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Santorini, or Thira, is the top destination in Greece and among the most romantic destinations in the Greek islands and also in the world. Located in the Aegean Sea, in the Cyclades islands, Santorini island was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions in the world and what remains today is a submerged volcano and a caldera. Amazing villages has been constructed on the edge of this caldera, with Cycladic architecture and breathtaking view to the sea. Apart from the fabulous caldera villages, Santorini Greece is also famous for the romantic sunset, the volcano and the luxurious resorts. This Santorini travel guide will give you all the necessary information to organize your holiday.The caldera villages are incredible with their traditional architecture, the paved streets and the breathtaking view to the sea. The village of Oia, in particular, is also famous in Greece for the romantic sunset. Book a hotel at the caldera and the experience of your Santorini holidays will be unforgettable. Also do not miss the restaurants with the amazing view to the volcano. The island is also know for the fabulous red and black beaches on the southern side, the archaeological site of Ancient Thera, the traditional ride on donkey, the cherry tomatoes that are cultivated only there, the delicious wines with spicy volcanic taste and of course it is famous as the most romantic destination for weddings.

 

 

 

 

 

Paros Situated in the centre of the Cyclades islands, Paros is the very picture of a traditional Greek island. There is much to see and do on the island, the Parian wine is famous and of course, there are wonderful beaches.Many travellers prefer to stay in the island's capital Parikia, which is a beautiful village with sparkling white houses and little streets you can wander around in. The harbour is very busy, since almost all ferryboats make a stop here. For obvious reasons, this makes Paros a perfect place for island hoppers.Others prefer the smaller villages, especially the little fishing village Naousa. The fishing boats are everywhere, since fishing is the traditional source of income for the islanders. The Parian marble is famous since ancient times, and has also provided the island with a good income.

 

 

       

 

 

 

       

 

 

 

   

 

If you were asked how you imagined the place where Zeus, the father of the 12 ancient Greek gods, was raised, chances are your reply would include the following adjectives: fertile, imposing, majestic.If you were asked what you imagined to be the dominant features on the island where Dionysus, the god of wine, was born and raised, you would probably include fun, song and dance.A big island in the heart of the Aegean Sea, with imposing mountain massifs and fertile valleys, inhabited by cheerful people with a tradition in music and dance, and full of beauty that enchants visitors.On Naxos, the ships Naxos Star and Alexander and the sailing boat Iason offer visitors to the island the opportunity to meet new friends, take in more sights or just gaze out at sea.Many Cycladic islands are renowned for their beaches but Naxos is the only one that can boast an endless coastline comprising a string of beaches of incredible beauty, with superb turquoise waters and golden sands –beaches unspoiled or organized, beaches to discover, for water sports or family recreation; beaches next to ancient monuments, near important wetlands, medieval forts or Byzantine churches; beaches only a step away from main town Chora and beaches in areas of exceptional natural beauty, untouched by civilization or tourism. Naxos has something for everyone –this is what makes it one of the popular Aegean islands.
 

 

 

It is the northernmost island of the group with a great naval tradition and no landscape like the postcards from the Cyclades: apart from the sandy beaches, there are rocky coastlines, mountain ranges alternating with fertile plains, lush vegetation and abundantly flowing streams.The capital of the island, Hóra (which means “main village”) is home to famous Greek captains and ship owners, and there is a remarkable combination of medieval, neoclassical and island style evident in its houses. Flights of stairs, a spacious square with trees, narrow streets, remarkable churches and museums, shops, cafes and restaurants play their part in the beauty of the place. To top that beauty off, there is a Frankish castle on an islet connected to the main island with an arched stone bridge of the 13th century.Enjoy the flora of the main island: chestnut, walnut, sycamore, oak, weeping willows, poplar, mulberry, osier and olive trees, fields of thyme, crocus and sage, and, in between, paved paths connect them to the beautiful village of Messariá and the village of Faneroméni within a castle that is ten centuries old and perched at an elevation of 600 m. Don’t forget to pay a visit at the monasteries of Zoodóchos Piyí in Batsí and of Panayia Tomarhiani in Korthi.
 

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