Greece

aeginaThe single Dorca column on cape Kolona nearby is all that remains of the Temple of Aphrodite that formerly stood there. Aegina Town, on the west coast, is the island's charming and bustling, main capital and port. Its harbor is lined with colorful caiques and several of the town's crumbling neoclassic buildings survives from its days as the Greek capital. North of Aegina Town in Livadi is the house where Nikos Kazantzakis wrote Zorba the Greek.

AgathonissiThis is a small island 36 n. m. east of Patmos. This islet with its wonderful beaches is an ideal spot for anyone wishing to escape the pressures of everyday life for a while. In older times it was called Netousa or Tragea. Here the visitor's glance cannot stay cool; one experiences a never-ending wandering adventure.

AlonissosAlonissos, the least populated island in the Sporades group, is the place for those seeking a quiet vacation away from the noise and traffic. It is famous because the sea around Alonissos and the seven uninhabited islets near it have been declared a marine park, so it is the cleanest in the Aegean Sea.

AmorgosThe oblong shape of the mountainous and barren island of Amorgos lies on the eastern edge of the Cyclades, almost in the Dodecanese. In some places, the coastline is steep and rocky, while elsewhere it forms quiet, shady bays. The remains found all over the island and the important archaeological finds discovered there (some of which are in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens), are testimony to the fact that Amorgos was inhabited in prehistoric times and was a place of great importance during the period of the Cycladic civilization.

AntipaxiAntipaxos is a small island in the Ionian Sea, about (2 miles to the south of Paxos. Antipaxos has several beaches and one harbour, Agrapidia. It has three main beaches: Vrika (white sand), Mesovrika (pebbles) and Voutoumi (pebbles) and it can be reached by 15-minute ride with a sea-taxi from the port of Gaios in Paxos.

ArkiArki, is the biggest of a group of islands to the north of Leipsi. The islanders live from fishing. You have the feeling that Arki has been forgotten. Away from tourism, the island seems mystical in its peace and stillness. There is only a little unique village, with drystone built houses. Opposite Arki is the small islet of Marathi, with a fine sandy beach.

ArgostoliArgostoli is a town on the island of Kefalonia. Argostoli developed into one of the busiest ports in Greece, leading to prosperity and growth.

To the east of Argostoli, at the end of the bay, beneath the Castle of St. George, sits the Koutavos Lagoon, a feeding ground for the Loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta).

On the Ionian Sea coast southwest of the town centre is the holiday resort town Lassi, which has several small beaches.

FiskardoFiskardo is a village and a community on the Ionian island of Kefalonia. It is the northernmost port of Kefalonia, a short distance from Ithaca. Fiskardo has a small and diminishing fishing fleet. The coast around Fiskardo is mainly rocky with numerous pebble-beached coves. The port serves ferry routes to the ports of Frikes (Ithaca) and Lefkada.

Fiskardo is also the name of the two kilometre long bay in which the port is located. Fiskardo and the dense forest in the surrounding area have been declared areas of great natural beauty.

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