Greek Island Holidays began life after my first visit to the Greek Islands more than 20 years ago. After falling in love with the islands I simply wanted to spread the word about this wonderful holiday destination. I have visit the Greek Islands every year, sometimes several times a year, with a notebook and camera packed in my rucksack. When once I travelled with established package tour companies I now just fly out on spec and travel where I choose and stay where I choose. Just keeping the islands information up-to-date takes a lot of work and I'm most grateful for contacts who let me know what is happening on the islands. I hope you find these reports on Greek Island beach holidays helpful and hope you enjoy your Greek Islands holidays just half as much as I do.
I'm often asked for holiday advice on islands and resorts. While I try to help, I find personal tastes can vary widely so please, don't send queries such as: 'I'm looking for the ideal Greek island - which one do you suggest?" I simply can't answer questions like these.
I'm very pleased to receive any information on Greek island resorts. I try to visit the islands as often as I can but I can't visit them all as often as I would like. Information gets out of date very quickly so, if you have any recent information that may be of use to readers or spot any errors or omissions on the site please email me at Greek Island Postcards.
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I'm happy consider linking to other travel sites although I do not engage in reciprocal linking for the sake of it. New sites often need to boost their ranking in search engines and I'm happy to help with a link if the site is useful and relevant to my visitors, but there are a few dos and don'ts.
I usually only link to travel related sites and prefer to Greek or Greek Island related sites.
I don't link to 'link farms' or sites stuffed with hundreds of links.
I prefer to link to pages that contain good content, not to pages that only contain links.
I'm not interested in directories or three-way links.
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