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Encyclopedia > Greek islands

This is a list of some of the 3000 islands of Greece:

Contents

The Cyclades

The Dodecanese Islands

The North Aegean Islands

The East Aegean Islands

The Sporades Islands

Only four of these (marked with a *) are inhabited.

The Ionian Islands

Saronic Islands

See also: List of islands in the Mediterranean, List of islands


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Greek Islands - Holidays Travel Hotels Greek Islands Guide (1058 words)
The Sporades Islands are part of both the prefectures of Magnesia (in Central Greece) and the large island of Evia.
The stunning island of Crete, the largest of all the Greek Islands, is the last stop in the Mediterranean, before reaching Africa.
Whichever Greek Island you plan to visit on your holidays in Greece, you can be sure that you will have a wonderful time, filled with a combination of fun, adventure, relaxation, and of course, the famous Greek hospitality, which is known all over the world.
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The largest of the Greek islands, Crete is a land of sparkling seas and soaring mountains, and has been a popular holiday destination for many years.
Rhodes island is the capital of the Dodecanese, and the largest of the island group, it is one of the most visited of the Greek islands with its numerous sandy beaches, un-spoilt interior, and a climate and weather that boasts over 300 days of sunshine a year.
These greek islands, together with Kythira, which is however cut-off from the rest, opposite the southern Peloponnese (Lakonia), as well as neighbouring Antikythira, they constitute the Eptanissa (Ionian islands).
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