The first day of May is a jovial day of festivities in Greece; not only is it Labor Day, an international public holiday, it is also a day of celebration of spring, a salute so to say to the upcoming summer. As May 1st is
Santorini Island may not be famous for sandy, exotic beaches like most of the other islands of the Aegean Sea; on the contrary, Santorini’s beaches are mostly small, rocky and seemingly unwelcoming, but once you look past this first impression, you will be taken aback
There are things about Santorini that fill the heart with glee. The sunsets tame the wildest of the spirits, and the landscapes inspire wanderlust. But then, there are also the things that make you think, the deeper connections with the roots of the people who
Capture the best moments of your holiday and share amazing memories of Santorini with those you love, your family, your friends and even your social media community! Taking a great selfie can be challenging, and picking an outstanding location is imperative.
If it’s not immediately apparent what a German riesling, a Greek island white, a Chilean red, and a Sicilian pour from the slopes of Mount Etna have in common, a Toronto-based wine pro is happy to connect the dots in his award-winning new book.
Celebrate CleanMonday, the first day of Lent with a picnic in the open air of Santorini and welcome spring with joy!
The sky of Santorini will be filled with colorful kites;
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Famous Greek art work about kites