Unexplored little paradises
Discover hidden "aegean gems" on islands that have not been altered by human presence or intervention.
Peristera extends parallel to the east coast of Alonissos and is uninhabited. The name Peristera got it from its shape, while the name "Xiro" was given to it because it lags far behind Alonissos in terms of vegetation. Its soil is mainly covered by macchia and phrygana, where a few goats graze. Its highest peak reaches 259 meters.More
With an area of 25 km², Kyra Panagia is the largest deserted island, north of Alonnisos. Its hills range between 169 and 299 meters. In ancient times, the island was known as Ephthyros and as Polyaigos. This days, Kyra Panagia belongs to the Megisti Lavra Monastery of Mount Athos, but , administrately, the island is part of the municipality of Alonnisos.More
Gioura or Ancient Gerontia, is a large gray rock that comes out of the deep blue waters. It has an area of only 11 sq.km and its shores are steep and rocky.More
Psathoura is the northernmost of the islands of the complex. Its name comes from its shape, probably because it looks like a “Psatha”, a rush mat, floating in the middle of the sea. It has a diameter of 2 km and covers an area of 2 square km. It is 8 miles away from Yura.
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The island of Piperi, which in greek translates to Pepper, and the sea area around it are the core of the National Marine Park . At the same time, it is the most inaccessible island since it has no protected bay to approach by boat.More