Make Your Way Through the Greek Islands by Ferry!

There is no doubt that Greece is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. “The Jewel of Mediterranean,” as it has been previously called, has the tenth longest coastline in the world at 14,880 km (9,246 mi) in length, featuring an enormous number of islands (approximately 1400, of which only 227 are inhabited). Millions of tourists visit Greece every year (mostly during the summer months) and leave the country with many wonderful memories that are hard to forget.
I am convinced that any traveler that has visited Greece will surely tell you about the natural beauty of the country and about its rich cultural background. Most travelers visit the Greek Islands because they combine all the assets mentioned above plus they have wonderful beaches where the traveler can enjoy swimming.
There are many ways that a traveler can access the islands. He can either go there by air (most major Greek Islands have airports) or by sea. Although the idea of traveling by plane can be rather tempting and comfortable, it can also be rather expensive. Moreover, another good idea is taking a cruise to the Greek islands – however it can also be rather expensive and does not give you the freedom to explore the islands by yourself.
In my opinion, the most enjoyable way to travel through Greek islands is by ferry. Traveling by ferry is most suitable for the kind of traveler that loves the sea and considers ferries as part of his holiday. These people are the lucky ones who can treat a long ferry journey as a fun thing to do, rather than a business traveler who just wants to get to his destination as quick as possible. The ferries in Greece are modern, fast and comfortable.
No matter in which way you decide to visit Greece and regardless of the time of the year Greece surely give you some unforgettable experiences…

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