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f you’re lucky enough to be visiting Greece, you ought to make it a point to check out a number of the Greek islands. There are quite few islands that are near Athens. This makes it simple to try some island-hopping. You’ll be able to typically realize ferries that may take you from Athens to a Greek island on on a daily basis trip, where you’ll be able to view some historic attractions, relax on a beach or visit a whitewashed village. The subsequent may be a description of a number of the islands close to Athens you would possibly need to go to on your Greek journey.

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Serifos

Serifos is an island within the western Cyclades, famed for its ancient towers, castles, monasteries and also the unspoiled hilltop capital of Hora with its painted buildings. The islandcontains a total of seventy two beaches. Among the foremost well-liked are Psili Ammos Beach, Ganema Beach, Vaya Beach and Lividakia Beach. a number of the notable buildings on the island embody Moni Taxiarchon Monastery, that was inbuilt the 14th century. You would possibly conjointly need to visit the White Tower, the remains of an ancient watchtower on the top of a hill. The island is popular among scuba divers and there are several companies providing diving tours.

Spetses

Spetses may be a Greek island famed for its charming cobblestone streets, historic mansions and its crucial role within the Greek War of Independence. To find out a lot about the island’s history you’ll be able to visit Spetses museum or Bouboulina’s museum, that is devoted to at least one of theillustrious heroines of the war. One amongst the foremost  lovely spots on the island is Bekiri Cave,that has areas where you’ll be able to swim likewise as walk. Ayia Paraskevi Beach, that contains a tiny church nearby, may be a quiet beach that’s great for relaxing or swimming. One distinctive feature of Spetses is the prohibition of automobiles within town limits. Transportation options include walking, bicycles, mopeds and horse-drawn carriages.

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Kea

As the nearest island of the Cyclades to the mainland, Kea is extraordinarily fashionable Athenian families in August and at weekends year-around. As a result a lot of the outline is peppered withvacation homes engineered with the domestically quarried green-brown stone. One amongst the foremost picture landmarks on the island is that the Lion of Kea, an ancient sculpture you’ll reach by taking a reasonably strenuous hike. Additionally value visiting is Panagia Kastriani Monastery, that provides a dramatic overlook of the Aegean. Ancient Karthea is another notable dig, with the remains of a temple and theater overlooking the sea. Kea has several unbelievable beaches, as well as Koundouros Beach, Otzias Beach and Gialiskari Beach.

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