Holidays in the North Aegean Islands
The North East Aegean islands consist of the islands of Samos, Hios, Ikaria, Fournoi, Oinousses, Psara, Lesbos, Agios Efstratios and Limnos. The island of Thassos is also often included in this group of islands, though geologically speaking, it is actually part of the Eastern Macedonia region of North Greece.
Their natural beauty, the crystal clear waters, the traditional villages with their stoned built houses, a lot of green and forests with running waters, make them the ideal place even for the most demanding visitors that are looking for quiet holidays.
Wonderful laced beaches with clear waters, hospitable inhabitants and natural beauty will offer you unforgettable moments and memories to cherish forever. You can visit Archaeological museums, castles, monasteries and churches that will take you back on a magical journey through time.
The North Aegean Islands were the gateway connecting the Hellenism of Minor Asia with Greece. There is history dating back to the ancient years, and for centuries, the North Aegean Islands were centres of economic and cultural growth.
The wonderful island of Thassos and that of picturesque Samothraki belong geographically to the region of East Macedonia, but are equally magical with their own separate beauties.
Chios is another island in the North East Aegean that is very popular with travellers from all over the world. Chios offers visitors a very picturesque and relaxing setting in which to enjoy authentic Greek island holidays.
The island of Samos, the most Eastern of the islands, is one that is perfect to visit throughout the year. Samos is well catered for tourism, and has a great selection of popular destinations where one can enjoy a range of holidays and experiences.
In the North East Aegean Islands you will find traditional but also a cosmopolitan life that all combine perfectly to play a part is giving it's visitors wonderful holidays.