Fournoi Korseon or Fournoi Ikarias, more commonly simply Fournoi, is a complex or archipelago of small Greek islands that lie between Ikaria, Samos and Patmos in Ikaria regional unit, North Aegean region.
This insular complex comprises twenty small islands, Fournous, Thymena (that occupies the western part of the complex) and many surrounding rocky islets that add magic to an already unique landscape. The most famous rocky islets are Agios Minas, Alatonisi, Mikros and Megalos Anthropofas, Thymenaki, Kisiria, Makronisi, Petrokaravo, Plakaki and Strogilo.
Fourni complex is scattered across countless bays, coves and fjords with blue waters, creating a magic world, ideal anchorage for ships and yachts. It is no surprise that this complex was chosen in ancient times by pirates to be their anchor point. The islands’ perimeter reaches 120 km and shows us that these small islands have a beauty of their own, with impressive beaches, numerous small or big coves, picturesque bays and fjords, offering anchorage to local boats or visitors and countless caves across their coastline that captivate visitors at first sight.
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