Greece leads ranking of "Best islands of Europe" according to Travel and Leisure magazine
Greece leads the category of "The best islands of Europe" according to the American Travel and Leisure magazine. Readers of the publication have recognized Milos as the best European island in 2019 (Best Island of Europe in 2019), TASS reports.
In the top 15 of Europe, Travel and Leisure readers included three more Greek islands - Crete (second place), Paros (fourth) and Santorini (fifth). The Greek islands are included by Travel and Leisure readers in the list of the most popular and in another - “Best Islands in the World” nomination as well. Milos ranks fourth, Crete - seventh, Paros - 11th and Santorini is the 14th in the list.
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