A tourist from the United States was found dead on a small Greek island west of Capri. Three more tourists, one of whom is an officer from SoCal, are still missing

Local news sources say that an American tourist who went missing was found dead on a beach on a small Greek island west of Corfu.

Another visitor found the man’s body on a rocky, out of the way beach on the island of Mathraki on Sunday. His host, a Greek-American friend, said he wasn’t there on Thursday. The tourist was last seen on Tuesday at a café with two other tourists, both women. They have since left the island.

We didn’t have any more information about the subject right away, like a name or where they lived.

There are 100 people living on the 3.9-square-kilometer (1.2-square-mile) island of Mathraki, which is west of the more famous island of Corfu.

This was the most recent case of a tourist dying or going missing on one of the Greek islands. Some, but not all, of them had gone on walks when it was very hot outside.

A fire department drone discovered the 74-year-old Dutch visitor face down in a ravine on Saturday, some 300 meters (330 yards) from his last known location last Sunday. The man was moving very slowly due to the intense heat.

Reputable British author and television host Dr. Michael Mosley was discovered dead on the island of Symi last Sunday. He had passed away the previous Wednesday, a coroner concluded, not long after starting a trip across challenging, mountainous terrain.

On Sikinos, a relatively remote Cyclades island in the Aegean Sea with less than 400 permanent residents, two French tourists were reported missing on Friday.

The two women, who were 73 and 64 years old, had met at their respective hotels.

Authorities are still looking for a 59-year-old tourist who went on a solitary climb in extremely hot weather on Tuesday and was reported missing on the Cyclades island of Amorgos. Albert Calibet, a retired Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff from Hermosa Beach, California, was named by American media as the missing tourist.


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