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Andros, Greece

Some of the Croatian islands have attained a cool, chic status that Mljet will never get to. Brac and

Korcula have been hip for quite some time now. But Mljet stays in the shadows, visited by a few people on the ferry from Dubrovnik. It stays under the radar largely because it doesn't have an obvious must-see attraction. It's just a few villages, a couple of pretty churches, some blissful forest walking trails, and a lake in the middle where the moochers can cool off. It's pretty much the dictionary definition of idyllic. See mljet.hr.Read more: http://www.traveller.com.au/the-10-most-underrated- Even the better known Greek Island chains have islands that don't get the attention they deserve. The Cyclades are an easy ferry hop from Athens, and the party crowds head to Mykonos and Ios, while Santorini pulls in the more romantically inclined. But then there's Andros, second largest of the Cyclades and one of the closest to Athens. It is riven with valleys and ancient footpaths, making it prime territory for walkers. The main town, Hora, is full of handsome ship-owners' mansions, but the charm comes from camping among the olive trees. See Andros.gr. Read more: http://www.traveller.com.au/the-10-most-underrated-european-islands-gs7fgr#ixzz4vHmLiBtZ Follow us: @TravellerAU on Twitter | TravellerAU on Facebook
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