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Legendary Mykonos

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Mykonos Greece From Drone Perspective 🇬🇷 DJI Mavic 2 pro

Boyanoo

Top contributor Boyanoo brings us this outstanding drone video of the fabled Greek island of Mykonos.  The video opens with a great shot of the Little Venice neighborhood of the island's namesake main town; this was the filming location for the final scene of the 2002 thriller Bourne Identity.  From there, you'll be treated to some great shots of other built-up areas on the island's western side, its more secluded northern beaches, and the legendary aquatic recreation scene here in the western Aegean Sea.  

Aerial Tour of Rhodes

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FLY OVER MEDIEVAL RHODES - 4K cinematic

Tonny Nagtegaal

Rhodes is the largest of Greece's Dodecanese Islands, an archipelago which lies just off Turkey's western coast.  In this drone video, you'll get great aerial views of virtually all of the islands.  In order of appearance, you'll see the Lindos Acropolis site, St. Paul's Bay, Kritinia castle, the Fort of St. Nicholas, the Mandraki Harbour, the New Market, Grandmaster's Palace, the Kloster Ammos monastery, Anthony Quinn Bay, Asklipio Castle, the Old City of Rhodes, Symi Harbor, Monolithos Castle, and more.

Santorini

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Santorini

lucaspinhel

Santorini is a small crescent-shaped Greek island in the Aegean Sea, the southernmost of the Cyclades group of over 200 islands (many of which are uninhabited).   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.

Skopelos and Skiathos

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Mamma Mia!: Greece's Sporades Islands

patassini_ale

Contributor Patassini_ale used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this beauiful video of Greece's Sporades Islands in the northern Aegean Sea.  The video includes footage of three of the four inhabited Sporades: Skopelos, Alonissos, and Skiathos.  Associated with the Greek god Dionysos, Skopelos is the most well known of these islands.  Famously, Skopelos was used as the primary shooting location for the 2008 musical film Mamma Mia, based on a Broadway show of the same name and starring Merryl Streep.

Milos

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Milos Island, Greece: Abandoned Sulfur 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.  Milos is the southernmost of the Cyclades islands, in the western Aegean Sea.  Among other distinctions, it was the home of the Venus de Milo statue before it was moved to Paris.  

Samos

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Exploring Samos from Above: DJI Mavic Pro

BeemFlights

Samos is an island of Greece lying in the eastern end of the Aegean Sea.  Part of the North Aegean official grouping of islands, Samos features a mix of quaint seaside towns, amazing beaches, and numerous historical sites especially in its mountainous interior.  Seen on a map, the island is actually much closer to mainland Turkey than to the Greek mainland.  Ride along with top content creator and pilot Beemflights, who uses a drone to give us an amazing aerial tour of this Mediterranean paradise.  

Sifnos

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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.  

Naxos

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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.  It's extensively mentioned in Greek mythology; the god Zeus was believed to have been raised in a cave here.  The video will take you around some of the highlights of the island, including the city of Naxos on the western end of the island and the Naxos Portara (Great Door) on a tiny islet north of the main town.

Rhodes

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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, mostly just off Turkey's Mediterranean coastline.  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.  

Amorgos

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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; its permanent population is around 2,000.  In this video, contributor Island Videography treats us to a beautiful bird's eye view of this Aegean gem, including some of its small seaside towns and secluded beaches.

Aegina

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Ancient Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Island, Greece

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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.  The islands are located in the Saronic Gulf, an Aegean Sea inlet which lies between the Attica and Peloponnese Peninsulas. 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.  

Skiathos

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Travel to Skiathos

Nelstill

Check out this marvelous drone video of the Greek island of Skiathos, compliments of contributor Nelstill.  Skiathos is part of the Northern Sporades group of islands off the eastern coast of Greece.  Until recently, the Sporades were far less well known than the Cyclades group to the south.  That's beginning to change though, not least because of the movies: Skiathos and its sister Sporades island Skopelos were used to film the 2008 hit Momma Mia, the film adaptation of the Broadway hit play.  

Kos

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Kos, Greece: Paradox of Waves in 4K

Joe Paskes

Kos is one of the Greek islands which looks like it should be part of Turkey if you see it on a map.  It is part of the Dodecanese chain of islands which lie just off of the western coast of Turkey, much nearer to that country than to Greece.  Kos is the third largest island in the group, after Rhodes and Karpothos.  Contributor and drone pilot Joe Paskes put together this beautiful drone video of Kos, which sent a contingent of soldiers to fight on the Greek side in the Trojan War (according to Homer's Iliad).  

Thasos

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Summer in Greece, Thasos Θάσος 2017

skyCinemaMD

Check out this beautiful drone video of the Greek island Thassos, compliments of contributor and drone pilot skyCinemaMD.  Thassos is part of a grouping of islands known as the North Aegean, situated (not surprisingly) in the northern part of the Aegean Sea.  Thassos sits a bit to the southeast of Kevala on the mainland.  It was known as a sort of spa in ancient times, well known for its bathing facilities.  It is far less well known by tourists, despite being the 12th largest Greek island by land area.  

Nisyros

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Nisyros Volcano 4K | Crater Stefanos | Greece | Europe

Joe Paskes

Top contributor Joe Paskes created this marvelous aerial video of Nisyros, a volcanic Greek island.  Nisyros is part of the Dodecanese group in the eastern Aegean Sea, which lie much closer to mainland Turkey but which in fact are Greek possessions having been colonized by Greece during the Antiquity.  The island is a relative infant in geological terms, having been formed only about 150,000 years ago.  The video will take you right over the main crater of the volcano, which last erupted in 1888.  

Kefalos, Kos Island

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Kefalos Windsurfing

WulcanStudio

The Greek Aegean Islands off of Turkey's western coast have ideal conditions for the challenging sport of windsurfing - strong steady winds, semi-protected bays, and lots of room to run.  It's not surprising then that some of the world's best windsurfers hail from these waters.  In this video, content creator and pilot WulcanStudio uses a drone to capture the world-reknowned 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. 

Mykonos

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Droning Dutchman - Mykonos by Drone

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The Droning Dutchman headed to the Greece to create this stunning aerial video of Mykonos, one of the country's Aegean Islands.  Part of the Cyclades group which lies on the western side of the sea, Mykonos is informally known as the party capital of the Aegean for its legendary nightlife scene and relaxing atmosphere.  Near the end of the video, you'll see the town of Little Venice on the island's western end; this was the filming location for the final scene in the 2002 blockbuster The Bourne Identity.  

Rhodes: Kritinia Castle

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Kritinia Castle, Rhodes,Greece

Rhodes drone

Contributor Rhodes Drone created this beautiful aerial video of a well known castle on the Greek island of Rhodes (also known as Rodos), the largest and best known of the Dodacanese chain which sits off the coast of western Turkey.  Kritinia Castle is located in a town of the same name on the northern coast of the island.  The castle was built in the late 15th century as a means to protect the town's inhabitants from attacks and harassment from fleets of the Ottoman Empire operating from the Turkish mainland.  

Paros

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Paros, Drone Views, Greece

david dreyfuss

Paros is part of Greece's Cyclades, a group of islands in the western Aegean Sea.  Paros lies in the middle of the group, just to the west of the better known island of Naxos.  The island has been known for its fine marble since the Antiquity, and in fact the island can be said to be made of marble.  The island has a rich history, having played an active role in the various military struggles which have taken place throughout the region.  See Paros from above in this drone video from David Dreyfus.   

Fournoi

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Fournoi: Island of the Pirates

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Check out this beautiful drone video of a small Greek island called Fournoi, compliments of contributor Geokok.  Fournoi is part of Greece's North Aegean Region, a group of islands in the eastern Aegean Sea that are actually closer to mainland Turkey.  In the ancient world, the island was famous for its role in shipping throughout the region.   It is the site of many shipwrecks and at times was used as a base by pirates who preyed on what were once some of the world's busiest shipping lanes.  

Syros

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SYROS GREEK ISLAND - THE QUEEN OF AGEAN SEA

grigorelis

The Greek island of Syros lies in the middle of an archipelago known as the Cyclades, which are clustered off the country's eastern coast in the Aegean Sea.  Settled for at least 5,000 years, Syros covers a land area of just over 100 square km (around 40 square mi.) and has a populatio of a bit over 20k.  Historically, given its position, Syros was considered one of the most important ports in the western Aegean.  You can check out this beautiful spot in the Aegean Sea from above in this drone video by grigorelis.  

The Saronic Gulf

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The Saronic Gulf From Above

Aerial_Greece

Of the many Greek islands in the Aegean Sea, probably the least well known are the Saronic Islands.  These sit in the Saronic Gulf, an inlet of the Aegean formed by the Attica Peninsula to the north and the Peloponnese Peninsula to the west.  In this drone video by Aerial_Greece, you'll get a bird's eye view of some of the top spots in the gulf, including the island of Aegina, a monaster atop one of the gulf's many tiny islets, and the wreck of the Mediterranean Sky, a ship which ran aground in the Eleusis Bay here in 1953.  

Lindos, Rhodes

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Lindos - Rhodes 4k

Ian Appleton

Lindos is one of the more famous villages amongst the islands of the Aegean Sea.  It's located on the eastern side of the island of Rhodes which is part of a grouping of Greek islands known as the Dodecanese that lay off the coast of Turkey.  Founded in the 10th century BC, Lindos occupied a critical position amongst the Greek colonies established on the islands and on the mainland of what is now Turkey during the Antiquity.  You can get a marvelous bird's eye perspective of Lindos in this drone video by Ian Appleton.  

Beautiful Santorini

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a postcard from Santorini

ZilverSchmitz

Drone Video Awards nominee ZilverSchmitz has taken his impressive skills to the Greek island of Santorini. The island in the Aegean Sea is one of the Cyclades islands that was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century, leaving it with the rugged landscape it has today. He’ll include shots of the coast, sea, and some of those famous white-walled towns that give this island such a distinctive look.  Santorini has a full-time population of about 15k and it covers around 90 square km or around 35 square mi. 

FPV Views of Mykonos

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Bouzouki Of BeatΜaker - Mykonos | FPV FreeStyle

Greco FPV

The island in Greece best known for its massive dance clubs that attract world-renowned DJs is also  one of the most beautiful islands in Europe: Mykonos.  One of the islands in the Aegean Sea, the sun shines here for around 300 days of the year.  The island is named after its first ruler, who according to legend was the son of the god Apollo. The beautiful party island with its crystal clear waters and white buildings with their blue roofs can be seen in this FPV freestyle video by Greco FPV.

Tour of Skopelos

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Skopelos the greenest island in Greece

Moses B.

Check out the Greek island of Skopelos from a drone perspective in this awesome aerial by contributor Moses B.  Skopelos is part of the Sporades archipelago in the northern Aegean Sea.  The video features some excellent shots of the main town of Skopelos (which lies on its northern coast) as well as the red roofs of the village of Glossa on the island's western end. At the 6:08 mark, you'll get a great view of Kastani Beach, which lies east of Glossa and which featured prominently in the 2008 hit musical Momma Mia.   

Drone over Mykonos

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Mykonos Drone - Summer 2018

mykonosdrone

Mykonos is one of Greece's Cyclades Islands in the Aegean Sea.  The island is on the eastern end of the group, which is centered on a point southeast of Athens.  It played an important role in the struggles that played out in the late Middle Ages between the Venetians (who controlled much of the Aegean for a time) and the then-rising Ottoman Empire.  With a population of about 10,000, it's known for having an active LGBT community.  Check it out from a bird's eye view in this drone video from Mykonosdrone.  

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