Greece has offered generations of newlyweds the experience of both an ancient civilization as well as a vibrant, living culture. The beauty and diversity of the Greek landscape is a perfect honeymoon destination bathed in sunlight all year long.
Your honeymoon in Greece is one of the most memorable experiences of your life. It was in this sacred landscape that romance and love was born. Greece is the birthplace of the winged God Eros, the son of Aphrodite. The Greek Islands are one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in the world Golden beaches, crystal-clear water, tanning beneath a hot sun, delicious cocktails and luxury hotels will all add a little extra shine to your memories of your wedding.
Santorini and Mykonos are among the most popular romantic getaways in Greece.
Mykonos is the most cosmopolitan destination in the Cyclades and it is also the perfect place for a glamorous honeymoon. Mykonos is an island that never sleeps This is the place for the honeymoon trip you’ve always dreamt The immaculate architectural style of the main town (Hóra) of Mykonos, its freshly whitewashed houses and spotlessly clean labyrinthine side streets , are simply magical. Enjoy luxury hotels alongside the island’s beautiful beaches . Most of the luxury hotels are in Áyios Ioánnis, Órnos and alongside the gorgeous beaches of Platís Yialós and Eliá. There are a number of unspoiled little islets around Mykonos which are well worth a visit. To the south west of the island is the islet of Chtapódia (Octopus). Explore Pánormos and head for the northern section of Mykonos, where you will find the picturesque little island of Marmaronísi The three windmills are one of the most popular landmarks of Mykonos. Just beneath the windmills is the area of little Venice a place to enjoy a colorful sunset.
Santorini is a dream come true deep blue waters; white, red and black sand; vertical cliffs; red and black volcanic pebbles and spectacular rock formations .The beaches of Santorini are the strangest and the oddest you have ever seen ! Santorini’s coastal treasures have been profoundly influenced by the volcanic nature of the island. It is a lunar landscape and with the exceptional clarity of the Aegean Sea is unique. The eruption of the volcano Round One , an enormous volcanic blast sunk the center of the island, forming a deep caldera filled with serene blue water and surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs and unusual rock formations. Cave houses were built right into the volcanic rock, luxury hotels and traditional villages with bright white Cycladic houses situated on narrow cobbled streets .Oia is the most famous of all villages of Santorini. It is known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and is certainly the most beautiful and picturesque village of Santorini. The village is situated on top of an impressive cliff and offers a spectacular view over the volcano of Palia and Nea Kameni and the island of Thirassia.