“Life on the water: how to spend two weeks boating between the Cyclades”, is the title of the new extensive article of the respected British National Geographic, which was completed with the support of the GNTO Office in the UK, in the frame of the targeted promotion plan with the supporting informative material provided by the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades https://www.nationalgeographic.co.uk/travel/2020/08/life-on-the-water-how-to-spend-two-weeks-boating-between-the-cyclades .
This special article-guide of the popular website with millions of visitors, ranks Naxos and Small Cyclades as the top choice of tourists in the Cyclades and Greece for exploring, island-hopping and sailing. This 14-day guide has caused a sensation among British adventure lovers. In this article, the 5 islands are considered as a particularly safe destination with a variety of options, innumerable beaches and unique experiences away from mass tourist traps. The journey begins in Naxos, where the journalist visits the Castle, museums, endless beaches and unique villages. Then, Irakleia is in the spotlight with its wild natural beauty and refreshing activities. Schinoussa is next – this island is definitely the “paradise” for yachting fans. Koufonissia are the next place to be: full of exotic and picturesque images and unforgettable moments. The exciting 14-day journey ends with a hidden gem – the island of Donoussa is the ultimate destination to unwind.