The most beautiful uninhabited islands of Greece. Where are the beaches created by the volcanic mouths PHOTO


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Greece is home to thousands of islands, and currently only about 200 are inhabited. The rest are uninhabited Greek island paradises. These secluded destinations are the perfect travel destinations for tourists who want to get off the beaten track.

Keros, an archeological treasure

The island of Keros is located northwest of Amorgos, and in ancient times it was called Keria. It is part of the Koufonissia group of islands and boasts many important archeological sites. Excavations on the uninhabited Greek island have revealed ruins from the early Cycladic period 3200-2000 BC.

The beaches on the clean island are full of white sand and the waters are turquoise. You can visit the island on your own boat or by renting a cruise boat. Overnight stays are not allowed by the Archaeological Authority that watches over the island, he writes greekreporter.com.

Lihadonisia, insular complex of Kamena Vourla of Evia

Lihadonisia is an island complex opposite Kamena Vourla in Evia. The islands are dotted with beaches created by volcanic estuaries.

Often referred to as the “Maldives” of Greece, the islands appeared as a result of a massive earthquake thousands of years ago and volcanic activity during the Cenozoic century.

Named after Hercules’ servant Lihas, the islands can be reached by boat trips from the port of Kavos in Evia.

Kasos, home to the uninhabited Greek islands of Armathia and Makronisi

Kasos municipality includes several uninhabited and untouched islands offshore, the largest of which are Armathia and Makronisi. Kasos is located in the southern Aegean Sea and is part of the Karpathos regional unit in the Dodecanese.

Armathia Island had 8 inhabitants according to a 1951 census, but has since become completely uninhabited. At the entrance to Armathia, you will find the amazing beach, Marmara. There are regular boat trips to the island.

Gramvoussa, an uninhabited part of the Cretan archipelago

Gramvousa is part of the Cretan archipelago. The two islands to which it refers are Imeri and Agria Gramvousa, literally “tamed” and “wild” Gramvousa.

You can take a day boat trip, leaving in the morning and returning at night from Kissamos Harbor and arriving at Gramvousa and Balos Beach and Lagoon. One-day tours are available from May to October.

Known for its spectacular beaches, flora and fauna and the remains of the Venetian castle and fort at the top of the Imeri Gramvousa peaks, these two islands are not to be missed.

Rineia

If you are on holiday in Mykonos, why not take a day trip on the nearby uninhabited Greek island of Rhine?

The island boasts unspoilt beaches and is just an hour’s drive from the Mykonos yacht. Rhine was originally part of the sacred island of Delos and served as a quarantine site in ancient times.

Today, Delos and Rineia are separated by a very narrow strait and have a lot of historical relevance and natural allure, making this secluded island an ideal break from the crowded beaches of Mykonos!


Source: Breaking News – Cele mai importante stiri – Ziare.com by ziare.com.

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