Every family knows it is those little moments and tiny gestures that matter most. A fit of the giggles that can’t stop, a playful splash, a brand new bucket and spade, a bike ride and picnic in luscious meadows, Dad shoring up a sandy citadel against invisible invaders, Mum winning yet another game of rackets … unbelievable!

As you paddle through rock pools and explore hidden coves together making imaginary treasure out of crabs, pebbles and shells, you’ll come to realize that right here are the real pearls to thread through a lifetime.

The Aegean islands can transform your children into swashbuckling adventurers; they offer safe, crystal clear bays where they can learn to swim for the first time and then never want to get out of the water; they forge memories as sturdy as your sandcastles and so cherished that time cannot easily wash them away. Here they know the importance of family, have just the right kind of welcome and all the facilities and activities; exactly what is needed for every member to have the best time possible.

Belong together on the Aegean islands.

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Glamorous, crowded, beautiful, is very impressive from the first moment with its two states, Ermoupoli and Ano Syros, built amphitheatrically on their hills. Vaporia with the imposing mansions which gaze at the sea, Agios Nikolaos, the renonwed Apollon theatre and the Town Hall with its square, San Tzortzis of Ano Syros, Fragosyriani of Markos Vamvakaris, the famous Syrian “loukoumia”, the countryside of the island, Della Grazia (Posidonia) –there are so many things that come to your mind as you wait for the ship to moor at the port. Syros exudes urban aura. It is located at the centre of the Cyclades and it is their financial, administrative, and cultural centre. Ermoupoli has long seized being just a wonderful vacation place.…

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Tinos is known all over Greece, as well as abroad, thanks to the rich pilgrimage of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. However, this island, with its extensive and rich history in the art of marble sculpture, possesses many unique features: its villages, real masterpieces of architecture, the …otherworldly landscape of Volax with the round granite formations, the suggestive rocky hill of Xombourgo with the ruins of the castle, 600 artfully crafted dovecotes, 750 churches and chapels, an excellent network of old paths that cross the whole island, and magnificent beaches. Typical of Tinos is the fact that its villages, with their marble-paved squares, springs, and well-kept houses with their yards full of flowers, are inhabited almost all year long…

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