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Cyclades is a group of gorgeous Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, southeast of mainland Greece. Some of the most popular Greek islands like Santorini and Mykonos belong to the Cyclades group. But there are plenty more!

We provide several daily and multi day activities and tours to unlock the secrets of this magnificent Greek summer destination.

How about hiking some of the ancient trails of the Cyclades Islands, discover their popular or hidden beaches, take a dive and swim in the Aegean Sea? Sounds good? We are waiting for you!

Walking in Crete & Santorini

Discover two of the most famous Mediterranean Islands: Crete & Santorini, a wonderful combination and a unique hiking experience, in this 10-day trip!  

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Self Guided Hiking in Crete & Santorini

This 10-day trip starts from Crete, Greece's largest island with mythical mountains, deep gorges and a unique history dating back to the 4000 year old Minoan civilization, to continue to the jewel of Cyclades islands, the spectacular Santorini

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  • Trekking
Cyclades Adventure Travel

Apart from the most popular Greek islands such as Santorini, Mykonos and Crete, there is  a number of other islands which are less crowdy, yet extremely beautiful and worth visiting.

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Cycladic Hiking Tour

White washed houses, turquoise blue sea, olive groves and sun parched landscapes. It is here where man lived in harmony with the environment for thousands of years

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Explore Kythnos Island

Hop on a ferry and explore the unspoiled beauty of Kythnos, the closest Western Cycladic island to Athens. Under the guidance of local experts, walk through picturesque villages, taste unique local delicacies and hike through historical unparalleled trails.

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Ancient Trail in Kythnos

Between the bay of Episkopi and Apokrousi lies the most significant place in the history of the island. According to historical sources, Vryokastro or Rigokastro was the ancient capital of the island, while it was named Kythnos.

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