UK newspaper The Telegraph includes Koufonissia, in the Greek islands, among the best unsung beach holiday resorts in Europe.
“…it is only over the last decade that Koufonissi has become a popular escape with Athenians in search of an unpretentious and inexpensive summer holiday. It’s much loved by yachters too, who moor up their sailing boats along the seafront, to unwind after visiting the noisier and glitzier islands of Santorini and Mykonos.” – The Telegraph
According to journalist Jane Foster, what makes Koufonissia so special is its “sand, sea and sun that recalls the long-forgotten Greece of the 1960s.”
In the article, the journalist focuses on Pori beach, on the south coast of Ano Koufonissi with views across the Aegean Sea to the islet of Keros.
“The lovely long beach of Pori, where the sand is satin white and the sea a dazzling turquoise,” Ms. Fostewr notes.
The article also includes information on accommodation and eating out on Koufonissia.
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