The Byzantine Trail of Paros

It’s back to the Middle Ages on the road from Lefkes to Prodromos – or is it only back to the 1950s?

Hiking on the Greek islands is overall a very pleasant experience. The blue skies and the blue sea can be counted on to provide an attractive backdrop, and there are always plenty of things to discover.

It’s all the more a pity, however, that not everywhere more efforts

The Byzantine Trail of Paros

The Lunar Landscapes of Milos

#LoveMILOS Subsequent volcanic eruptions have turned the island’s north coast into a freak show of geological curiosities I already told you that most people in Milos believe their local administration and tourism board are not making enough of the fact that the Venus of Milo, possibly the world’s most famous “classical” statue, was found on their island. Here is what I believe is under-promoted about Milos: the island’s stunning geological diversity.

The Lunar Landscapes of Milos

A Tour Around the Sights of Ios

#LoveIOS If you want to see the many facets of the island, you will – unfortunately – have to exchange your hiking boots for a set of wheels

I think we can all agree that walking is the perfect way of experiencing foreign destinations. The problem is that you do not always have the choice between good, better and perfect, but must instead take what is possible or do entirely without.

A Tour Around the Sights of Ios

Exploring the Cyclades

Hiking through History in Ios, Milos and Paros Hiking is a wonderful way of exploring and experiencing your immediate neighbourhood. If you have never wondered what the world looks like beyond that distant little strip of green that you can see from your bedroom window, chances are you will not get much out of excursions to Antarctica and the Amazon either (curiosity not being something you can selectively switch on or off.)

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Exploring the Cyclades