Named "henna'd" (kınalı) after
its red soil, Kınalı is
smallest of the larger islands off
measuring about 1.3 square km (130
hectares, 321 acres).
It's easy to identify: it's the one
with all the antenna towers on it.
Greeks called it Proti,
and they and their Armenian neighbors
summer villas on the island, many of which survive
along with several churches.
Unless you have friends who own a
villa on the island, you probably won't
be going there. But if you want to
visit one of the Princes
you're likely to be among the very
few foreign visitors, give it a try.
Your reward: the many small beaches on
Kınalı are less likely to be crowded
with day-trippers from the city.