TRAVELING / Greece / Koufonisia
Geographically located south of Naxos, in the centre of the Cyclades, Koufonisia is actually a group of two islands, Ano and Kato Koufonisi.

Only Ano Koufonisi is inhabited and has a main port village where all studios, taverns and shops are found. All beaches in Koufonisia have exotic water and some are used by naturists, like Pori and Fanos. In general, holidays in Koufonisia are amazingly quiet, away from crowds. 

Koufonisia island is part of the cluster of islands called the Small Cyclades. The islands of Koufonisia are nestled between the islands of Naxos and Amorgos. The wonderful nature owill take your breath away. Take boat rides on lazy afternoons or opt for a day of bar hopping packed with music and delve into the hospitable and delightful charm of the people of Koufonisia.

This islands promise sun and sand, rest and relaxation away from the noise of daily life. On Koufonisia, you won't even realise how time passes by and day turns into night but not before giving you a breathtaking glimpse of the sun setting into the sea. After dusk, it's time for evening lights and an invitation to join the celebration.

The locals celebrate life everyday and you would find it difficult to stay away from this whirlpool of excitement. Here we will take you on a virtual tour of Koufonisia and you can get an insight of the spirit that makes these people who they are. Watch out for the natural splendour and charm that Koufonissa have to offer. Untouched beauty, as it is sometimes referred to.

Koufonisia are replete with greenery and the myriad colours of nature showcased even in the basic vegetation. 

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