Visiting the island of Psara in the Aegean Sea is a great getaway for many, as the island does not have more than 500 residents. However, because the island is smaller than some of the more well-known landmarks around, it doesn't get many visitors, which is perfect for those who are looking to get off the beaten path.
Still, travelers can enjoy some of the historical aspects of the small island, including the birthplace of Prime Minister of Greece Constantine Kanaris.
Because the island doesn't get as many tourists, it only offers a few cafes and rooms for rent. However, the island would make for a great day trip, as its rocky terrain makes for the perfect hiking and mountain biking excursion.
Those who decide to hike may want to consider making their way to the top of Profitis Ilias, which offers breathtaking views of the entire island.