Our last 10 days in Greece were spent on the northern part of it’s largest island – Crete. With thousands of years of culture and history, there are many pockets to experience and enjoy. There is a big contrast between such a large island and the smaller less developed ones that we visited earlier. My […]
During this trip to the Greek Islands we decided to skip the most popular destinations like Mykonos and Santorini and focused on less traveled gems.
Paros quickly become one of my favorite islands of the Cyclades. Located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, Paros has many traditional villages showing off the unique Cycladic architecture with cobblestone streets, whitewashed sugar houses and blue-domed churches. The beaches are famous for their exotic turquoise crystal clear water and the warm golden sand. […]
As we approached Milos on the fast boat from Athens (about a third of the time of a regular boat) we were immediately transfixed by the turquoise transparent water of it’s large bay surrounded by the crescent shaped land of the island. The white homes with blue colored windows and doors perched on […]