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One of the most beautiful group of islands in the Mediterranean

Welcome to Cyclades

The name “Cyclades” refers to the islands forming a circle (the name in English means: “circular islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the sea, furious at the Cyclades nymphs turned them into islands.

We specialize in the following islands.
We have lived in, have walked them, made friends and became one with the locals, learned their history and traditions and we are ready to share all their secrets with you.


hidden behind its religious fame


Simple and picturesque

trips in Cyclades

Walking Adventure – Andros

Exploring on foot

Sightseeing & Experience – Tinos

Impressive landscapes

Sport activities – Andros

Climbing, Hiking, Water Sports

Walking Adventure

Island Hopping Naxos, Iraklia, Amorgos

Hiking Activities – Andros

Country House Stay

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Spring flowers – Andros Cyclades

In Andros about 1,055 species and subspecies of higher plants have been recorded. Three endemic plant species of Andros are listed in the Red Data Book (RDB) of Rare and Threatened Plants of Greece (2009) : Campanula reiseri, Corydalis thasia, Ferulago sartorii

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Dry Stone walls Andros Cyclades Greek Islands

Artwork in harmony with the environment. The “Kserolithies” literally meaning “dry stones” are an integral part of our cultural heritage.Perfectly connected to the Aegean landscape. Walls made with stones placed next to or on top of each other without connecting material, only with wedges. Their wild beauty creates admiration on how man managed to fight against the forces of nature and transform the barren slopes into arable land, through a rational use of the environment to his advantage.

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Hiking on Andros

The Aegean island trails are often those same ancient routes that people used to follow, centuries ago, to reach the shrines and temples, build their towers and villages, and take care of their animals and land.

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