Lihadonisia – Seychelles – Greece

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Lihadonisia – Seychelles – Greece

A cluster of small islands that emerged after an earthquake thousands of years ago. The oldest inhabited years, but today is uninhabited and are protected ecological areas. The islands are an excellent destination for day excursions and explorations. The larger islands are the Round and Magnolias. A little smaller is the small round, Steno and Vaya. One of the islands all the necessities are offered. In another the remains of an ancient settlement were found, while on a third there is a church where weddings and baptism ceremonies are still held. For some years a cute family of seals have chosen the island as a permanent resident. Particularly likeable and friendly, these creatures strike a pose for visitors who wish to photograph them.

Also, daily routes from the Port of St. George in North Evia are available.