Gökçeada attractions

Village in Gökçeada


Great for an island stay, this Greek village surrounded by scree-covered hills offers spectacular views over the countryside. Its stone houses once deserted and falling into disrepair, the village is benefitting fro…
Village in Gökçeada


Zeytinli is surrounded by green-grey scree-covered hills, with spectacular views over the countryside. It's an idyllic base for an island stay. Once in disrepair, the village is revitalising; in 2013 the Aya Todori …
Village in Gökçeada


Perched on the hillside above the harbour at Kaleköy is 'High Kaleköy' (formerly Kastro), a pretty village built around a ruined Genoese fortress. Overlooking the Aegean island of Samothrace (Samothraki), most of it…
Farm in Gökçeada


Elta-Ada is an organic farm that produces olive oil, dairy products (soft white cheeses, yoghurt and butter) and assorted fruits and vegetables. You can find its products in Merkez in stores and in its summer-only k…
Village in Gökçeada

Eski Bademli

Hilltop Greek village Eski Bademli (Old Bademli) looks down on rather ugly Yeni Bademli (New Bademli) and over the valley to the Aegean. The village has cobbled lanes, old stone houses and plenty of almond trees (ba…
Village in Gökçeada


The stone houses in this Greek hilltop village overlooking the valley are mainly deserted and falling into disrepair, making it reminiscent of a ghost town.