Holidays on a unique island of Cyclades and Greece
Andros Island in Greece stands out for the abundant waters, the tall trees and its many beautiful beaches. It is the northernmost in the island’s complex of the Cyclades, the second-largest island after Naxos. It has an area of 380 sq. Km. Andros Island lies six nautical miles from Evia and less than a nautical mile from Tinos. The island is about 40 km long and has a width of 17 km. It is approximately 36 nautical miles from Rafina with which the sea connects it. Andros has a coastline with a total length of about 176 kilometres. According to the poet Andreas Embirikos, “the island… is the queen of the Aegean … the most beautiful of all the world”.