Ikaria

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IKARIA

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Ikaria, home of the homonymous dance, is an island with a prodigious cultural identity and history. Fairly well known for its’ music, spectacular celebrations and several cultural events, Ikaria is an island that want cease intriguing and winning any visitor over.

It is one of the larger islands in the eastern area of the Aegean; its landscape alternates between dry, rocky, infertile sections and heavily vegetated ones, while there is rich geological variation making all areas rather interesting.

Agios Kirikos is the capital, next to the island’s main port. Evdilos, the secondary port used to be the island’s capital.

Passenger routes connect Ikaria to Piraeus and Kavala as well as Syros, Lesvos, Limnos, Chios and Samos.