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Top 24 Photos From The Greek Islands

In April and May 2014 we had the joy of visiting 5 beautiful islands in the Cyclades. I never expected to be so completely flummoxed by the raw, natural beauty of these heavenly locations. It was simply a life-changing experience.

I’ve combed through the thousands of photos taken on this trip to bring you my favourite 24. So come with me on a photo tour and get to know the hidden gems of the Greek Islands.

- Josh Bender

Sunset on Ios from the top of Chora.

Sunrise on Kythnos.

Kastro, Sifnos - ancient town on a hill.

Pfffft! Hunting for giant dandelions on Kythnos.

Kolona Beach and St Lucas Island, Kythnos.

Traffic jam on Kythnos.

Mandrakia, Milos.

Eftamartyros Church (Seven Martyrs), Kastro, Sifnos.

Classic Kythnos: relaxed, quiet and serene.

Byzantio Sailors Restaurant at Merichas, Kythnos.

Apoplous restaurant overlooking the bay at sunset, Milos

Salad from heaven at Aria’s Restaurant, Kythnos.

Reading a book at hotel in Loutra, Kythnos.

Kamares sunset on the beach, Sifnos.

Odysseas Elytis Theatre, Ios.

Boats in Naoussa, Paros.

Classic narrow road, Lefkes, Paros.

Panagia Mangana overlooking Kamares, Sifnos.

Splash! Kolona Beach, Kythnos

Lookout at Aghios Andreas, Sifnos.

Bench on the beach at Aliki, Paros.

Greece travel tip: one of the best ways to tour the Greek Islands in style is cruising with a rented luxury gulet (yacht). The more friends or family members on board, the cheaper it gets per person. This is certainly a once-in-a-lifetime adventure on the open ocean that you'll never forget.

Dining table with olive tree centrepiece at Paros Land Hotel, Paros.

Classic house facia, Lefkes, Paros.

Panagia Ekatontapiliani (Church of 100 Doors), Paros.

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Posted by Erin De Santiago on
Stunning! These are gorgeous! Even more anxious to visit the islands you were on!
Posted by Jennifer on
Oh my goooodness! I am currently in the midst of planning a 11 day trip to Greece in July. My friend and I will be staying in Athens for a few days but we'll mainly be on the islands Crete & Santorini. These photos just made me soooo excited! They are absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing! xx Jen @ Food, Love, and Life Blog -- found ya on the We Travel We Blog link-up. :)
Posted by Els on
Wow, stunning pics!!!!
Posted by Kerry Ascione on
I really enjoyed your beautiful photos/memories of Greece. I can't wait to get there myself. I'm waiting to find a great home exchange there.
Posted by Danielle on
Hi love the photos :) do you have a blog on your camera equipment and storage? we are planing long term travel in a few years and I'm not sure about taking my big SLR? Thanks Danielle.that game was funny yep I'm human lol
Posted by Hannah Wasielewski on
These pictures are amazing! Can't wait to visit one day!
Posted by Cacinda Maloney on
Your photographs are AMAZING! I feel like I was there!
Posted by Paul Marshman on
Great shots -- the Greek islands are on the top of my travel bucket list, and now I really have to go. I Stumbled this page, hope you get lots of views.
Posted by Andy on
Ah, so great to find inspiration like this.
I'm heading there with my little tribe for six months early next year. Yipeee!
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