Fourni

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FOURNI

Fourni is a cluster of islands and islets in the eastern Aegean Sea, lying between Ikaria and Samos.

The central island, in terms of population and not location, is also called Fourni, while Thymaina is the only other island that is inhabited. Fourni is a great destination for nature lovers. The setting is a bit rough and untouched while the great number of natural ports pretty much argues why the complex was preferred by pirates for shelter.

Locals are mostly fishermen so be prepared to taste some of the most delishious and freshest fish in the island’s little taverns.

If you’re looking for a destination where you can relax and enjoy yourselves and your vacation Fourni would be a great option to consider.

Fourni are connected to Piraeus, Samos and Ikaria. Frequent itineraries connect them to Patmos, Kos, Kalymnos and Leros.