Island-hopping in Greece

According to the authoritative British newspaper, The Telegraph, there are many charming aspects among the Greek islands. Among them, Corfu Island is a popular destination for family trips, Delos Island is one of the islands with the richest historical and cultural heritage, and Mykonos Island is famous for its magnificent scenery. Each island has its unique features, allowing travelers to choose a place that suits their current mood for a vacation or adventure.

Zakinthos town

Deep blue sea, golden sandy beaches, verdant forests and pristine white houses have nurtured many poets and artists. Located on the east coast of the island, the town of Zakynthos offers numerous tourist attractions, including the Venetian Castle, Byzantine Museum, and St. Nicholas Church. Travelers can choose to explore the town by sightseeing train or horse-drawn carriage. Furthermore, taking a boat from the port allows visitors to visit other famous spots on the island, such as the popular filming location of the Korean drama "Descendants of the Sun" - Shipwreck Beach, and the mysterious Blue Caves on the northeastern coast. For travel enthusiasts, Zakynthos town is a destination not to be missed.

Science Town

Corfu Island, located in the northeast of the Ionian Sea in Greece, is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece and one of the most popular holiday resorts in the world. It has a long history and cultural tradition, with beautifully built medieval towns, stunning beaches, and magnificent natural landscapes.

Mykonos Island

Mykonos Island in Greece is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, known as the "island closest to paradise". Author Haruki Murakami also wrote his famous novel "Norwegian Wood" by the beach of this little paradise. There are countless magnificent white buildings here, complemented by the azure sea and blue sky, creating a beautiful and dreamy scenery on Mykonos Island. In the evening, find a restaurant, choose the right outfit, order a cup of Greek coffee or alcoholic beverage, quietly admire the beauty of the sunset, and enjoy a rare moment of tranquility.

Tinou Island

Tinos Island, meaning "bright and shining" in Greek, is considered the birthplace of the sun god Apollo and the moon goddess Artemis, and is regarded as part of the "Greek sacred site". Today, this historic site remains in ruins but is still listed as a World Heritage Site. The island is home to many ancient churches, monasteries, and traditional cultural buildings, making it a gathering place for Greek religion and culture. In addition, Tinos Island offers beautiful beaches, delicious food, and local handicrafts, providing a deep understanding of Greek history, culture, and customs.

Lake Xie

Balos Beach and Lagoon in Greece is a breathtaking marvel. The sand here is as fine as powder, and the crystal-clear water shows a dreamy turquoise color. However, swimming might not be the best choice due to strong winds. There are multiple ways to reach Balos Beach and Lagoon, such as walking or driving along steep rocky cliffs. Taking a boat is also a great option if you prefer to avoid these risks.