Planning a Greek Island holiday?

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If you want stacks of information about the Greek Islands — the Aegean islands, the Dodecanese, Cyclades, Ionian islands, the Saronic or the Sporades, it's an amazing fact that one of the leading experts is based in Audlem. We have added Mike Mason's suberb website www.greekislands.co.uk to our 'Links'. The site is pretty well at the top of Google's list and has huge numbers of people clicking on to it. On it you will find maps, honest reviews including the good and the bad about each individual island, detailed reports from visitors, links to other sites and information on flights, tour operators — in fact everything you need to plan a Greek Island holiday. Have a look at Mike's site via Links above and start to imagine the warmth, beautiful scenery, friendly people, a glass or two of wine and a relaxing meal in a waterside taverna — all after a hard day on the beach!

 

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