This Cycladic island 125 mi/200 km southeast of Athens is the place to go if you want a wild time in Greece. There are plenty of all-night bars and dance clubs to attract a young (ages 18-25) crowd. You won't be bothered by obligatory tours of cultural sites—there are none.
The island has 365 churches, one for every day of the year, as locals say. You will also find the tomb of Homer there, as the poet is said to have died on the island. During the summer, daily boat service operates from nearby islands and Piraeus.
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