Visit South Aegean

The South Aegean is a popular tourist destination in Greece, situated in the southeastern part of the country. The area is known for its stunning turquoise waters and picturesque beaches, making it an ideal spot to relax and enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine.

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the South Aegean is Lindos, an ancient city that dates back to the 4th century BC. Here you can explore ruins of old temples and monuments and soak up some of Greece's rich history. Further south lies Nafplion, a charming coastal town with cobblestone streets lined with shops and restaurants.

For those looking for something a bit more active, Milos Island offers scuba diving spots with crystal clear waters full of sea life. There's also plenty of hiking trails for exploring on land as well as spectacular views from its mountain peaks.

The South Aegean region was one of the original 12 cities-states created by King Minos during his rule between 2000-1450 BC; this was later expanded into what we now know as Crete during his reign from 1700-1450 BC.