Caldera, beautiful sunsets, motorbikes, endless Tzatziki, and enjoying married life. Just a few words to describe this few days in Santorini.
A big dream of mine was to see the famous Greece islands, and then two dreams came true! I married the best travel partner ever, and we went to Greece!!!! Amazing!!!!! We went on a island hopping honeymoon and even slept in McDonalds because of heavy storms. Our 9days as tourists where magical and adventurous.
Our first day ended up to be arriving at our “treat night” in Chromata at 6am the morning because of flights being delayed, not being able to land, having a flight that remind me of “Wilson” in Cast Away , sleeping in Athens airport, and eventually arriving at Santorini with a gorgeous view over blue blue blue and more blue seas. After a big breakfast and power nap, we went to our second hotel in a little town called Pygros. Definitely the best decision by far, it fitted our budget and it was private with excellent service! We stayed at Voreina Gallery Suites, and we felt like royalty!
Let me tell you this, everywhere you will look in Santorini is jaw-dropping-amazingly-unbelievably… beautiful! Enjoy just a few moments that I shared of our trip in this blog post, if you want to know more, lets meet for coffee! Yes, words on a screen can’t describe this few days in Greece! Look out for the next blog post about Milos, out Pinterest Island!
For those who love movies, these are the donkeys that where featured in Sisterhood of the Travelling pants, definitely a must to enjoy local culture!
We had an amazing afternoon on a Sail boat, from swimming everywhere to great Greek food and wine, definitely a must.
The famous sunset from the waters of Oia, these sunsets where different every single time. And then… everybody cheers!
Our view everyday from our room, having breakfast or just enjoying our jacuzzi. Tough life!
Explore the island of Santorini and its hidden beaches by scooter, you will have the time of your life!
Near Akrotiri you will find this gem, Kamari beach! Sunbeds, cocktails and not crowded. We went on a romantic date night in the streets, definitely a must for honeymooners.
Then the Greeky Ice Cream! Let’s just say, good thing I got married before my visit to this “all-fat-greeky-deliciousy” place!
And then the famous Red Beach. A little bit crowded but definitely worth the experience.
A famous Oia landscape photo. Be sure to visit the smallest book store ever, Atlantis Books, you’ll find a few (very expensive) original copies of great stories!
Each night we enjoyed this view over Santorini and its lights!