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The island of Fleves in Greece

Fleves is a small, abandoned and fairly dry island south of the seaside resort of Vouliagmeni on the Greek mainland. The small island rises out of the turqoise see with its high white steep cliffs and is mostly covered with low bushes. There are sea caves along the coast.

Fleves is popular with project developpers that want to turn the island into a luxurious holiday paradise. So far that has not happened and nature action groups will try to prevent this from happening. The island is now the domain of the fishermen and of divers that want to explore the many old sunken boats that are scattered around the island, including boats from the ancient period (with amphorae, etc).

Hans Huisman, 2014
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