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ellinasgolfer0320

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I'll be going there to visit an aunt in about 2 weeks. Great island!
 
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Hash

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I'll be going there to visit an aunt in about 2 weeks. Great island!
I have friends who live there and I always loved visiting it as I lived in Mykonou,a totally different feeling and nice people.... Love Platia Miouli and Ano Syros.....and all beaches....my favourite is Azolimnos and Vari❤️🇬🇷..... Enjoy your time!....I used to love sitting at the port area too!
 

Jerry s

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Beautiful island and they have the best loukoumia as well. Apollo theatre is a must see.
 

tomipark

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The Venetian architecture is beautiful! I'm not sure if its my favourite but definitely up there
 
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Patisqua

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Kastellorizo is the BEST Greek island. 3 hour ferry ride from Rhodos. Only Kazzies seem to know about Kastellorizo. Tourists are mainly Australians from Perth. Weddings most Saturday and Sunday nights. A real "blue lagoon" - make sure you go with Antoni. Kas (Turkey) an hour journey away. Museum outlining the Kazzie history. Island of Ro - Lady of Ro raised the Greek flag every day for 60 years. Paspaley pearl museum. And lots of cafes and restaurants. The φορνο has a large selection of typically Kazzie sweets along with the best bread in Greece. Perfect place for chilling out.
 

dubai_suzie

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Kastellorizo is the BEST Greek island. 3 hour ferry ride from Rhodos. Only Kazzies seem to know about Kastellorizo. Tourists are mainly Australians from Perth. Weddings most Saturday and Sunday nights. A real "blue lagoon" - make sure you go with Antoni. Kas (Turkey) an hour journey away. Museum outlining the Kazzie history. Island of Ro - Lady of Ro raised the Greek flag every day for 60 years. Paspaley pearl museum. And lots of cafes and restaurants. The φορνο has a large selection of typically Kazzie sweets along with the best bread in Greece. Perfect place for chilling out.
I guess that's why I've never heard of this island, wow it sounds amazing. I would love to visit one day thanks for sharing
 
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