The Blue and the White is the symbol of the Greece in through its islands as well as various churches that amazing cities. A country buried of the stories of the god’s Greek.
The visit of Athens
Greece has his 450 islands and 130 of them are uninhabited. You can visit this country by renting a catamaran, or a sailboat or even the luxury of a yacht for 12 days. Go ashore in Athens for two days visiting the essentials places. It's a little gray city without its Acropolis and its folkloric image better we get the flea market of Monastiraki. And since there is, as much to visit the rest, the numerous museums, the souk and the changing of the guard before the Parliament.
The tour of the island’s Greece
We started with the mountainous Ionian Islands under dense vegetation. There are seven islets to visit on this island including Corfou, Leucade, Cephalonia and Ithaca, Zante and Cythera more distant, south of the Peloponnese. We stayed there for two nights and the next day we start the Cyclades. The archipelago has 39 islands of which 15 are inhabited. They offer immense beaches, traditional villages, castles, Byzantine churches, ancient ruins, but also bars and clubs. The main places are: Andros, Tinos, Paros, Antiparos, Mykonos, Delos, Naxos, Amorgos, Ios, Santorini, Anafi, Sikinos, Sifnos, Folegandros, Milos, Kimolos, Syros, Serifos and Kea. And then a tour of boat rentals greece on Crete. The distance separating it from the continent explains that Crete remained independent, developing its own culture, language and traditions. The island has beautiful beaches, landscapes, towns and traditional villages, churches, castles. Dodecanese Archipelago is the most famous of the islands with the Rhodes diving into medieval architecture, but other islands are not lacking in interest, Patmos in particular. The curiosities are diverse: ancient and medieval sites and castles. Formed by numerous small islands, the archipelago of the Northern Sporades comprises four main islands, wooded, with pleasant landscapes and picturesque villages.
And finally, the set of islands in the Gulf of Saronic, between Attica and the region of Athens and the peninsula of Argolis of Peloponnese: Poros, Aegina, Hydra.