Let us guide on a journey that will make you lose track of time while you absorb the essence of Greek life, hiding out in the amazing natural light and waters. Iraklia, Schinoussa, Donousa and Koufonisia are a cluster of islands known as the Small Cyclades. Located between Naxos and Amorgos these tiny secluded havens in the Southeast Aegean are places of magnificent beauty. Here, you will rediscover the importance of the simple pleasures in life and live an unforgettable adventure.
The magic of Aegean nature
Every step you take on the long sandy stretch of Pori beach on Koufonisia, is a step closer to paradise. An oasis of stunning turquoise waters, Pori beach will stay in your heart for years to come. As far as the eye can see, this beach is a liberating, sun kissed, blessed experience. If you are in the mood for a revealing moment then make a stop at Gala beach, one of Greece’s hidden treasures. Right under large boulders, Gala or Milk in Greek, is a geophysical phenomenon that takes its name after the white pebbles coated by calcium in the water. You may even dive under rocks that bring you out to the open sea.
If you are an admirer of deep green waters and white pebbles, Vathi Limenari in Donoussa is here to embrace and welcome you to its friendly and serene bay. Opposite the coasts of Donousa, the remote islet of Skoulonisi will play mind games with your senses.
Iraklia, another invention of nature’s appetite for creation, is here to introduce you to some of the most amazing coves of the small Cyclades. Karvounolakos, a hidden gem off the beaten track, is a bay of light coloured sand and thin pebbles waiting to be discovered.
Psili Ammos and Gerolimionas are two of the finest beaches on Schinoussa, surrounded by clear, turquoise waters and golden sand. Ideal for tranquility and seclusion, Fidou beach with an inviting seabed and turquoise waters makes it another ideal stopover on your way to everlasting bliss.
An impressive maze of stalactites and stalagmites awaits you at the Cave of Agios Ioannis in Iraklia. Marvel at the sculptural terrain of this natural shelter. Opposite the entrance of the cave you will see another cave which is said to have been the home of mythological Giant Polyphemus.
Mikres Cyclades | Kalofego
Thymari | Akathi
Kira Pothiti | Deli Restaurant
Kori tou Michali | Agnanti | Tzi-Tzi