There is a myth that the magnificent island of Santorini has no beaches. However, the truth is totally different. Santorini has many wonderful and breathtaking beaches. Some of them, are worldwide known. The Red Beach with its impressive red and brown steep cliffs dominating the scenery, Perissa and Perivolos with their black volcanic sand, Vlychada with its lunar landscape and family-friendly Kamari are only a few of them. Surely, the beaches of Santorini have special geographical features, and thus golden sand and turquoise waters is something you should not expect. Plus, the beauty of Caldera is so unique that you can stay there forever, without wanting to swim on a beach.
Nevertheless, if you decide to explore the coastline of Santorini, you may want to go off-the-beaten-path and disco... Read More
The Cycladic islands are located in the middle of the Aegean Sea, and thus they are the windiest islands in Greece. In July and August, blows the wind meltemi, the strong northern wind that blows the whole day and stops at night. Thus, in most islands, wind sports, such as kite- and windsurf, can be done all summer long. Many beaches in touristic islands, such as Mykonos, Naxos and Paros, are organised with water sports facilities. These are the best spots on the most popular islands in the Cyclades for the windsurfers. Read More
Aegina is a beautiful island, which is located only 1,5-hour by boat from Athens. If you rent a car in Athens and you want to visit a Greek island, swim in crystal waters and explore hidden beaches, then you can go by boat with your car from Piraeus Port to Aegina and discover the island in a day trip or a weekend. Read further and learn everything you need to know. Read More
If you are planning to visit Greece the next months we have from you some very interesting things and places to do and see in some of the most famous cities in Greece. Read More