What is the least expensive Greek island to live on?

Lefkada. We mentioned the island Lefkada on our list of the cheapest places to live in Greece and it's indeed one of the most affordable islands in the country. That's due to it being less popular among tourists, making it hard to beat when it comes to prices.

Which Greek island pays to move?

Antikythera: the beautiful Greek island paying families €500 a month to move there.

What is the cheapest Greek island to move to?

What Greek town will pay you to move there?

Greek island of AntikytheraThe Greek island of Antikythera. A secluded Greek island has become the latest Mediterranean idyl to offer to pay people to move there, teaming up with the Greek Orthodox church to offer new residents a monthly allowance totalling €18,000 (NZ$33,000).

What is the cheapest place to live in Greece?

Affordability: Thessaloniki is one of the most affordable cities in Greece and offers a high standard of living for expats on a budget. The cost of living is lower than in other major cities in Greece, such as Athens, and is comparable to other European cities.

How do I get paid to live in Antikythera Greece?

Families who set up residence there will receive a monthly allowance of €500 for three years – a total of €18,000, the publication said. The catch: The island has only one shop – a kafeneion (coffee shop) which also serves a grocery store and meeting place for islanders.

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