Iraklia Architecture

Iraklia architecture
About the architecture of Iraklia, Greece

Iraklia is known as one of the smallest Greek islands. It belongs to the group of Eastern Cyclades and has a true traditional character and natural ambience that has been preserved throughout the ages. The architecture of Iraklia has many similarities to the Cycladic architecture of other islands.

Both settlements of Iraklia island, Agios Georgios and Panagia, are built according to the traditional style, with labyrinth streets, small whitewashed houses and preserved churches with blue round domes.

More or less, Iraklia has the common Cycladic architecture like the rest of the neighbouring islands, surrounded by the beautiful landscape. Houses are mostly made of stone and wood and distinguish for their true character as they spread out in the villages and the countryside.

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Merichas cliffs
Agios Georgios, the port, with a very lovely beach and turquoise water
Old fishing boat renovated by pupils from local school. Now it's exposed in the port as a memento.
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Panoramic view to Livadi Beach from Kastro