There is an island for every taste – “the rich and famous” Mykonos and Santorini, the “stately” Andros and Syros, the “photogenic” Paros and Milos, the “low key” Tinos, Sifnos and Folegandros, “the wild” Serifos and so many more.
The mostly barren landscape is surrounded by crystal clear blue waters forming beaches, caves and hanging cliffs. Local delicacies and Cycladic cuisine include wild capers, a variety of cheeses, cured meet, fresh fish and indigenous wines. Folk architecture, festivals, ancient temples and warm hospitality, all make up the unique culture of the Cyclades. And all this under the blinding light of the Greek sun.