In 3 weeks time I will be doing a field trip to the Cyclades Islands with Matt Wilson, Liam Russell and Stephen Roussos. We will visit 4 Islands but concentrate our efforts on 2. Flying to Santorini a quick ferry to Ios, for a week, Sikinos 1 night and then the remainder will be spent on Milos. The range of species is not great but there is some real quality. On Ios and Sikinos there are dwarf versions of Nose Horned Viper and Sand Boa, then on Milos there is the Milos Viper which is essentially a sub-species of Blunt nosed viper, these have a reputation of being a bit highly strung. There's also a couple of species of Wall Lizard I haven't seen before with the male Milos Wall Lizard especially nice. Throw in a few nice birds such as Eleneoras Falcon and some nice scenery and it should work out to be a cracking trip.
Below Nose Horned Vipers from Corfu 2009 and 2011.