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Greek Island Hopping Honeymoon Features Paros and Santorini

The Beaches of Paros combined with the Cliffs of Santorini spells perfection! from $1549pp

Greek Island Hopping Honeymoon Features Paros and Santorini

Greek Island Hopping Honeymoon Package Features The Islands of Paros and Santorini

The Stunning Beaches of Paros + Ancient Cliffs of Santorini, Sunset Cruise Included with optional stop in Athens

Your Honeymoon begins on the beautiful Greek Island of Paros known for its unique authentic charm and golden sandy beaches

  • Arrival Paros: Couples can arrive in Paros by flight from Athens, There are several flights a day.
  • Couples will spend 4 days/ 3 nights at the Kanales Paros Hotel
  • Seaview Room included ( subject to availability)
  • Daily Breakfast for two included ( add dinner plan for $199 additional)
  • our experts suggestions:
  • Day one relax at the pool or beautiful beach
  • Day two take a short ferry to the island of Naxos to see the temple of Apollo
  • Day three explore the island of Paros by ATV and visit the Paros Archeological museum
  • hotel tax included
  • Upgrade to the Luxury Yria hotel in a junior suite add $199 per person
  • Ferry for two to the island of Santorini, a one hour ferry ride away

The breathtaking ancient island of Santorini, Greece with optional luxury upgrades

  • Arrival on the beautiful island of Santorini where you will both be mesmerized by the spectacular setting and views from just about everywhere
  • Four Days/ Three nights at the On the Rocks hotel with knock your socks off views
  • Hotel is carved into the rocks of Imerovigli, parts of which can still be seen in its interiors.
  • Superior Seaview room with daily breakfast included
  • The terrace offers amazing Santorini volcano views
  • Our experts advise:
  • Day one- Enjoy your spectacular views from your hotel and relax by the pool
  • Day two- Take the famous hike from Fira to Oia villages
  • Day three- Watch the sunrise from the Oia Castle, then enjoy the cruise included
  • Optional upgrades to Alta Mare by Adronis in a suite with jacuzzi from $550pp
  • Bonus Sunset Oia and Sunset Boat Cruise Included with hot springs visit
  • hotel tax included
  • Invaluable destination tips from our experts included

Optional - Add an Athens 3 day/ 2 night stopover

  • Optional Athens Stopover for 3 days/ 2 nights from $279 per person at the Herodian hotel, or upgrade to the NEW Hotel a swanky modern boutique hotel from $320 per person. We can add an Athens morning walk tour to the highlights of Athens from $50 per person.

Important note about air fare to the Greek Islands: the air fare is not included with this package, however, we can book it for you, or you can book your own air fare - typically the air fare from any US City to Santorini and then flying home from Mykonos starts at about $1200 per person - and up to $2000 per person during peak times. Peak season can begin in mid June- mid September. Low season end of April - May and end of September to October 20th. The season ends mid October.

Package rate from $1549 per person based on June rates, slightly lower for April/ May and higher for July to Mid September. Low season starts in October. This package is booked up well in advance. small deposit holds your space ($199 per person locks in your reservation) rates highly subject to change.

We can add air fare from any US City to Greece

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Complimentary Honeymoon Bonuses

  • Anniversary discount travel voucher- a $50-100.00 credit towards a future trip with us
  • Exclusive 20% savings on exclusive tropical travel wear from Barbara Gerwit Designs as seen on Good Morning America, CBS news and more.

About Our Rates and honeymoon packages:

Our rates are subject to change, and based on "per person" (pp) for 2 people traveling based on the amount of nights listed for each package, and are not "per night". We can add nights and air fare to any package, rates are based on honeymoon season ( May to Oct) never valid over major holiday periods. Hawaii packages do not include resort fees or parking. Passport required for International travel, must be valid for 6 months from travel date.

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On The Rocks Hotel Santorini

Romantic boutique hotel On the Rocks in Santorini Greece is literally carved into the rocks of Imerovigli, parts of which can still be seen in its interiors. This 4 star romantic hotel in Imerovigli encapsulates the very essence of Santorini island, with the Mediterranean blue and white colors and the natural igneous rock.

On The Rocks boutique hotel, an acclaimed member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, stands proudly at 200 meters above the Caldera basin. Situated in the famous village of Imerovigli, On the Rocks hotel with Caldera view lays at 10 minutes away from the island's capital Fira and 10km from Santorini’s airport and Athinios port. Moreover, due to its privileged location is the perfect starting point to explore the magnificent island of Santorini.

Right by the large swimming pool, overlooking the indigo Aegean Sea, there is bar service available exclusively for hotel guests. Vacationers may enjoy their favorite refreshments, exotic cocktails, delicious snacks and savory delicacies while they surrender to the soothing notes of relaxing music and the arresting views of the unparalleled scenic landscape of Santorini.

Quietly nestled amidst the azure Aegean and the crimson sky of Santorini Island in Greece, On the Rocks romantic boutique hotel in Imerovigli offers a tranquil repose for couples seeking a relaxing getaway in Santorini island in Greece.

From the delightful pool bar serving exotic cocktails and the exhilarating romantic spa suite, to one of the most intimate honeymoon suites in Imerovigli, this quality member of the small luxury hotels of the world is a secluded honeymoon hideaway for couples. The romantic hotel in Imerovigli On the Rocks is a boutique hotel with Caldera view embracing traditional Cycladic elegance and contemporary luxury.

On the Rocks 4 star sea view accommodation in Santorini reflects the stunning beauty of Santorini in a white and blue Cycladic symphony of colors. Infused with traditional elements and baroque nuances, all volcano view rooms and suites of this quality Caldera view hotel inspire sheer relaxation and comfort. The authentic decor highlights the stately elegance in spacious Caldera view rooms and Caldera view suites.


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.

Characterised 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.

“We are still thankful for your recommendation of Paros and then Santorini!

It is absolutely idyllic and authentic. There is of course plenty of things to do but it does not feel ‘touristy’. Since we rented a vehicle (I think this is a must), we were able to explore the entire island. There are many beautiful and interesting villages but I would highly recommend staying in Naousa. It is ‘pinterest’ perfect, with endless, winding streets with white washed building covered in flowers, dotted with blue domes and a beautiful waterfront.
Kanale’s was a great location, we could walk to the square in under 5 minutes. There are numerous shops, cafes and restaurants and things don’t really come alive until after 10:00 at night. It’s best to mark reservations at the restaurants ahead of time.

We went to one called Open Garden. I had pasta that was the best food I had even eaten in my life. It was so good, we went back the next night and we both had it. Everyone in Paros was very open and friendly. We were very happy with Kanale’s. We had a great view of the ocean from our balcony and our room was very nice.

The buffet breakfast was fantastic and of course great views from the rooftop.
The staff was very pleasant and helpful, other than the one women who was there on the weekend. Our other favourite place on the island was Lefkes, it’s the original capital and inland. It was quite windy at the coast but we got relief from that here. Another place to make sure to explore is Paros Port. It’s busier here but there is lots to see and do. The entire island has great beaches and they’re all really different.

The location of Paros was great because, as you suggested, we easily took the ferry (about 15 minutes) to Antiparos for a day. The port town there is very cute, similar to Naousa, not busy at all. We drove to the Caves of Antiparos, at the centre of the island. It was a very unique experience to go in and, outside, you have a wonderful, 360 degrees view of the island and sea. We spent much of our day there relaxing on a secluded beach.

We also took a ferry from Paros Port to Naxos for a day. This was more involved, the ferry ride was almost an hour long. Naxos felt very different. The port there is quite busy, with plenty of shopping and neat places to eat. Many of the shops are integrated within the remains of a castle. Jordan really enjoyed the Archeological Museum there and walking out to the Portara is a must. We did this both in the day and after dark. We also drove inland to see the Temple of Demeter. The drive through the countryside and mountains was amazing.

I know they aren’t planning to go but I have to mention Santorini, it was surreal. It was very much worth the ‘splurge’ here. The Alta Mare was magic.

Our room had two balconies, one where we ate our breakfast with a view of the sloping village of Oia and the other with a stunning view of the caldera and volcano, with a hot tub and direct access to the infinity pool. We were treated like royalty there, it was so special. The room was amazing, we were greeted with sparkling wine and fruit, a complimentary bottle of wine, each day they left snacks, water and a weather report.

The breakfast selection was huge. When we returned to our room on our final evening, they had lit candles and sprinkled rose petals throughout. They even give a parting gift and message. Oia definitely was packed with people in the evenings but it was the most romantic place we could have imagined.

Cailen Smith

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