A Greek Vacation
One of the most exclusive and fun ways to explore Greece, is on a luxury yacht charter. Which takes you along the Mediterranean coast and through the islands. However, whichever way you choose to discover the wonders of the Greece. What is more, there are certain things you definitely need to visit on your Greek vacation.
We’ve all heard about it and most of you would even be familiar with the quaint towns. Hence with distinct whitewashed houses and blue domes. Santorini is part of the Cyclades islands in the Greek archipelago. The volcanic island is popular for its cobblestone streets, an active volcano. Also its mesmerizing sunsets, and spectacular views of the horizon. The capital city of Santorini is Fira – it is where the party is. With bustling taverns, vibrant cafés, and a host of shops, the city never fails to attract tourists.
This cosmopolitan destination of Greece is often termed as the best tourist destination on the Greek island. This little island is yet another gem from the Cycladic chain and carries a charm similar to Santorini. With sandy beaches and intense nightlife – Mykonos is ideal for the party animals who love stunning views and scenic beauty.
Myrtos is a spectacle of contrast – azure and turquoise waters and the bright white pebbles on the beach. Surrounded by tall cliffs and breath taking beauty. Additionally this beach has the honor of being voted the best beach on the archipelago. Notably, not once but 12 times! Situated to the north-west of Kefalonia. Renowned for its magical waters that change colors.
Furthermore, Greece is a lot more than just fascinating history and gorgeous beaches. As a matter of fact, the Samariá Gorge is proof of that. This canyon is approximately 10 miles long and is located in southwest Crete. With almost quarter million tourists visiting the spot annually, we don’t think we need to mention its popularity. The canyon is reached by walking through cypress and pine forests. Also crossing between the vertical cliffs. Finally this can take anywhere between 4 to 7 hours.
The name is shared between a mountain and the northern Greece peninsula. Mount Athos is home to Eastern Orthodox monasteries, with 1400 monks living in them. Mount Athos is an autonomous state which observes strict control in allowing entrance. Men only can visit this place.
I will be happy to answer any questions, or comments that you may have. So please feel free to leave them. Also on your Greek vacation, you won’t be disappointed. If you have added these places to your, to visit list.