Walk through the city. Pay a visit to:
The Old (medieval) City with narrow alleys, small houses and imposing knightly buildings surrounded by some 200 medieval churches. After the arrival of Knights (Hospitalliers) of St. John in 1309, the fortification was extended, since the size of the city was four times bigger in relation to the Byzantine period.

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Comfortable sandals that will accompany your walks are key piece to your summer wardrobe! Leather sandals with ancient Greek designs are a must-have souvenir, when you find yourselves in Greece. With their simple and minimal appearance they make an ideal choice for any time of the day and any fashion style you may be into! Some have little metallic details, others have lace and studs lending you a rock or glamorous appearance.

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Agios Ioannis Porto, Agios Sostis, Agios Romanos, Agios Fokas and Kionia are just some of the beautiful and calm beaches the coastline of Tinos is dotted with. Clear-watered and soft-sanded, these beaches provide perfect places for relax. But when visitors have to choose just one, they tend to prefer Pachia Ammos, a wonderful thus very popular beach in the South.

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It will only take you a few sailing hours from the ports of Attica (Piraeus or Rafina) to get to them: they are the charming “nearby Cyclades”, the ideal Aegean islands for weekend escapes and island hopping.

The northernmost of them is Andros, an island with a long maritime tradition and birthplace to famous captains and ship-owners. Its green-clad topography is everything but uniform, raging from steep mountains, olive orchards and vineyards to picturesque coves, secluded beaches and natural springs.

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Cultural and natural sites go hand in hand
Paros is by size the third island of the Cyclades group, combining natural beauty, culture and fun. The visitor can start his tour from Paroikia’s harbour, have some time to relax in the nice little coffee-shops lining the island’s picturesque alleys and then stop by the Archaeological Museum of Paros to get an idea about the history of the island that has been populated since the beginnings of the Late Neolithic Period, due to its location in the central Aegean.

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The Greek island of Chios is known for its mastic trees which produce sap used in an array of traditional products from gum to liquor. However, there is another product that the island produces which many people are not aware of — tulips. On the island, tulips are called “lalades” and are found in abundance all over the island in fields and throughout olive groves. They bloom in March and their blossoms only last 7-10 days.

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Nea Peramos and Nea Irakleitsa, two tourist resorts of the Kavala Prefecture, can provide every comfort their visitors need (hotels, rooms to let, taverns, etc.). Beaches with amenities such as Nea Peramos, Ofrynio, Sarakina, Myrtofytos, Folia, Eleochorio, Almyra, Karyani and Touzla (Ofrynio) complete the geographical relief of the coastline, known as "Dytika Akrogialia” (the West Beaches).

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Welcome to the country where the god of love was born! Your chosen spot maybe any place between the deep blue or turquoise waters of the Aegean Sea and the white mountains of the Pindus range, you will still find yourselves in scapes of breathtaking natural beauty where the changing scenery and the countless options on offer will no doubt satisfy your innermost wishes! Greece is the perfect choice for whoever seeks the perfect setting for romantic activities that will turn into unforgettable memories!

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Chios is a hospitable island all year round and offers a world of images, colours, tastes and aromas. The mild Mediterranean climate in combination with the island’s rich soil yields quality products that are used to create a range of unique local dishes. Welcome to the land that boasts beautiful medieval villages, extraordinary beaches and the lovely Chios town that open-handedly gives savoury mandarins, home-made liquors, ouzo, spoon sweets and the famous mastic.

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What makes the Ionian Sea that special? It’s the blend of emerald waters, a beautiful seabed, sheltered coves and secluded beaches. All the beautiful scenes you’ll encounter in the wider Ionian area - and in particular the renowned sea caves - are what makes this part of Greece stand out. Nature has done its part in creating a unique geophysical phenomenon which you can see by simply embarking on a tour boat. Visit these well-kept secrets of an astonishing blue colour!

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