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Greek island maps: finding the most beautiful spot in the world

Posted by mappery on April 29, 2008

Kefalonia

I’ve heard people argue that somewhere in the 1400 islands of Greece lies the most beautiful spot in the world. You’ll need your own private yacht and 20 years of free time to find that spot, but I’m sure that’s not a big deal for most of you. For everyone else, you can explore at least a few of these islands by surfing through mappery. Many, many islands still remain uncharted… high quality maps appear to be few and far between. If your favorite island lacks a map, please add one. A map of each of the 78 islands that have more than 100 inhabitants would be a great start. Bonus points to anyone who adds at least 500 islands. Or just a good one of Santorini.

photo from kefaloniatravel.com

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5 Responses to “Greek island maps: finding the most beautiful spot in the world”

  1. bklein said

    That beach looks incredible, a perfect half-moon! I thought Brazil has the best beaches in the world, but may have to withhold judgment.

    Does having 1,400 islands mean Greece is more “unstable” from like an earth science-perspective? Volcanic activity, fault lines, etc.

  2. mahlet wolde said

    THIS IS ONE OF THE PLACES I WANA VISIT IN MY LIFE.THIS IS
    VERY BEAUTIFUL PLACE.

  3. Sebastian said

    Hi,

    Where exactly was this picture taken? Thanks.

    Sebastian

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  5. Harry Sulley said

    I just love Santorini… I visited there on a cruise some years back and decided to go back in September and stay on the Island for a couple of weeks. Any assistance or knowledge would be appreciated. Where do I obtain maps of Santorini and nearby Islands?

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