The largest Greek islands lies approx. 100km southeast of Pelopones in the Aegean Sea and constitues the southernmost part of Europe. Crete is the fifth largest island in the Medierranian Sea. Its northern coast is washed by the Sea of Crete, on the south is Libyan Sea.

Kefalonia (or Cefalonia) island is the largest island in Ionian Sea and the sixth largest in Greece. In its immediate proximity lies the island of Ithanka where Odysseus was born. Kefalonia lived through its golden period during the Mycenaean era. In 1953 a very strong earthquake destroyed completely Argostoli, the island's capital.

The fourth largest Greek Island is a part of Dodecanese archipelago. It lies in the south part of Aegean Sea, just 10 km from the cost of Asia Minor. Its pleasant climate, beaches, historical and natural sights make it a great holiday destination.

Zakynthos is the third largest island in the Ionian Sea. It boasts rich history starting in the Neolithic Age, with extensive ancient Greek history and Venetian, Neapolitan Turkish and French rulers. It is a popular holiday destination.