is one of the most picturesque islands of Cyclades. The coastline
of this predominantly mountainous island with its countless chapels,
its olive trees, its vineyards and its limpid air, is adorned with
small, attractive coves. Tradition claims that this is the island
where the tomb of the poet Homer lies. Beautiful beaches are not
unusual on this island.
The amazing beach of Plakoto and of cource Psathi, an extensive beach with beep blue water and white sand, one of the finest breeding places for the sea-turtle. Also the pebbly beach of Kalamos and the beaches of Managari, fou of the most beautiful beaches in the Aegen Sea, wait for the visitor to enjoy their peaceful nature.