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Hillary bought these people pizza, and can we have some?

Feel the pizza love .

Image: Kristina Bumphrey/ StarPix/ REX/ Shutterstock

Hillary Clinton may be out of the race for President of the United states, but that doesn’t mean she’s stopped gunning for hearts and thinkers.

People queueing for the freeing of her new book in New York on Monday night received a welcome astonish from the former Presidential candidate.

Clinton herself weighed in on the Twitter love.

How nice of her to selflessly send pizza to the shivering masses. No ulterior motive there , no sir.

On the other hand, who cares about ulterior motives when you have a pizza.

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20 Greek islands you may not have heard of

The dazzling colours and great meat of Greeces famous islands extend to these lesser-known sand-fringed destinations, which boast wonderful places to remain especially for late- or out-of-season breaks

Despite its many emergencies in the past few years, tourism is booming in Greece. Most travellers, nonetheless, still rarely undertaking beyond the most famous islands and a little exploration is all that is needed to take you to some lesser-known gems. Here are 20 of our favourites.

All accommodation costs are for a double chamber in low season and include breakfast, unless stated otherwise. In most Greek tavernas you can eat and booze well for 15 -2 0pp, but if a place is more expensive, I have indicated this .

NORTH-EAST AEGEAN

Lemnos

Myrina
Myrina harbour. Photograph: Alamy

Mainly visited by Greeks, its size and large-scale population mean that Lemnos( aka Limnos) avoids becoming simply a tourist destination. The capital, Myrina, is a running fishing port and you will still find fishermen mending their nets by the harbourside. Its low seashore has several great beaches.
What to do Perched on a headland above the capital is a large, 13 th-century Venetian castle , now inhabited by wild deer. The spectacular belief stretches as far as the monks republic of Mount Athos on the mainland.
Where to stay The
Arxontiko( 70 , ) was Lemnos first hotel and is still one of its best, mixing a traditional guesthouse with modern shop style. It is in the centre of Myrina, but on a quiet side street and a short walk to the beach.
Where to feed Grammofono( on Facebook ), on the main square by a taxi rank, is not in the best location, but this little meze bar takes its food seriously and is great value. Try a seafood pikilia , or mixed plate calamari, shrimps, mussels and various small-scale fried fish. There is often live music in the evenings.

Ikaria

Toxotis
Toxotis Villas, Ikaria

The island owes its existence to Icaruss plunge into the sea after the wax of his wings melted. Ill-fated people ought to have visiting ever since it was a place of expatriate for left-wingers during the civil conflict and the Colonels dictatorship. Dont let this put you off; the locals revel in their quirky reputation and the varied scenery rewards exploration.
What to do Talking of quirky, how about bathing in radioactive hot springs? Apparently, this is actually beneficial to the health
researchers are exploring whether this is the reason for the islanders legendary longevity and is also possible experienced at several bathhouses.
Where to remain Toxotis Villas( from 110) is a group of seven gorgeous villas, which mix a fantastic locating with luxury, privacy and a traditional style.
Where to eat Theas Inn is a proper Greek taverna in the pretty village of Nas, focusing on local food, including meat and veggies from the owners organic farm.

Ammouliani

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Alykes beach, Ammouliani. Photograph: Alamy

Nestled between two prongs of the Halkidiki peninsula, this small island has great sandy beaches and is a welcome aid from some of the bigger resorts on the mainland. Most guests are Greek and it retains an authentic atmosphere.
What to do Boat trips around Mount Athos can be arranged, which is the closest the majority of members of us will get to this male-only monks republic. It is well worth having a peek the cliff-hanging convents are spectacular.
Where to stay If you are young and/ or adventurous it is perfectly possible to bring a tent over to Greece and camp nighttimes are warm, campsites are well-equipped, and most websites are right on the beach. Try
Alikes Camping( pitches from 5 per tent, plus 5 each per adult ).
Where to feed Tzanis is a seafood taverna right by the sea. The clams are especially good.

IONIAN

Meganisi

Vathi,
Vathi, on Meganisi. Photograph: REX

This small island consists of only three villages and its own population of merely over 1,000. Only across from popular Lefkada, its not typically considered a destination in its own right, and is chiefly visited on day trips. Biding on small island developing means you can explore its many hidden coves at your leisure.
What to do There is much debate as to which beach is Meganisis best. Most can only be reached by foot or by boat, so it will take you a while to examine them all. Limonari, with its isolated clean sands, would be in most peoples top five.
Where to remain Tucked away in the winding alleys of Spartochori,
The Teachers House( studio from 65, household apartment from 100) has been expertly refurbished, and split into a studio and two apartments that share a small pond. The contemporary interior design makes a lighting and airy feel.
Where to feed Lakis Taverna is a solid, family taverna at the heart of the village. Its Greek Night on Thursdays is great fun, but may not be everyones hit of tsipouro .

CYCLADES

Antiparos

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The Beach House, Antiparos.

Paros is well known, but relatively few make it to the island opposite. For those in the know, including a fair few celebrities, Antiparos renders a loosening haven in this often busy group of islands.
What to do The big cave in the centre of the island is awe-inspiring, but be advised, there are lots of steps.
Where to remain On its own sandy and sheltered cove,
Beach House (8 0) is a stylish little inn, with good-value small-scale chambers for couples, but try to splash out for their larger chambers, including family suites. It also has a great restaurant, lots of family-friendly beach activities and a massage service.
Where to eat Two good signs to look for when hunting down a seafood taverna are octopus hanging out to dry outside, and the ability to toss your olive stones and fishbones straight into the sea from your table. Captain Pipinos is a win on both counts.

Kythnos

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Kythnoss Church of Panagia Flampouriani. Photo: Getty Images

Its proximity to Athens, fantastic beaches and famous thermal spring mean that this island get rammed with visitors chiefly Greek in August. Come out of season, nonetheless, and it can be perfect.
What to do Take a sea taxi to Kolona, a narrow strip of sand connecting to a small island. The two bays on either side have azure water which is rarely without a few yachts at anchor.
Where to stay Due to its popularity, Kythnos is not the cheapest, but
Xenonas Afroditi( 70) is a more reasonable alternative in the spa town of Loutra. And it is exactly what you expect from a Greek inn: whitewashed, simple chambers, and by the beach.
Where to feed Chartino Karavi (+ 30 22 8103 3004) is a reliable little tavern on the backstreets of Dryopida, a pretty inland settlement. When its not too hot there is a footpath that gale the 2km up to here from the islands capital, Hora.

Serifos

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A peaceful bay on Serifos. Photograph: Getty Images

Serifoss main township, Hora, is one of the most picturesque in Greece, its whitewashed cubes clinging to the side of a mountain. Its aspect is one reason so many artists choose to settle on the island.
What to do Livadi, the port town, is a pleasing throwback to what the Greek islands used to be like. Its heart is the grandly named Yacht Club, in fact an old-style kafenion . It is the ideal place to sip a Greek coffee and chat to the locals.
Where to bide Apanemia( 40) is an old-fashioned rooms-only place in Hora. Its nothing fancy, but clean, well-cared for and at the centre of this lovely town.
Where to feed To get the most out of Serifos you need to hire a car and explore youll surely need one if you want one of the islands best food experiences. Aloni taverna could trade on its great views, but its local food is likewise excellent try the slow-cooked goat, or mastelo saganaki , a fried goats cheese similar to halloumi.

Sifnos

Eleonas
Eleonas Hotel, Sifno.

This is another island that, while relatively unknown to Brits, is an achingly chic destination for the Greek define. It can get crowded, but the atmosphere is authentic and it has a culinary reputation one of the first famous Greek chefs, Nicholas Tselementes, came from here, and it was better attracts the foodies.
What to do Sifnos has a fantastically well-maintained and mapped selection of hiking roads to suit all levels of fitness. An excellent guidebook is available locally.
Where to bide The main town, Apollonia, is where the trendy go to see and be seen, wandering up and down the Steno, its buzzing, narrow main street. Amazingly close to this, but hidden in their own peaceful olive orchard, are the Eleonas apartments and studios( 65 ).
Where to eat Rambagas is the smart place to experience local food mixed with the latest on-point experimentations. Start with a sea-bass tartare in traditional lemon and oil sauce, and end with chilled melon soup for dessert. The decided, simply off the Steno, is gorgeous too.

Folegandros

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A rural landscape with interesting flora on Folegandros. Photograph: Getty Images

Folegandros has similarly dramatic cliffs and hillsides to the magnificent volcanic scenery of Santorini, and is far less visited.
What to do The main township, another Hora, perches on the cliffs, and wandering around its pedestrianised centre from square to square beneath the bougainvillea is what Greek daydreams are made of.
Where to bide Everything about the chic Anemi Hotel( from 153) is blindingly white, from the walls to the decor. But it is also amazingly family friendly, with babysitting, a playground and even a kids cinema. The adults will be kept happy by one of the best bar/ restaurants on the island.
Where to feed Some bowls at Blue Cuisine sound a little over the top( deconstructed Greek salad with feta sushi ?), but the local parts, including cheeses and cured meat from the surrounding islands, are superb.

Amorgos

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Fishing crafts in Amorgoss main port, Katapola. Photograph: Getty Images

This dramatic island does have good beaches, but is better known for its hiking and diving( French cinema The Big Blue was hit here ).
What to do The extraordinary whitewashed convent of Hozoviotissa, which dates back to the 11 th century, clings to the cliffs of the dramatic south coast. It is well worth a stiff climb up many stairs to reach it( but if youre not modestly dressed the monks will send you straight-out back up ).
Where to bide Decorated in classic white and blue, Emprostiada( from 50) is a comfy guesthouse at the edge of small island developing main town( inevitably named Hora ). Out of season, the rooms are a real bargain.
Where to feed The green tables and chairs of Tranzistoraki fill a little side-alley in the main town. The cute determine is matched by some interesting local meat and a good selection of meze.

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