These are my top3 honeymoon destinations in Greece!
I love Mani, mainly because it was our honeymoon choice! It’s quiet, ideal for romantic getaways for two. It’s unique in the whole world, with a color that will stay with you forever. Its architecture, its blue sea and its brown land creates a breathtaking scenery. Diros Cave exploring, Cape Tainaro hiking, rocky beaches exploring and village hopping (I recommend Limeni, Aeropoli, Gerolimenas and Oitylo, to avoid long drives) are the best things to do there. While the reknowed local food, its fresh fish and some dreamy hotels will make your stay unforgettable!
Santorini is one of the world’s most famous honeymoon destinations. As a Greek, I recommend it as well. It’s actually the first island I ever visited and it’ll always hold a special place in my heart. I’d love to go again, with the love of my life, and enjoy Santorini they ideal way: strolling along the quaint pathways, enjoying amazing meals with a view to the Aegean, staring at the sun as it sets into the blue sea from Oia, and of course, staying at one of these dreamy hotels, in a suite with an infitinity pool overlooking the caldera. I can’t think of a better way to spend a second honeymoon. How about you, for your first?
A top destination in Greece, Crete is a large island ideal for adventure seeking newlyweds. There is so much to do here, that not even a dreamy hotel with a private beach and a breathtaking view won’t keep you inside. Some of the best beaches in Greece are in Crete (Balos, Elafonisi, Preveli). As well as two of the most important ancient monuments (Knossos, Faistos). Traditional villages are the ideal exploration opportunity, especially for a chance to savour the famous dishes of the delicious local cuisine in the setting they deserve (I recommend Sfakia village in Chania county, Moundros village in Rethymno county and Anatoli village in Lasithi county). Add to that the experience of hiking the world famous Samaria gorge and there you have it: the best honeymoon for the romantic explorers!
Όλες οι φωτογραφίες είναι δικές μου, εκτός από της Σαντορίνης, που είναι από το santorini.gr