Beaches ARCHIVE


Anthropologist and traveller

3 March 2016
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I visited Crete for the first time on the five-day  trip that traditionally marks the end of one’s school years in Greece. In the craze of my youth back then, I remembered little of the island that was destined to become my second home since my partner back then who became my husband is Cretan. ...

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2 February 2016
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Like me, I believe that every Greek finds it difficult to choose their favorite island. You have such a great array of choices, each of which is so unique and distinct from one another. Once you think you have settled on your top list then come your summer holidays revising your list with a new ...

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2 February 2016
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A theatrical performance in summer 2015 gave me the chance to visit Skyros, a beautiful, very special island in the Sporades. The wonderfully warm main town of Skyros lies on the slopes of a hill, offering a magnificent view of the Aegean Sea. I would definitely recommend taking a walk around its narrow streets and ...

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2 February 2016
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I took my first steps on Irakleia. I was 9 months old. And for 22 years, I spent my Easter and summer holidays there. For me, Irakleia is spring, it’s summer, it’s … ‘I arrive on the island and it’s time to take off my watch, turn off the switch. I am free.’ Irakleia is ...

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1 January 2016
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It rose from the sea on the command of Apollo himself, when the Argonauts were in peril crossing the Aegean Sea. Its name is Anafi. It’s a small Cycladic island, east of Santorini. A hospitable, little island with only one hamlet – Hora – and a harbor, Saint Nikolas. Your heart skips a beat with ...

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