Hotels and Apartments in Greek Islands:
All the Hotels and apartments in all the Greek Islands

Apartments and Hotels by Island:
Alonissos Amorgos Andiparos Andros Angistri Astipalea Egina Elafonissi Evia Folegandros Halki Hios Idra Ikaria Inousses Ios Ithaki Kalimnos Karpathos Kassos Kastelorizo Kea Kefalonia Kerkira Kithira Kithnos Kos Koufonissia Kriti Lefkada Leros Lesvos Limnos Lipsi Meganissi Mikonos Milos Naxos Nissiros Othoni Paros Patmos Paxi Poros Psara Rodos Salamina Samos Samothraki Santorini Schinoussa Serifos Sifnos Sikinos Simi Siros Skiathos Skiros Skopelos Spetses Thassos Tilos Tinos Trizonia Zakinthos

Greek Islands

The islands are Greece’s chief morphological trait and an integral part of the country’s civilisation and tradition. The Greek territory comprises 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Sea, a truly unique phenomenon on the European continent; of these islands only 227 are inhabited.
The Greek Archipelago takes up 7,500 km of the country’s total 16,000-km coastline, offering a highly diversified landscape: beaches stretching along many kilometers, sheltered bays and coves, golden stretches of sand with dunes, pebbly beaches, coastal caves with steep rocks and black sand typical of volcanic soil, coastal wetlands... Many Greek beaches have been awarded the blue flag under the programme Blue Flags of Europe. Apart from swimming, they lend themselves to scuba diving, snorkeling, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing.
As they are the cradle of some of the most ancient and prosperous European civilisations (the Cycladic, Minoan civilisations, etc.), the islands boast unique archaeological sites, an outstanding architectural heritage and centuries-old, fascinating local traditions of a multifaceted cultural past. Moreover, 58.5% of the country’s lodging establishments and 62.6% of hotel beds are found on the islands (data for 2003).

All the above, combined with the ideal climate, the safety of Greek waters and the short distances between ports and coasts, have rendered the Greek islands extremely popular among Greek and foreign visitors.
Most islands lie in the Aegean Sea and are divided in seven groups (from north to south):