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Nissi Beach

The small islet of Nissi beach can be accessed by foot as the waters are so shallow that you will not even wet your waist. It gives you a panoramic view of the beach and it is certainly worth a visit. If you are into extreme activities then you can dive from the rock if […]

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Nissi Beach

The 500 meters of Nissi beach are covered with thin white sand but some places have rocks that can hurt your feet if you are not paying attention to where you step. This amazing beach is awarded with a blue flag which simply means that is regularly checked for water quality and provide all necessary […]

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Nissi Beach

This amazing beach is named Nissi (in Greek nissi means island) as a small islet is located near the coast. Only shallow waters separate the islet from the coast so someone can reach it very easily on foot. The position of the islet provides protection from big waves and the visitors will enjoy almost always […]

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Nissi Beach

Nissi beach in Agia Napa is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Cyprus. The white sand gives a light blue color to the sea and when you are there it's seems like you are inside of a carte postale from some exotic destination.

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Santorini caldera

Santorini could be your perfect base if you want to do island hopping. There are daily connections with other Greek islands such as Crete, Naxos, Paros, Folegandros, Anafi.

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Kommos

What is more wild in Crete? The rough beaches, the wild seas or the endemic flora? In any case the combination is amazing

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Matala Beach Festival

Some of birds sing for freedom, some bird just fly away – Locomodo, from the song 'o glaros'

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Heraklion, Greece

"You poor man, you can move mountains, you can make miracles, but you sink in the shit, the laziness and infidelity. You've got a God inside you, you carry a God but you don't know it, you just realize it at the time you are dying but it's too late. So, all of us that […]

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Heraklion, Greece

Zeus selected Aeolus to become the ruler of the winds and granted him with the power to calm or arouse all winds. When Odysseus visit the island of Aeolus and stayed there for a month, Aeolus placed all the winds in a bag and gave the bag to Odysseus letting free only the mild wind […]

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Crete

This Friday, 16th of June, the cliff full of caves created in the Neolothic Age will become the stage for the annual Matala beach festival. The Greek band will fill this beach with ska and reggae sounds. Are you in Crete? Don't miss this event

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