Do’s and Don’ts of Santorini, Greece

Santorini (officially Thira) is one of the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean Sea about 120 miles southeast of Greece’s mainland. An enormous volcanic eruption destroyed a formally single island and created a giant caldera containing several smaller islands including Santorini. The island offers massive steep cliffs, diverse volcanic rock beaches, and stunning white-washed architecture. Follow these do’s and don’ts to get the most out of your holiday in paradise. 

View of the Acropolis (Athens, Greece) by Wandering Wheatleys

4 Archaeological Sites In Greece to Visit

Greece is a country that is rich in history, turmoil, and culture. Beginning with the Neolithic Age in 7000 BC to Modern Greece covering a period from 1821 to present, the scope of Greek habitation and rule has varied throughout the ages. Traces of human civilization can be found in all corners and there are over 100 impressive archaeological sites portraying a history that exceeds 5000 years. If you don’t have time to explore them all, these 4 sites won’t give you a comprehensive picture of life in ancient Greece but they’re a great start!  

The Best Things to do in Santorini, Greece

The 15 Best Things to do in Santorini, Greece

Instantly recognizable from its sloping cliffs dotted with whitewashed buildings, rustic windmills with wooden sails, and sea-blue domed roofs, Santorini is simply stunning. One of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world, the clandestine island is best known for its breathtaking views, remote beaches, and dazzling sunsets you’ll never forget! While the idyllic isle …

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