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Honeymoon Packages in Greece

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We have been to Greece and can help you plan your dream Greek Island honeymoon to Santorini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Crete or any of the amazing Greek Islands. We have customized a few different options, but can also customize something just for the two of you based on your budget and time parameters.

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Santorini: Jaw Dropping Views, Spectacular Scenery, and the most romantic island in Greece

The Greek island of Santorini Greece or Thera is located in the Cyclades islands, in the Aegean Sea, Santorini Island is the most famous honeymoon destination. It is a small group of volcanic islands and its name was given by the Venetian in reference to Saint Irene. The island was also called Strongili and Kalisti and was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions but what remains today is a submerged volcano and a caldera.The island of Santorini is related to the myth of Atlantis, the amazing views from the villages of Fira, Oia perched on cliffs, the sunset, the black and red beaches

Explore the island’s towns

Fira is the picturesque capital of the island and it is perched high up on the edge of the Caldera, it looks like a marvellous painting. Fira, together with Oia, Imerovígli and Firostefani located high above on a cliff, make up the so-called “Caldera’s eyebrow”, the balcony of Santorini, which offers an amazing view of the volcano.

A visit to Santorini is the ultimate gastronomic experience, as the island is a true culinary paradise! Treat your taste buds to some famous traditional products like cherry tomatoes, white egg plants, fava, caper a special kind of fresh goat cheese found on the island, or why not try some of the exceptional wines produced from grapes grown in the volcanic soil of the island! Assyrtiko, Athyri, Aidani, Mantilaria and Mavrotragano are just some of the distinctive varieties that you can taste at the island’s famous wineries (some of them operate as a museum as well) or at restaurants.

Venture into Santorini’s seaside treasures and enjoy deep blue waters and beaches with white, red or black sand or volcanic pebbles, spectacular rock formations and impressive lunar landscapes.
Santorini, the youngest volcanic land in the Eastern Mediterranean, is waiting for you! You can reach it by plane or by ship from Piraeus. Don’t think twice! Experience for yourself the once-in-a-lifetime romance and charm of this pearl of the Aegean.

Fira to Oia- a Classic Hiking trail

This is the classic hiking trail many people take every day. It will take you 3 hours to cover the 9 km distance from Fira to Oia. Altitude differences are not significant. The Caldera rim will keep you on the right track.

For many people, the most beautiful part of the trail starts from Prophet Elias. There is a road sign showing the way to Oia, and you should go downhill until you reach the asphalt road on the crossroads to Pori beach. Follow the asphalt road for about 300 metres and you will see the trail starting again near the col.
From here on, take all your strength to climb the famous Mavro Vouno (Black Mountain), also well-known for its dazzling sunset. At the top, you will find the small church of Stavros (Cross): From here you can enjoy the wonderful view of Oia, and then start downhill towards Prophet Elias of Oia. You will be there in 10' and in another 5' you will have reached the desalination plant. From there you can either follow the asphalt road to get to the village, or the small path.

The Ancient Vineyard in Santorini

The vineyard of Thera is one of the most peculiar in the world as is almost everything on this volcanic island of the Aegean Sea. The vines flourish here not only because they can withstand drought but also because they are one of the few wooden plants whose roots can penetrate the Theran land.
For centuries vines and wines have played a fundamental role in the island's economic, social and financial life. The production of the vineyards exceeded the needs of the population, so it was exported, specially at the time shipping had developed.

Mykonos Island- Beaches, Snorkeling, Nightlife and Hiking

Mykonos island is part of the Cyclades islands group located in the Aegean Sea, at coordinates 37?27' N 25?26' E, near Paros and Santorini. Mykonos Greece is the most famous and popular island of the Greek Islands and attracts thousands of visitors every year. Mykonos island is famous for its cosmopolitan atmosphere, its exciting nightlife, its picturesque Cycladic capital full of whitewashed houses and blue domed churches and its magnificent sandy beaches.

Crete: the largest of all the Greek Islands

Crete island is the largest of Greece and is located in the south of the Aegean Sea. Crete is one of the most famous Greek islands. It is separated in 4 prefectures: Chania, Heraklion, Lassithi and Rethymno. The island has everything to offer: mountainous landscapes, a coast with many beautiful beaches and rocky coves, beautiful towns and charming villages and harbors, excellent food, ruins of the Minoan Civilization, one of the greatest civilization ever, an exciting nightlife

PAROS ISLAND: The Island of Romance and Seclusion

The cosmopolitan island of Paros in the Aegean Archipelago has a rich cultural history, stunning natural scenery, bountiful produce, and warm hospitable people. It is located in the heart of the complex of the Cyclades islands, a group of islands taking their name from the circle they form around the island of Delos, a sacred island in Greek antiquity.

Characterized by gentle rolling hills, pretty whitewashed villages, picturesque harbour towns, stunning beaches and historic churches, Paros is a paradise island with something to offer visitors of all ages and interests.

Paros Beaches
Paros’ 120km of coastline offers a mix of stunning beaches, idyllic harbours and extraordinary natural rock formations. Agia Irini, Parasporos, Farangas, Alyki, Pounta, Golden Beach, Dryos, Molos, Tsoukalia, Kolymbithres, Monastiri, Santa Maria are just a few of Paros’ beautiful award-winning beaches.

Paros Natural Beauty
The island of Paros is home to an absolute abundance of plant life. Wild flowers, herbs, fruit and olive trees, gorse and medicinal plants all combine to create a rich tapestry of colourful natural beauty and unforgettable sights. Much of the island’s plant life features in traditional spa treatments and remedies, including those used by the Yria Island Boutique Hotel Astir Spa.

Paros Wildlife
As well as plant life, Paros is a veritable oasis for wildlife. Its position in the Cyclades islands makes it a popular resting point for birds migrating north from Africa, and it is home to approximately 200 species of birds throughout the year, including gulls, cormorants, peregrine falcons and eagles. 5,000 marine species inhabit the coasts of the Cyclades islands and many of them can be found in the clear waters surrounding Paros. The island also boasts the largest fleet of fishing boats in the whole Cyclades, and delicious fresh fish forms an important part of Parian cuisine.

Paros History
Paros has a wealth of tradition to draw on, tracing its inhabited history back some 6,000 years. The Cycladic, Minoan and Mycenean civilizations have all left their mark on Paros, with archaeological remains of palaces, towns and temples scattered throughout the island. Many of the island’s most impressive archeological finds are housed in the Paros Archaeological Museum in Parikia.

Marathi Ancient Marble Quarries
Visit the site of a historic marble quarry which produced the world famous Parian marble which was used by sculptors to produce masterpieces like Aphrodite of Milos (Venus de Milo). Legend has it that this very quarry produced the marble used for Napoleon’s tomb. From the quarry you can hike around the local area, including the Agioi Pantes mountain, the highest point on the island offering spectacular views of all the Cyclades islands.

Kelafou Hill & the Monastery of Saint Antonio
An interesting hike starts from the village of Marpissa in the south east of Paros, and leads up Kelafou hill, past the ruins of a Venetian castle, to the 17th century monastery of Saint Antonio and offers amazing views of the eastern side of the island.

Home to the ruins of a 5th century Temple of Apollo, this historic was built atop a hill to provide a direct line of sight to the sacred island of Delos. This location offers impressive views of the other Cyclades islands.

Paros Marble
For an island so prized for its natural bounty, it is hardly surprising that Paros is best known for one of its natural products. Parian marble is world famous, and has been cherished since the 6th century BC for its unique texture, purity, translucency and flexibility. It was used by the renowned Ancient Greek sculptor Scopas, and features in the Temples of Apollo at Delphi and at Delos, the Temple of Zeus in Olympia and the sculptures of Hermes of Praxiteles and Venus de Milo.

Naoussa Town
The pretty town of Noussa on the north coast of Paros is home to a picturesque fishing harbour and Venetian castle, as well as many churches. The nearby Kolympithres bay features extraordinary rock formations created by the sea, and a sandy beach with small coves. The 17th century Loggovarda monastery nearby is also worth a visit.

Lefkes Village
Located in the centre of the island, the picturesque traditional village of Lefkes has lovely winding marble paved streets and charming examples of classic Cycladic village architecture as well as the church of Agia Triada (Holy Trinity). Lefkes also offers a view of the island of Naxos. There are plenty of routes for hiking enthusiasts here – with a walk to the Monastery of Agios Georgios, and a 5km ancient Byzantine marble pathway connecting Lefkes with the village of Podromos.

Archaeological Museum of Paros
The island’s archaeological museum is located in the capital Parikia, and chronicles the rich history of Paros. Exhibits include archaic and classical sculptures, as well as pottery and artefacts from the Neolithic to Roman periods. Highlights are the marble statues of Artemis, Nike and Gorgon.

Panagia Ekatontapyliani Church
Also located in Parikia, this impressive Byzantine church is well worth a visit as it is one of the most important churches in all of Greece. Also known as the Church of 100 Doors, Panagia Ekantontapyliani can trace its history back to the 4th century.

Greece Honeymoon Activities and Cruises

Half Day Mykonos Island Tour - Unforgettable!

During this tour, see and visit the most interesting places on the island. The first destination is the beach of Saint Ioannis with its picturesque little church. Get an idea of the inside of a Greek church (over 400 on the island.) Then the bus passes by Ornos beach, Saint Stefano beach, and Tourlos harbor, where all cruise boats embark and disembark the visitors by small boats. The tour continues to the most distant beaches, such as Kalafatis and Santa Anna. Afterwards visit the village of Ano Mera, well known for the monastery of Panagia Tourliani and the typical little square with the Greek taverns. Have the opportunity to taste Ouzo and octopus. After visiting the monastery and enjoying the enchanting sunset, return to Mykonos. Pickup from hotel; details to be advised locally.

Mykonos Delos Tour- a must do in Mykonos

Sail from Mykonos to the island of Delos, which was once the religious center of the Aegean and Cyclades. According to myth, Latonna gave birth to Apollo, the Greek sun god, and Artemis, the huntress and goddess of marriage and fertility on the island. View the Sacred Harbor, and the regal Sacred Way, flanked by stone lions leading to the temples dedicated to Apollo and Artemis. Visit the museum housing archaeological artifacts found on the island and the tourist pavilion.

Santorini Volcano Cruise - amazing and lovely

Enjoy a cruise aboard the motorized sailing boat "Pegasus" around the breathtaking island of Santorini. Sail to the island of Nea Kameni, and walk up to the still active volcano for a view of the Caldera. Sail to the island of Palea Kameni, where you will have the opportunity to swim in the bay in the water warmed by the sulfur springs. Continue to the island of Therasia, for some free time, perhaps ride a mule to the village of Manolas. Return to the port of Athinios in Santorini in the afternoon passing by the beautiful cliffs and Oia.

Santorini Volcano Cruise

The tour begins with a panoramic drive through the city center of Athens. View Constitution Square, the Houses of Parliament, and the Evzones, an elite unit of light infantry, wearing their traditional uniform Continue on to the Panathenaic Stadium, site of the first modern Olympic Games and the only major all-marble stadium in the world. Then, visit the Temple of Zeus and Hadrian's Arch. Finally, visit the Acropolis to see such monuments as the Propylea, the Temple of Athena Nike, the Erechteion, and the Parthenon, often considered the most perfectly proportioned building ever constructed. Tour departs at 8:45 AM. Pick-up from hotel approximately 30-60 minutes prior to departure time.

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