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Thasos

Thassos
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Thasos the emerald isle. The poet Archilochos, who came from Paros with his countrymen to try and gain an insight into Thasos, wrote about the island: “And then we saw the island: Motionless like the back of a donkey with a coniferous coat”. This was his way of praising the dense forestation of the island. Today, 3/5 of its surface is covered in forest. Firs, pines which reach the shore, oak trees, cedars, plane trees, chestnut trees, walnut trees, almond trees, arbutus and >>>

Samothraki

Samothrace
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Samothraki, island of the Great Gods

The name Samothraki derives from the prohellenic word ‘samos’, meaning altitude and ‘Thrace’ and translates as High Thraki.

Samothraki is a place of exceptional natural beauty with wild un-spoilt nature, hidden rocky slopes, rich flora and fauna, plane forests, which often reach the shore, pine trees, chestnut trees, cedars and Mediterranean bushes, an abundance of running water, cataracts, ponds – known >>>
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