Incredible locations for photographers, take your camera
There are thousands of beautiful islands scattered about Greece. For budding, experienced photographers there are a number of stunning locations. These can provide a great variety of picturesque photography opportunities.
Santorini is an island formed by a volcanic eruption. It has incredible hiking trails, an active volcano and Oia, one of the most iconic towns in all of Europe. Serene and glossed in white stone, this entire town screams photo opportunities. Combined with everything else this island has to offer, you’ll find plenty of places to grab a couple snaps.
Crete features a host of glorious beaches, but it has another ace up its sleeve. The Samaria Gorge, located on the south edge of the island, is a nature photographers dream. With sweeping forests running through the twists and turns of the deep cut gorge. You will feel as if you’re stepping into a land from a fantasy film. Forget New Zealand, Samaria Gorge is where the real natural beauty is.
When you think Zante, you often think parties and resort holiday’s. However there is a lot more to the island than that. It has many unique locations definitely worth taking your camera too. These include the well known turtle beaches, which in the Summer months are visited by rare loggerhead turtles. There are also places such as shipwreck bay, the illustrious blue caves, Porto Limnionas beach and the historic Bohali Castle.
Finally Delphi is an island with such rich heritage. Also Delphi is more than just a place to grab a couple of holiday snaps. Once a legendary city of ancient Greece. Delphi is now one of the best places to experience the world of ancestors anywhere on Earth. With temples, statues, theatre and more. Anyone – whether you’re interested in history or not – can find some interest photography options here.
If you love to take photos and want to check out all of these stunning locations, book a trip aboard the Glaros, and we’ll take you to all these places and more.
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