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
For many, the perfect way to truly know and understand a place you are visiting is to try its food. The local, traditional delicacies, the specialties dedicated to particular celebrations, the everyday dishes that have been handed down by generations; the food the locals eat!
Santorini is a magical holiday destination with numerous attractions; a jaw-dropping caldera, picture-perfect alleys filled with the iconic whitewashed buildings and the most romantic sunsets in the world! Its beauty attracts thousands of visitors, and even though that is definitely part of the charm, sometimes
Santorini has many wonders to offer its visitors; the imposing caldera and its mesmerizing architecture, its volcanic beaches with black sands and otherworldly rock formations and the breath-taking sunsets, but there is also a side of Santorini more pure and uncomplicated; the mainland of Santorini
As winter gives way to the oncoming spring and nature awakes, something magical is happening on the island of Santorini. Just as the fragrant buds begin to bloom, the entire island seems to draw life from the sun and the sea and blossoms, almost in