Andros: The Secret Island Getaway on Athens’ Doorstep

ATHENS — Accolades for the island of Andros keep coming in the major international media, which continue to sing its praises. The Sunday Times has named Andros the top tourist destination for uncrowded vacations https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/plan-now-go-later-25-secret-islands-in-europe-mlcq9p56l?fbclid=IwAR07y26ne5mZqgEwecx9OoR9WI0_dnzjlHjmxBWA8drcaU1_HNc9YNhE3IU, and the Daily Telegraph urged the travellers to seek the most quiet places in Greece and included Andros in the most magical destinations in Greece for 2020. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/destinations/europe/greece/articles/dream-trips-quieter-greece/.

The municipality of Andros has adopted an original way to promote the island with pictures and experiences displayed in the Athens metro. The campaign will last two weeks and pictures from the island will decorate 17 metro stations under the slogan "Far away, and yet so near!".

"The quality, the proximity to Athens, the safety and the hospitality are the ingredients that make the island of Andros ideal for excursions to friends of quality tourism, to share with us a special experience this year" stated deputy mayor of Andros Nikos Moustakas.


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