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Have the best time from your holidays to Hydra

Posted by on Saturday, 28 July, 2012

The fabulous Greek island of Hydra (Υδρα) is probably the leading holiday destinations in the world today. In the 1950’s and 60’s, Hydra was discovered by artists, which explains why this destination has a good reputation for being an artist’s getaway.

One fantastic thing about the island is the fact that just about any motor vehicle is not allowed. If you need to be somewhere in Hydra, you might find yourself on the back of a donkey!

During spring, summer and fall months especially on weekends lots of Athenians are soaring into the island with their private speed boats and luxury boats.

Hydra’s little port village is a spectacular sight. It’s small harbor is ringed with cafes, places to eat and shops, and followed by a village of stone houses and villas, small squares that rise up the hills like an amphitheater.

This easy accessibility makes ease of the experience — no bus times to take care of, no vast city to understand on a map, simply a simple walk out of your hotel room to exactly where you want to be.

This perfect island will talk with all of your enchanting feelings. It will lull you in with the straightforward life and you will not want to budge out of your ringside seat to the surrounding natural beauty.

Hydra isn’t a real beach island location. Most of its beaches are smaller than average consist of pebbles or they are just rocks were you can go in the water. One of the very few beaches with sand and in all likelihood the best choice is the Mandraki beach just east of Hydra Town.

Hydra Town is the only town on the island; you’ll find most of the action is centred around the waterside area. In the summer months caiques ferry visitors to the islands seaside areas also water taxis will take and collect you, to numerous sites on the coast, including Agios Nikolaos and Bisti.

For more information about the beautiful Greek island of Hydra visit our website where you can find a complete guide to this charming Greek island.