If you’re dreaming of a relaxing vacation on an unspoilt island with gorgeous architecture, mouthwatering food, and pristine beaches, reading this travel guide on what to do in Astypalaia is all you need to stop dreaming and start planning.
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!
If you’re planning an escape to the Greek Islands, knowing exactly what to do in Paros will definitely make you add this gem of the Cyclades Islands to your itinerary.
The Cyclades Islands are world-renowed for their whitewashed streets and gorgeous beaches and we’re here to show you what to do in Sifnos, one of the most stunning islands in the Aegean Sea.
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!
Port cities in general are fiercely underrated and Puglia’s capital is no exception but this guide is here to show you what to do in Bari and why this charming city is absolutely worth visiting.
No matter its small size, there are quite a few great things to do in Antiparos, the quaint island in the Aegean Sea which even Tom Hanks himself has chosen to call home for the summer.
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.
We often use the word unique to describe places we’ve been to and loved but, in the case of Monemvasia Castle, the word takes on its literal meaning.