Which one of the Greek islands of the Cyclades is the most wild, or the most quiet?

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  • Mathieu, to get this question re-opened you could add some of the island names that you are considering. For example "is A quieter than B?" or "does C have less development and towns than D?" are more answerable than this open ended version of your question. – Kate Gregory Aug 25 '13 at 18:28
  • I have visited some Greek islands and the most quiet (and fun) was Mylos. However, I don't think you can consider it "wild", since civilization is very present (small towns, crop fields, beaches, supermarkets, etc.), although in a very relaxed and stoic way. – Cthulhu Jul 8 '14 at 15:01