Inousses


Inousses is a small island east of Chios about 8 kilometres off the Turkish coast. Most of the people living there are filthy rich. Quite a few members of legendary ship owner clans like Onassis have a mansion on the island. Inousses is actually famous for being the birthplace of some of the most successful transportation dynasties in all Greece. While the ship-owning families are now based somewhere else they still maintain a strong connection to their original home.

There is next to none tourism on Inousses consequently very few rooms for rent. The main settlement is Inousses town. Only about 500 people live there. There is little to see apart from the new monastery. It was built only recently.

Most people still living there would be engaged in fishing and seafaring, a considerable part of the workforce however is busy in service industry. The mansions of the rich families require a considerable workforce to be maintained.
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You can book a day trip from Chios to get to Inousses but anything else but a day trip would be a waste of time. The island is not a place where you'd normally want to stay although this seems to change a little bit. It certainly is off the beaten track and after all a beautiful spot.

One more thing to do is visiting the Maritime Museum with a precious collection of miniatures; among them are ship models from the Napoleonic wars.


Inousses town is actually quite picturesque and the locals are well known for their free spirit and gentle manners. You may need a bit of Greek to truly enjoy it but a night out in town could be quite entertaining.


 

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