Athens, the capital of Greece, is situated about 75 miles (121 kilometers) to the northwest of Azolimnos.
The Ermoupolis Town Square and the St. Nicholas Church are good places to spend a little time while in Azolimnos.
See why Cyclades Islands is so frequented by local and international travelers alike, by getting out and touring the numerous scenic and cultural attractions around Azolimnos. Make tracks to Syros, and enjoy the Ermoupolis Town Square and St. Nicholas Church. Syros is approximately 1 mile (2 kilometers) from Azolimnos and is worth a visit. For more things to do, visit the Our Lady of Tinos and Archaeological Museum of Tinos can all be found in and around Tinos, about 15 miles (24 kilometers) from Azolimnos.
When you are ready to head further afield beyond Azolimnos, check out the nearest regional city. Mykonos is situated 20 miles (32 kilometers) away and is home to sights like Lena's House, Platis Gialos Beach and Psarou Beach. Ornos Beach, Mykonos Cathedral (Mitropolis) and Agrari Beach are also worth a visit while you are here.
Whether you're believer or an atheist, you're sure to enjoy in Cyclades Islands' temples and other places of worship. If you want to stay indoors, you really can't go past Cyclades Islands' excellent art galleries, history museums and art museums. These are good places to learn a little about the local lore and culture and pick up a souvenir or two.
There are loads of ways for thrill seekers to experience the outdoors around Azolimnos. Hiking and abseiling are two popular ways active visitors can get their kicks. Explore a side of the region many visitors will never see by spending time with an expert guide on one of the city walking tours and winery tours.
At the end of your stay in Cyclades Islands, no doubt you'll bid this region a teary "Yiá sou" Rest assured, however, you'll be heading home with wonderful memories that you'll have for years to come.