Looking for some inspiration to the Greek Island of Santorini? My photos galleries aim to give you a snapshot of a place or region to help get you excited for an upcoming visit or inspire you to start planning one soon.
Towering cliffs, whitewashed villages, deep inky Mediterranean sea, spectacular sunsets, volcanic beaches, fresh seafood, passionate yet relaxed locals, day after day of perfect sunshine; have I sold it to you yet?!
Santorini is hardly a place that needs one to go for the hard sell. Just one over descriptive, yet very true sentence and I’m sure most of you had opened a new browser tab and are looking for the next flight out there (but please come back and finish reading post first!).
For me, all it took was seeing one picture and I was sold! That was many many years ago and I pined to visit for years after until one day I was fortunate enough to spend five deliciously relaxing days on Greece’s southernmost Cyclades island.
If you ever find yourself faced with the choice of choosing just one of the hundreds of Greek Islands to visit, I’m vouching for Santorini. Why? Because I believe that it offers a little of what most of the other islands do. Away from Fira town you have smaller villages, local growers and makers and secluded beaches only reachable on foot.
Yes its big and popular making it super busy in peak season but if you visit in the shoulder seasons of Spring and Autumn you’ll find less crowds but still temperatures warm enough for swimming and plenty of sunshine.
Santorini is simply the best! But don’t just take my word for it. Just to hammer that final nail into my sell I’ve put together this Santorini Photo Gallery to ensure that you don’t begin to regret those flights you just booked, or if you haven’t already, will be booking very soon.
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Over to you!
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