape that will remain etched in our mind.

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Beautiful beaches backed by the sun-kissed Mediterranean landscape, attractive summer villas and yacht marinas, the island of Spetses across the narrow straits, fresh fish and a lively nightlife are just a few features in the portrait of Porto Heli and Ermioni, a destination for the cognoscenti.

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