Delos

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A windswept desert island, once the site of the Aegean's greatest ancient city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site: this is Delos, the home of Apollo, god of beauty and light. In ancient times, the island played a leading commercial and religious role: the whole of the Greek world came through here. As well as the Temple of Apollo, be sure to see the Terrace of the Lions and the theatre district (2C BC), its houses with mosaics in lively colours. The island is easily reached year round... but has no accommodation.

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Isle of Dílos: Mount Kynthos
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Theatre District, Delos
Theatre District, Delos
Head to Delos' Theatre district to see
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Delos Museum
Delos Museum
The Archaeological Museum of Delos
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Sanctuary of Apollo, Delos
Sanctuary of Apollo, Delos
After the paved open space - the Agora
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Terrace of the Lions
Terrace of the Lions
Looking towards the Sacred Lake, the
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Isle of Dílos: Mount Kynthos
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Mikonos
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View of Mykonos Town
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The Boni windmill (now restored and
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