A lifetime of travel would not be enough to travel around Greece's countless islands. And yet, it would be necessary to increase the number of flights and crossings to take with his tourist guide of the Greek islands the measure of the 6,000 islands and islets scattered in the Ionian Sea and the Aegean Sea, 227 of which are inhabited. There is something for everyone, ancient ruins, white and blue villages, hot springs, paradisiacal beaches, secluded coves, pebbles, white or black sand, volcanic mountains, pine forests, olive trees, breathtaking limestone cliffs... Like mainland Greece, these islands are also the cradle of some of Europe's oldest civilizations and are home to a sparkling heritage embodied first and foremost in the archaeological sites of the Cyclades (Akrotiri, the Greek Pompeii, Santorini, Delos, the island of Apollo, near Mykonos). In addition to the Cyclades and of course Crete, Greece's island wealth is growing in five other archipelagos: the Dodecanese, the Saronic Islands, Evia, the Sporades and the islands of the northeast Aegean Sea. You will be spoilt for choice, with consistency, everywhere: legendary Greek hospitality is not a myth!