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Palon Marina, Nisyros Island, Greece

Palon Marina is a large harbour situated in the city of Pelion, on the Island of Nisyros. Explore the Greek culture in Agion Taksiarchon Church or the Zagoras Museum. These fine establishments will give you the chance to admire the outstanding architecture and fine art. If you enjoy the outdoors, then you’ll love the surrounding beaches. Parisaina Beach enchants tourists with white sanded shores, cobalt blue waters and luxuriant vegetation. Greek cuisine is astonishing and is based on seafood dishes that can be tested in these quality restaurants: Tavern-Grill Restaurant I Synantisi, Art Café, Aeriko and Dryadon Gefsis Restaurant. The Montis Ordo is a great area for hikers and offers sublime views of the city and one of the highest peaks in Greece. Relax and take a walk through the dense forests and admire the beautiful flora of this magnificent country. The meadows are the perfect area for a picnic with your loved ones. Choose Palon marina as your destination and you won’t regret it.

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Attractions in Nisyros Island

Nisyros (Greek: Νίσυρος) is a volcanic Greek island situated between the islands of Kos and Tilos with an approximately round shape. Nisyros is one of the most beautiful Aegean islands, still untouched by the tourism growth.

This charming island offers a perfect spot for tranquility and seclusion. It can be reached by ferry from Piraeus, Kos and Rhodes. Nisyros island is generally celebrated for its still dynamic spring of gushing lava that is found in the core of the island, the youngest volcano in Greece. Mandraki and Nikia are the most scenic towns in Nisyros Greece, with enchanting local architecture and extraordinary perspectives.

As per Greek mythology, the island was established when Poseidon cut off a piece of Kos and tossed it onto the giant Polybotes to prevent him from fleeing, as such the ancient name of the Nisyros island was Porphyris. Archaic walls, dating from the fifth century BC, part of the acro... more info