With its historical and natural beauties, delicious food suitable for Turkish taste, different beaches, entertainment life and the deep blue waters of the Aegean Sea, the Greek Islands offer different alternatives for foreign travel. Hundreds of thousands of people visit the Greek Islands every year, which can be reached by ferry, ship, or air.
With its whitewashed houses, blue windows and roofs, Santorini, one of the most recognizable Greek islands, hosts tens of thousands of tourists every year. The island, with its magnificent sunset view, is one of the popular honeymoon destinations for couples.
Milos Island is one of Greece's famous Cyclades archipelago. Taking its name from the mills on it, Milos is located in the far west of the Aegean Sea. Ferry services are organized from other islands to the island, which can be reached in 4.5 hours from Athens Piraeus Port.
Mykonos, the choice of the world jet set, is the most popular and frequented Greek island. Offering unlimited entertainment to its visitors with its nightlife and crazy nightclubs that last until the first light of the morning, the island is literally a paradise for those looking for sun, sand and sea holidays with its 89 km coastline.
The name of Ios Island, considered by the Greek people as the most beautiful of the Cyclades Islands, means purple violet in Greek. It is possible to reach Yialos, the island's natural port, by ferry from Piraeus Port and other islands.
Located on the opposite shore of Bodrum, Kos Island (Kos) can be easily seen from Turgutreis Akyarlar. Kos, which can be reached by ferry from Bodrum and Turgutreis, is an island with Ottoman traces. The island, which makes it easier to travel with the Visa Application at the Door, has been hosting a large number of Turkish tourists in recent years.
Chios Island, which can be reached by a 30-minute ferry ride from Çeşme, is a favorite of Turkish travel lovers with its mastic trees, small and charming villages, distinctive beaches and quiet streets.
Among the Greek Islands, it is possible to reach Rhodes, where the most Turks live, by sea buses and airways departing from Marmaris. The island, which has a 350 km long coastline, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
It is possible to reach Lesbos, which is a part of the Northern Aegean Islands, with a 1.5-hour ferry ride from Ayvalık. In the center of the island where Ottoman traces are seen, there is a castle that served to protect and watch over the island in the past. The chapel (chapel) inside the castle ruins is open to visitors and worship. The New Mosque in Midilli city center is about to disappear from neglect.
The other Greek islands, which is Zakynthos, Symi, Patmos, Hydra, Karpathos, Halki, Thassos, and Paros Islands, among viable options for those who travel plans. It is possible to experience history, sea, sand, and sun together in the Greek Islands, where there is easy transportation, low prices, tastes of similar taste and friendly people.