Fira is the capital of Santorini. Fira is perched on the edge of an impressive cliff 260m high and offers a great panorama over the submerged volcano. Below Fira sits the port. Looking down towards it, you are likely to see cruise ships whether at day or night. The path that descends steeply to here is usually full of mules carrying tourists. The other way of traversing down the side of the caldera is a cable car.
Consider arriving on the Greek island of Santorini on the slowest boat you can possibly track down. You’ll want every minute you can take to savor to stunning melodrama of the remnants of o…
Oia is famous for its imaginary sunset and its narrow passageways get crowded in the evenings. The most popular spot to watch sunset is by the Kastro walls. Oia, is beautiful, exquisite small…
Ios, in the Cyclades & Dodecanese islands, is another among the string of Greek islands famous for their sea and sun in the day and wild parties in the night... Ios draws a young crowd and ca…