See Top Drone Videos of the Aegean Islands

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Milos Island, Greece abandoned sulphur mine dronie

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Top contributor wrenee has a well earned reputation as the Queen of the Dronie.  Her AirVuz video portfolio consists of dozens of epic drone selfies shot from exotic places all over the world.  In this video wrenee and her drone, Furbie, collaborated to shoot a spectacular dronie on the Greek island of Milos outside of an abandoned sulphur mine.  Part of the Cyclades group of islands, Milos is situated just north of Crete in the Aegean Sea.

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Santorini is a small crescent-shaped Greek island in the Aegean Sea.   It is known for its crisp, white buildings and blue roofs, jutting out from the cliffside towards the azure sea. Top contributor Lucaspinhel, who has over 200k followers on Instagram, uses those blues and whites to his advantage, creating pops of orange, yellow, and red with the beautiful dresses his models wear in this unique drone video.

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Skopelos (Mamma Mia!) - Alonissos - Skiathos - 4K drone ( Greece travel )


Contributor Patassini_ale used a DJI Mavic Drone to create this beauiful video of Greece's Sporades Islands in the Aegean Sea.  The video includes footage of three of the four inhabited Sporades: Skopelos, Alonissos, and Skiathos.  Skopelos is the most well known of these islands, in part because it was the shooting location of the 2008 blockbuster film Momma Mia, which was based on a Broadway show of the same name and starred Merryl Streep.

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Explore Samos from above | DJI Mavic pro


Samos is an island of Greece lying in the eastern end of the Aegean Sea.  It features a mix of quaint seaside towns, amazing beaches, and numerous historical sites especially in the mountains situated in  the interior of the island.  Ride along with contributor Beemflights, who uses a drone to give us an amazing aerial tour of this Mediterranean paradise, which is actually much closer to mainland Turkey than to the Greek mainland.

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Sifnos, Greece

Icarus Aerial Filming

Icarus Aerial Filming, one of the top commercial drone piloting companies in Greece, created this spectacular aerial video of the island of Sifnos.  Sifnos is part of the Cyclades group of islands in the Aegean Sea, which includes Mykonos, Milos, Naxos, and other well known Greek islands.  The stunningly beautiful island is about 15 km (about 9 mi.) long at its widest point, and it has a permanent population of about 3,000.   It is known in part for its summertime religious festivals.  

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Naxos Island, Cyclades, Greece

Island Videography

Contributor and drone pilot Island Videography created this stunning aerial video of the Greek island Naxos.  Naxos is the largest of the Cyclades, a group of over 200 islands in the Aegean Sea, north of Crete.  The island is situated roughly halfway between the Turkish and Greek mainlands.  It is one of the most popular beach destinations in the Aegean Sea, and when you see the bird's eye views of this paradise you will understand why! 

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Hello Rhodos island

Ivan Dovala

For an aerial tour of the Greek island of Rhodes, it's tough to beat this video by contributor and drone pilot Ivan Dovala.  Rhodes is one of the outermost Greek islands.  It's the largest of the Dodecanese, a group of 150 islands at the southeastern reaches of Greek territory.  The video features footage of Lindos, Filerimos, Rhodos city, Monolithos, Kritinia castle, Waterpark.Pheraklos castle, Fourni beach, Ladiko beach, Tsampika beach, Antohny Queen beach, and more.  

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Amorgos Island - Greece

Island Videography

Amorgos is one of the 20 or so major islands of the Cyclades, a group of about 220 Greek islands in the Aegean Sea.  It is less well known than some of the other islands in the group such as Santorini and Naxos.  Amorgos is a comparatively long, narrow island that is the easternmost of the major Cyclades.  In this video, contributor Island Videography treats us to a beautiful bird's eye view of this Aegean gem, which has a permanent population of about 2,000 people.  

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CRETE by Drone!


Crete is the largest of the Greek Islands, the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, and one of the 100 largest islands in the world.  The island is home to numerous ancient ruins and stunning white sand beaches.  Contributor Mitch Pappas used his drone to create this brief but altogether memorable aerial tour of the island which has been occupied for several millenia, and which serves as the southernmost boundary of the country's Aegean island region.  

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Travel to Skiathos


The infamous Papadiamanta Street can be seen from the ground and from above in this edit by Nelstill. But, that's not all, the drone pilot and traveler also shows us the beautiful beaches and historic villas of Skiathos, Greece. The hyperlapses of sunrise and sunset can't be beat in this video of the island in the Aegean Sea. Known for its nightlife, many of its clubs spill out onto the streets along the water, making it a perfect getaway for those looking for a good time!

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Kefalos Windsurfing


The Greek Aegean Islands and Turkey's western coast have ideal conditions for this challenging sport, and some of the world's best windsurfers hail from these waters.  In this video, WulcanStudio uses a drone to capture the windsurfing scene near Kefalos, on the Greek island of Kos.  Kos is one of the Dodecanese archipelago which form the outermost of the country's Aegean Sea islands; it's actually much closer to mainland Turkey than to mainland Greece.  

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Ancient Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Island, Greece

Contributor and drone pilot georgelek1966 used a drone to give us this bird's eye view of an ancient temple on the Greek island of Aegina.  The temple of Aphaia was built in the fifth century BC on this island, which is one of the Saronic Islands in the Saronic Gulf, which is part of the Aegean Sea.  Aphaia was a Greek goddess, worshipped exclusively at this site, who was thought to be important to fertility as well as to the crop growing cycle.  


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Skiathos & Skopelos

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Lindos - Rhodes 4k

Ian Appleton