AnoMeria: This picturesque rural settlement of the 19th century is dominated by houses (themonies), small agricultural and animal breeding units. These are scattered around, co-existing with new residencies and tourist lodgings. Also worth seeing is the Folk Museum of the village.
Chrysospillia (Golden Cave): Set on a steep high rock, it features stalactites, stalagmites and numerous male names of ancient teenage Greeks carved on the walls (believed to be personal signatures in coming of age ceremonies).
This small island in Cyclades is full of pebbly beaches covered with tamarisk trees. The scenic harbour of Karavostássis with its beautiful beach is the perfect starting point for an exploration of the glorious beaches of Hohlídia, Vitzétzo, Latináki, Pountáki and Livádi, a village with a sandy beach, turquoise waters and a camping site.
Those of you, who don't feel like walking, can take a caique from Karavostássis to Kátergo, the most beautiful beach on the island, with thin pebbles and crystal-clear waters. Sheer cliff drops and azure waters embrace Agali beach to the west of the island. A trail from here will take you to the clothing-optional beach of Ayios Nikólaos, where a small taverna with delicious food and a marvelous view awaits you. In the northeastern part of the island lie the beaches of Voriná, with green stones peculiar-to-Folégandros, AyiosGeórgios and Serfiótiko, accessible only by cacique or on foot.
Folegandrosis a favourite place for sea sports aficionados, such as windsurfing and snorkelling, and every August the Nautical Club of Folegandros holds swimming races and regattas in Karavostassi and Agkali.
Sample Greece (Mykonos) Itinerary:Mykonos