Folegandros has similarly dramatic cliffs and hillsides to the magnificent volcanic landscape of Santorini, and is far less visited.
What to do The main town, another Hora, perches on the cliffs, and wandering around its pedestrianised centre from square to square beneath the bougainvillea is what Greek dreams are made of.
Where to stay Everything about the chic Anemi Hotel (from €153) is blindingly white, from the walls to the decor. But it is also surprisingly family friendly, with babysitting, a playground and even a kids’ cinema. The adults will be kept happy by one of the best bar/restaurants on the island.
Where to eat Some dishes at Blue Cuisine sound a little over the top (deconstructed Greek salad with “feta sushi”?), but the local ingredients, including cheeses and cured meat from the surrounding islands, are superb.
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