The most beautiful Mediterranean islands


The birthplace of Aphrodite is now in the EU. Subsidiaries of the Greek and Turkish forces, the Greek are more developed for tourism. Besides the wonderful beaches, it attracts tourists because of the turbulent nightlife like the town of Aiya Napa. Another good feature, close to Bulgaria and the tour operators offer very good value holidays at any time of year.

Corfu, Greece

Corfu is an island with 2 million olive trees and quiet white beaches, and here the night life continues until the next morning. Besides beautiful scenery, you can see the Venetian castles. Corfu was under Venetian control between the 15th and 18th century, it has become evident from the architecture and atmosphere.

Crete, Greece

It is the largest Greek island and the fifth largest in the Mediterranean Sea, located in the southern part of Greece. Most popular tourist destinations are Knossos, Festos, Gortis and the Venetian castle in Rethymno.

Crete is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Greece. 15% of all foreigners arriving in Heraklion Greece come in through the port and airport on 20 percent of all charter flights to our southern neighbor. In 2007 Crete was visited by over 2 million tourists.

Santorini, Greece

These are a small group of islands of volcanic origin in the Aegean Sea. Fira is the main city and the widest beaches are Perissa and Kamari. Most famous are the White beach, Black beach and Red Beach. One of the most impressive attractions is watching the sunset in Fira end. The lowest temperature it has been was 12 degrees in January and March.

Mykonos, Greece

This is the island for parties and DJ’s. The beaches here are just extras. Symbols of the island are pelican Pedro and windmills. In the summer cars entering the main city is prohibited, except those who have a pass, but this is difficult to pull and costly. There are a lot of companies that provide bungee and mopeds for rent. Traveling by car during the summer is difficult, precisely because they fly everywhere with these mopeds including careless teenagers, who very much do not comply with other road users.

Ibiza, Spain

The world party capital. Here is also the biggest club in the world - Privilege. Other well known nightclubs are Es Paradís (famous for water parties), Amnesia (foam parties), Space, Pacha, Eden, and DC10.

Sicily, Italy

Sicily is the largest island in the Mediterranean and is known for its culture and cuisine and is covered with orange and lemon orchards. It is recommended to visit the Etna volcano, where you can even smell the sulfur. Sicilians love to arrange carnivals, dancing in the streets with local specialties on the square, street theater and fireworks. The population of Sicily is about 5 million, slightly less than ours.

Mallorca, Spain

Here we can combine mountains and beaches. This is the home of tennis players Rafael Nadal and Carlos Moya. Among the celebrities who have bought houses here are Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones, Michael Schumacher, Claudia Schiffer, Boris Becker and others.

Only in Mallorca 2,400 restaurants were recorded in 2005. The food is very good, but almost all contains olives and almonds.


This is a country with the least population in Europe (just over 400,000 people). One quarter of the country's GDP comes from tourism. The warm Mediterranean climate makes Malta an attractive tourist target for many Europeans, year round.