Andros takes top place in top 10 Greek islands to visit for its peace and serenity

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When looking at taking a trip to Greece, you are usually faced with the impossible decision of which island or islands you are planning to visit. 

The British newspaper “The Times” has made this decision easier by publishing a list of their top 10 Greek islands for a quiet, relaxing holiday, with Andros at the top of the list being praised for being the most authentic Greek experience, its countryside, footpaths and welcoming inhabitants. 

Joining Andros on the list is Folegandros, for its sunsets, Nisyros for its volcanic views, Syros for its cultural life and Meganisi for its peaceful, laid-back atmosphere, Alonissos for its wildlife, Milos for its otherworldly landscapes, Agistri for excursions, Kythera for its idyllic environment and Patmos for its spiritual mystique and its beautiful beaches.

“We have started a constant and organised effort for openness, as Andros offers everything that both Greek and foreign travellers want in the post-Covid era, such as activities in nature, a mix of remote and organised beaches and, above all, authentic hospitality,” says Andros Deputy Mayor for Tourism Nikos Moustakas.

“After a satisfactory season, tourist flows are continuing in September as well.” 

Source: AMNA

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