NE Aegean Islands
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Map of NE Aegean Islands, Greece  
NE Aegean Islands, Greece
NE Aegean Islands, Greece
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Set sail for unique vacations off the beaten track to the NE Aegean Islands

The NE Aegean Islands cluster lying off the Turkish coast are renowned for the unique amalgam of marvellous beaches, verdant landscapes, remote inland villages, lively seaside resorts and elements of ottoman influences creating a unique setting and a whole new world to discover, which does not resemble that of the Cyclades.

Those who love swimming and recreation by the sea will be glad to discover long stretches both of sand and pebble in the NE Aegean Islands. Don’t be surprised if when you come across unspoilt coves where you can relax all by yourself.  If you are a nature lover, caves, hiking tracks and cycling paths abound in the islands of the NE Aegean, while the plethora of archaeological and historical sights proves the once thriving status of these islands in terms of economy and force.

The diversity that the islands of the NE Aegean offer charms visitors who can enjoy their holidays both in untouched inland villages and coastal bustling resorts. Most of the islands boast good number of hotels, apartments and studios for rent, as well as villas and traditional houses for long-term vacations.

In this brief NE Aegean Guide you are given the main features of the some of the biggest and most popular NE Aegean Islands.

Hios, the island of mastic, is characterized by wild beauty and warm people. Green forests of marvelous pines, numerous beaches both pebbly and sandy all around the island, Byzantine monuments and of course tranquility make Hios an ideal destination for relaxing holidays.

The island of Lemnos is a serene holiday destination for travellers who appreciate traditional charm, genuine hospitality, supreme natural wonders, beautiful beaches with calm waters, as well as impressive monuments.

Lesvos or else Mytilini, the island of the is a beautiful island, with much green and pristine beaches, offering the real essence of Greece. It is an island relatively unspoiled by mass tourism giving travellers the chance to relax, enjoy the great food and explore the traditional villages.

Samos is an ideally verdant island boasting endless forests of pine and magnificent beaches, just off the coasts of Turkey. The traditional villages are charming with lovely houses and winding streets and the blend of Ottoman and Greek features adds a tone of east to your vacation.
Hios Lemnos Lesvos Samos
Hios Lemnos Lesvos Samos
Hios Island Lesvos Island Samos Island Lemnos Island