is a cycladic island of the Aegean Sea. Located east of Santorini
and together they are the most Southeastern islands of Cyclades. At the eastern end of the island is dominated by the rock, a monolith with highest peak the “Calamos”.
The rock is considered as the second largest monolith in the Mediterranean after Gibraltar. It is the most impressive natural attraction of the island and a challenge for climbers.
Typical cycladic architecture with its own data, a few small scenic beaches and unique unspoiled landscapes combined with island hospitality offered the island will make you love the Anafi.