Anafi is the most southern island of Cyclades, a few miles south of Santorini. If you are seeking genuine, unspoilt Greek island life, Anafi is the one! Sail directly east from Santorini for about 90 minutes and you will hit this pumice blanketed, majestic former berth of the legendary Argonauts.
Being one of the least accessible islands of the Cyclades, Anafi does not offer hotel accommodation, excursions by motorcoach or clubs. Instead, one can experience the delights of Saint Nikolaos, the small, cliff-backed port of arrival with its couple of tavernas and caf? and the truly unspoilt hilltop Chora, just a short bus ride (4 km) from Saint Nikolaos.
With only a few tavernas, bakery, small shops and post office, your weekly visit to the out of town hypermarket at home will become a distant memory as you stroll the narrow alleys of Chora in Anafi. If you prefer not to travel by bus, a 1.5 km donkey track is still used by enthusiastic walkers.
The string of beaches that run the length of the south coast of Anafi are nothing short of impressive.
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