Cycladic Islands

Cycladic Islands

The Cycladic Islands (or Cyclades) are one of the most popular island group destinations in Greece. Each year, thousands of Greeks and travelers from Europe and all over the world come to visit these islands.

The Cycladic Islands are located in the southeast of Athens and North of Crete, consisting not only of well known Santorini, Mykonos, Ios, Paros and Syros, but of 147 islands in total, with a history of over 10,000 years. 24 of the islands are inhabited.

They are known for their famous Cycladic architecture of white houses and blue doors and windows, beautiful churches, amazing blue sky, crystal waters, clean beaches, stunning sunsets, traditional dishes, relaxation, lifestyle, great nightlife.

The amazing beauty of each island and special hospitality of cheerful and always welcoming habitants definitely can impress even the most cautious of travellers.


The Cyclades took their name from the Nymphs, "Cyclades", that the God of the sea, Poseidon, transformed into islets or from the word cycle, because they spread around Delos, the island where mythical Apollon was born.

In the Cyclades you may enjoy your holidays or summer excursions according to your lifestyle or your budget. You may select the nightlife of cosmopolitan Mykonos, the romantic sunsets of Santorini, Paros clubbing, the soothing beaches of Milos or more relaxing vacations in Amorgos, Anafi, Sikinos, and more.