The Northern Aegean Islands Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Northern Aegean Islands - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Chios 23

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Chios Town 14

Mesta 3

Nea Moni 1

Pirgi 4

Volissos 1

Lesvos 18

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Agiassos 1

Mandamados 1

Molyvos 2

Moria 1

Mytilini 7

Sigri 2

Skala Eressou 3

Skalohori 1

Samos 11

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Ireo 1

Pythagorio 5

Samos Town 5

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Old Quarter

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The Old Quarter is inside the Kastro (castle) fortifications, built in the 10th century by the Byzantines and enlarged in the 14th...

Panayia Spiliani Church

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Enter this spacious cave and descend sharply downward to the tiny church of Panayia Spiliani (Virgin of the Grotto). Half-church, half-cavern...

Panayia Vrefokratousa

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The church of Panayia Vrefokratousa was founded in the 12th century to house an icon of the Virgin Mary, believed to be the work of St.

Petrified Forest

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A much-touted petrified forest consists of conifer trees fossilized by volcanic ash up to 20 million years ago. If you expect a thick...

Philip Argenti Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This historic and folkloric collection sits on the second floor above the Korais Library, Greece's third largest. The museum displays...

Psili Ammos

  • Beach–Sight

One of the island's more popular beaches is Psili Ammos—a pristine, sandy beach protected from the wind by cliffs. There are two tavernas...

Roman aqueduct

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Moria's Roman aqueduct dates back to the 2nd century, and all that remain are these 17 arches. Constructed from grey Lesviot marble,...

Skala Eressou Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Especially popular is the 4-km-long (2½-mile-long) town beach at Skala Eresou, where the wide stretch of dark sand is lined with tamarisk...

Taxiarchis Michail

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The black icon of Archangel Michael is in the 17th-century monastery dedicated to the island's patron saint, Taxiarchis Michail. The...

To Efpalinio Hydragogeio

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Considered by Herodotus as the world's Eighth Wonder, this famed underground aqueduct, the To Efpalinio Hydragogeio (or Efpalinio tunnel),...

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