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Small Cyclades Travel Guide

Small Cyclades Travel Guide

The Small Cyclades, Greece, are located between the islands of Naxos, Amorgos and Ios. They are an excellent alternative destination which combines extreme natural beauty and quality travel facilities. Island hopping in the Small Cyclades is just obligatory since Donousa, Koufonisia, Keros, Schinousa and Iraklia are placed one next to the other and are also interconnected with various boat services especially during summer.

The Small Cyclades attractions include their stunning natural scenery, mostly arid but astonishing, along with sightseeing sites like places of archaeological importance and, of course, marvelous exotic beaches.
Cycladia’s Small Cyclades Travel Guide offers you tips and travel information on the best places to visit on Small Cyclades, Greece, including guides for the beaches, hotels and restaurants, helping you to relax and enjoy your stay.

Best places to visit in Small Cyclades
The Small Cyclades islands are considered by many the best alternative destination in the Cyclades having as their main attractions their tropical beaches with emerald waters, picturesque settlements, scenic pathways and various archaeological sites.

Cycladia’s Small Cyclades travel guide presents all the useful separate guides for swim, stay and eat and drink, indispensable travel information and tips about sightseeing and the best places to visit during your holidays on Donousa, Koufonisia, Iraklia, Schinousa and Keros, Greece.

Navigate through our Small Cyclades travel guide and escape from routine as Cycladia once more guides you through the most amazing places and hidden gems of these incomparable destinations in Greece in order for you to enjoy your stay at the maximum.

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