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Mykonos, Santorini & Crete.

The Greek Islands are home to Kings, Saints, gods, and one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. With about 1400 islands spread across the Aegean and Ionian Seas, it would take you many years to see every breathtaking coastline. The islands are divided into seven sections; the Cyclades, the Ionian islands, the Dodecanese, the island of Crete, the Saronic islands, the Sporades, and the Eastern Aegean islands. Some of the most notable islands, and for good reason, are Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Crete and Patmos. Each boasts centuries of rich history and landscapes draped in sunlight. However, you will notice that each possesses distinct characteristics and monumental “must see” attractions that will fill your mind with both fact and fiction. High hills and mountains often make for interesting donkey rides and the

perfect scenery for a picture. In addition to their beauty, the Greek islands have helped to pave the way for western civilization by fostering some of the greatest minds in history, such as Hippocrates, the father of medicine, and St John, author of the Book of Revelation. Many types of travelers, from the history aficionado to the adventurous backpacker to the beach bum in search of rest and relaxation, will enjoy what these islands have to offer.

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