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Fournoi Korseon or Fournoi Ikarias (Greek: Φούρνοι), more commonly simply Fournoi, is a complex or archipelago of small Greek islands that lie between Ikaria, Samos and Patmos in Ikaria regional unit, North Aegean region. The two largest islands of the complex, the main isle of Fournoi and the isle of Thymaina, are inhabited, as is Agios Minas Island to the east. On the main isle Fournoi (town) is the largest settlement and then Chrysomilia in the north the second largest . Fournoi (town) proper is the main ferry harbour, with ferries also landing on Thymaina. The archipelago is famous for being a hub of Ancient World, which resulted in 53 shipwrecks found in the area until 2017. Another five shipwrecks were found in 2018, raising the total number to 58. Those wrecks date back from 4th century BC to 19th century AD.
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HOW TO GET AROUND FOURNI | Car Rental, Scooter / ATV / Bike, Hiking
Fourni is a very small island. There is only one town and a few beaches to discover, so a car is not really needed. The majority of the tourists make their way on foot since most things are within walking distance. You can rent a car, scooter or bicycle but the road network is small. Most beaches and the neighboring island of Thymena, are served by caiques in the summer, departing from the main port. Fourni is also a good place for hiking. Another option is to hire a small boat to explore the more remote beaches.