EXPLORING THE VILLAGES OF SANTORINI

EXPLORING THE VILLAGES OF SANTORINI

            Hi, all! Today I just wanted to make this little intro post to share some exciting news about what you will see here on the blog. I have always taught that Santorini is a small island with a lot of character to explore, and what greater way to dive into these various vibes than by exploring the many small villages! This year I will begin my small mini-series of posts on these small hidden gems of the island – each village has its own unique taste and feel and at the same time each one ties perfectly into the overall mood of the island of Santorini.

There is plenty to explore and I think this will be an interesting journey for you and me both. There are 15 villages on the island; the oldest one is Megalochori, but the rest are not much newer. In this series we will dive into each of the villages in a separate blog post, so you will have the chance to get to know what is special about each of them (much like I did in the post about Imerovigli). You could say that each of them is like a wave in a painting of the Aegean Sea and only together they form the marvellous image that is Santorini. Get on board and let’s embark on an adventure!

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Santorini photographer Anna Sulte

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