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Its small size may be deceiving, but the Greek island of Alonnisos, in the Sporades archipelago, hides an important marine national park and a rocky landscape dotted with coves that rival those of Santorini, albeit with an extra dose of tranquility.
Along the southeastern coast of the island, you will find a variety of beaches to suit all tastes. Whether you are seeking landscapes of golden sandy and colorful pebbled beaches or yellowish rocks and reddish cliffs, this is the ideal place for you. Most of the beaches here are hidden or well-protected in bays, surrounded by pine or olive trees.
In the main port of this 64-square-kilometer island stands the Hotel Levantes, a family hotel in an unbeatable location where time stands still by the blue of the Aegean Sea.