Overtaken by marvellous blue waters and showered with sun-bleached remains, the Greek islands would occupy your vision with legendary stories, ...
Overtaken by marvellous blue waters and showered with sun-bleached remains, the Greek islands would occupy your vision with legendary stories, your stomach with native dishes and your spirit with real tranquility. You don't warily immerse your toes into the warm Aegean; you plunge in head first. The same is correct with island life. Immerse the great charm of Santorini or wallow in the throbbing nightlife of Mykonos. Roam across rich wildflowers in spring or relax on remote sandy bays during summer. Come to be familiarized with the sad beat of rembetika (blues songs) and the flavor of home-made tzatziki. The day’s vanish from one to the other, packed with huge blue skies and never-ending miles of turquoise shores fortunate with some of Europe’s purest beaches. Most tourists just stay and never go back. Travel to an island dock to see the daily catch fall from the fishermen's nets; seafood takes a delightful place in various Greek kitchens and nowhere is it newer than on the islands. Greeks take delight in their food and would go out of their way to make certain you are well fed. Fundamental components like feta and olive oil are accompanied by creamy cheeses and distinctive, sour greens. The Italian inheritance of pasta takes on a clear-cut Greek approach, with lush sauces and maybe mussels steamed in ouzo or freshly cooked garlic. Customary cuisines, which includes grilled peppers packed with rice and cheese or grilled lamb with fresh lemon and mint, would entice you over and over. Roam down cobbled Byzantine pathways, trek into volcanoes, kayak with dolphins, look for sea turtles and cycle along rich jungles.
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Stunning Santorini is probably one of the most iconic Greek Islands and an extremely popular European honeymoon destination. Set in...
Rhodes Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, attracting millions...
Mykonos is the iconic luxury island of the Aegean Sea. Bosting fantastic nightlife, designer shops and incredible restaurants, this destination...
Crete is one of the larger Greek Islands, with over 650 miles of stunning coastline to explore, you won't be...
Corfu is another stunning Greek Island that is definitly worth a visit. There are plenty of incredible things to do...
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Stunning Santorini is probably one of the most iconic Greek Islands and an extremely popular European honeymoon destination. Set in the middle of the Aegen Sea, the island features beautiful whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches, stunning restaurants and a wealth of activites to enjoy. The two most desiered locations within Santorini are Oia and the captial, Thira. To really enjoy the beautiful cliff-edge views, we reccommened either booking a catameran cruise for the day, or enjoying the hike from Thira to Oia. You can also visit a local winery to taste some delicious Greek wines and olives with the help of professional sommeliers. The island also has a wealth of history, as it endured a volcanic eruption nearly 3000 years ago. You can visit Nea Kameni island to get a closer look at the Volcano.
Rhodes Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, attracting millions of visitors every year! Most people are drawn to Rhodes by the beaches. The island’s east coast is a ribbon of virtually uninterrupted sand, and it’s where you’ll find all the main holiday resorts. The ancient ruins in Rhodes date back to the time of the Trojan War. The harbour area here was once dominated by one of the seven wonders of the ancient world – the great colossus. Rhodes is also home to stunning traditional villages and chalky mountains. Apolakkia, one of the tradiditional villages is home to whitewashed villas, old windmills, a monastery, and a shaded lake that’s ideal for swimming.
Mykonos is the iconic luxury island of the Aegean Sea. Bosting fantastic nightlife, designer shops and incredible restaurants, this destination is perfect for those that want to indulge in a fantastic trip. Visit some of the best beach clubs for brunches, go to swanky lunches and dinners and enjoy stunning sunset cocktails on your visit. Some reccommendations include Scorpios, Sunset 180 Bar and Buddah Bar. With regards to beaches, Psarou Beach, Super Paradise Beach and Paraga Beach are all worth a visit.
Crete is one of the larger Greek Islands, with over 650 miles of stunning coastline to explore, you won't be dissapointed. Visit Chania (one of the biggest cities on the Greek Islands) and wander to the Venetian Harbour, visit the old lighthouse and visit the fantastic Agora Marketplace. If your a hiker, then enjoy the hiking route to the stunning Balos Lagoon. Take a boat trip to the tiny fishing village of Loutro. Perched on the south coast of Crete, once there you can relax on the waterfront, enjoy the views and grab some fresh seafood.
Corfu is another stunning Greek Island that is definitly worth a visit. There are plenty of incredible things to do whilst on your trip here. Visit Agni Bay, a historic fishing village perched on the north-east coast of the island and spend the day strolling around the streets and soaking up traditional greek life. Vlacherna Monastery is also a great reccommendation. It elegantly sticks out into the sea on its very own island and can be reached by a small track over the water, which makes it a lovely place to visit. It is open all year round and welcomes all visitors. Finally the famous Canal d’Amour is one of Corfu’s most unique spots and should be visited by every tourist! The stunning canal glistens in the sunshine and Local folklore says that couples who swim through the channel will get married very soon.