The Greek Islands


Delos was the most important sanctuary in Ancient Greece, and, according to mythology, the birth-place of Apollo and Artemis. In the 7th century B.C. Delos was known as the birth-place of Apollo.
Athenian influence was initiated by Peisistratos in 540 B.C. references are preserved by travellers who visited the island in the last centuries. Numerous pieces of sculpture were transferred to Museums of Greece and abroad.

Worth visiting
- The Temple of the Delians.
- The Minoan Fountain.
- Terrace of the Lions.
- The Theatre.
- Temple of Isis .
- The Temple of Hera .
- The "House of Dionysos ".

How to arrive
- From Mykonos by boat duration 30 minutes.

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