Tiny, remote, arid, and hardly touched by tourism, Anáphi is an island of surprises, with unblemished beaches and a richness of ancient remains, including the well-preserved site of a sanctuary to Apollo.
This chapter gives all the prize-winning maps, site plans and diagrams from Blue Guide Greece the Aegean Islands, but no photographs. It contains a wealth of detail on all aspects of this popular destination: early history and archaeology, art and architecture, historic monuments, and present-day concerns such as where to eat, which beaches to visit, and how to get around.
Blue Guide Greece the Aegean Islands is the result of fresh research by author Nigel McGilchrist, and detailed editing by Michael Metcalfe and Heinrich Hall.
Nigel McGilchrist is an art historian with a long-standing interest in the Mediterranean region. Having previously lived in Greece, he is now based in Italy. Michael Metcalfe, a Sicily-based ancient historian, and Heinrich Hall, an archaeologist based in Athens, both act as expert guides on Peter Sommer Travels’ small group tours to Greece, Turkey and the Classical World.