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Each Travel Guide in the blog is a source of inspiration and provides practical information about the destination in question. We try to include as many details as possible about the duration and costs of our trips to help you plan your own. We know it’s not always easy to squeeze travel planning in a 9-5 routine, so that’s what we’re here for! In our Travel Guides you can find pretty much everything you need to know. Must-see sights of special historic interest. Where to catch the most spectacular views or how to best enjoy nature. Recommendations on what and where to eat and drink. Best time to visit and top things to do. Suggested day trips. The list is endless.

Thorough as they may be, Travel Guides in the blog cannot be and are not exhaustive. Not all of us have the same expectations from our travels. However, they can be seen as useful tools to inspire you and help you plan your very own trips, according to your budget, your interests and the time you can spend in each destination.

It’s with the utmost pleasure that we’re about to show you what to do in Amorgos, the Greek Island we hold closest to our hearts. Although Greece is home to thousands of islands, and we do love many of them, Amorgos has literally taken hold of our hearts for good. But why have we singled out this island over so many others? Read on to find out!

Are you planning a trip to Southern Italy and wondering what to do in Polignano a Mare? Or perhaps you’re contemplating whether it’s worth adding this super popular coastal town to your Puglia itinerary? The short answers to these questions would be: plenty and a thousand times yes. But we’re here to give you the longer version!

Before visiting Elafonisos Greece for the first time, we didn’t think much of it, to be honest. You see, when we think of summer vacation in Greece, our minds drift to some small island in the Aegean Sea. One of those windswept rock formations with whitewashed houses perched on cliff sides. The kind of island you need to spend a minimum of six long hours on board a ferry before you can swim into its deep blue waters.