Various - Islands In The Sun (Music From Rhodes, Corfu, Crete And Other Greek Islands) album flac
- Album: Islands In The Sun (Music From Rhodes, Corfu, Crete And Other Greek Islands)
- FLAC: 1738 mb | MP3: 1882 mb
- Released: 1990
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 870
- Format: APE AU MMF FLAC AIFF VOC AA
|1||–Γιάννης Πάριος||Στην Πάρο και Στην Νάξο (Θα Πάμε Βόλτα Στα Νησιά)|
|2||–Γιώργος Κονιτόπουλος||Ντίνι Ντίνι Νταχτιρντί|
|3||–Γιάννης Πάριος||Μάουκας (Θα Πάρω Μια Ψαρόβαρκα)|
|5a||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Καράβι Καραβάκι|
|5b||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Είχα Μια Αγάπη|
|5c||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Η Τράτα Μας Η Κουρελού|
|5d||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Ένα Καράβι Από Την Χιο|
|7||–Γιάννης Πάριος||Ντάρι Ντάρι|
|8a||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Μια Κόρη Στην Ακρογιαλιά|
|8b||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Μάτια Σαν Και Τα Δικά Σου|
|8c||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Φεύγω Μανούλα Μου Γλυκιά|
|8d||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Στείλε Με Μάννα Για Νερό|
|8e||–Άννα Καραμπεσίνη||Σούστα Ροδίτικη|
|10||–Γιάννης Πάριος||Παναγιά Μου Ένα Παιδί|
- Printed By – Ορφανός - Σκαλτσάς
- Filmed At – ΑΚΜΗ
- Design – Harry Spyropoulos*
- Photography By – Romylos Parissis*
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The number of inhabited islands is variously cited as between 166 and 227. The largest Greek island by area is Crete, located at the southern edge of the Aegean Sea. The second largest island is Euboea, which is separated from the mainland by the 60m-wide Euripus Strait, and is administered as part of the Central Greece region
The Greek Islands have long been a favourite destination for British and other European holidaymakers and my husband, Colin, and I are no exception. There's something about the place that keeps calling you back. Mostly formed by volcanic activity over thousands of years, there are hundreds of islands set in the sparkling blue seas surrounding mainland Greece, where groups of archipelagos have been divided into different categories such as the Ionian Islands, Agean Islands, Cyclades and Dodecanese. Some are mere dots on the map and may be uninhabited, whilst others such as Crete and Kefalonia are the biggest in their chain of islands. One thing they all have in common, however, is absolutely stunning.
The mythic stomping ground of Poseidon and the home of the ancient Phaeacians bursts forth from its place in the Ionian Sea in a medley of beautiful sand stretches and pebbly coves, UNESCO-attested villages sculpted by the hands of Venetian, Byzantine and the British Empire alike, and chiseled cliffs draped with tops of leafy foliage. The heady, happening kingpin of the Cyclades Islands and one of the veritable gems of the Greek Aegean overall, Mykonos draws huge crowds of revelers and sun-seekers throughout peak season. Daily speed boat connections and half-hour flights from Athens do well to bolster the traffic even more.
The beautiful and exotic Greek islands lure droves of tourists every year, making them one of the world’s top travel destinations. However, with hundreds of islands to choose from, planning a trip can be a bit of a dilemma. To help you maximize the best of your travel experience, check out the following list of the best Greek islands. 10-Day Private Tour of Athens, Mykonos and Santorini. Because of its many convenient ferry connections, Paros makes a great base if you want to visit other islands in the Cyclades. If you are looking for an attractive nightlife scene, you will be spoiled for choice on this Greek island as it offers many towns that feature a wide range of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The beaches on Paros are plentiful as well, ranging from the quiet and remote to the more crowded where windsurfing competitions are frequently hosted. 8. Samos Where to Stay.
The Greek islands are renowned worldwide not only for their stunning beaches and crystal waters, but also for their crazy nightlife and endless partying. The cheerful atmosphere, the friendly welcome, loud international music and extraordinary cocktails magnetize youths from all over the world to dance from dusk till dawn and have a great time. The best Greek islands for parties include Mykonos, Ios, Paros, and many others. And the best part? You can always take the ferry from one island to the other to not miss a thing! Mykonos
How come the Greek islands are famous? Do all the Greek islands have the tiny cube-shaped white houses with blue windows? How do I get to the Greek islands? Which one of the Greek islands should I visit? I'll try in this guide to give answers to all possible questions of those who have never been to the Greek islands or never heard of them. So let's start from the fact that there are various island complexes, which differ a lot from each other. Cyclades, the Dodecanese, the Northeast Aegean Islands, the Argo-Saronic Islands, the Sporades and the Ionian Islands.
As Rhodes is among the most developed islands in Greece, tours are many and include both bus tours around the island or boat trips to interesting places. Very popular is the boat trip to Simi, a wonderful island only one hour from the port of Mandraki in Rhodes Town. This tour also includes a stop at the historical Monastery of Panormitis in Simi. Frequent bus tours also depart from Rhodes Town or popular tourist places and make the round trip of the island.
The Greek islands are a unique phenomenon in Europe. Greece counts . 00 islands and islets scattered in the Aegean and Ionian Seas. You can learn more here. The Ionian Sea has only one island complex: The Ionian Islands Zakynthos, Ithaca, Corfu, Kefallonia, Lefkada, Paxi, and Kythira which is situated opposite the southern Peloponnese (Laconia). These islands, which are the biggest of the Ionian Sea, constitute the famous Eptanissa (meaning seven islands; epta in Greek means seven)
The main island is Corfu (Kerkyra in Greek), with a bustling, architecturally eclectic main town and a lush, green islandscape dotted with attractions and beaches. While many of Greece's smaller islands merit a day or two of fun in the sun, Crete could occupy even a busy traveler for a week or more. Historically, Crete was home to the Minoans - the earliest advanced European civilization, peaking around 1950 . centuries before "the ancient Greeks" of Athens. Greek-island accommodations range from rustic dhomatia to designer hotels with spectacular views. Even out-of-the-way islands get heavy tourist traffic in the summer, so options abound.