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Sunrise Akrotiri Santorini

7 Things to know before moving to Santorini

Dreaming to live in Santorini? There are a few things you need to know before moving. I receive quite a lot of emails from people, who are in love with this unique island, asking for advice. So I hope this post could be helpful…

Eros Beach Vlychada Santorini

Vlychada, a unique hidden landscape in Santorini

Forget the blue domes, forget the volcano! Santorini has a very unique landscape, Vlychada! Vlychada is an area in the south of the island, passed Megalochori and further down the Red Beach, on the way to Perissa. It is famous for its peaceful beach…

Oia fira hike santorini

Hike from Oia to Fira – Things to do in Santorini

One of the best things to do while in Santorini is the hike from Oia to Fira (or the other way around). It’s a very unique experience, you walk from one village to the other, following a path on the caldera. It might not…

Visiting Oia during the sunset

Oia, the Queen of Sunsets at Sunrise

Even if you have not been in Greece once in your life (shame on you!), you know Oia, one of the village of Santorini, the one very famous for the sunset. If you type ”Greece” in google images, most of the pictures you will…

Akrotiri, south village in Santorini, Cyclades

Live the authentic atmosphere of Santorini: Akrotiri

If you think that Santorini is just for sunsets, honeymoons, high-end tourism, you are very far from the truth! You can still find the authentic spirit of the island in many villages, like my beloved Akrotiri. Akrotiri is a small town in the very…

The famous Red Beach on the greek island of Santorini

The Red Beach

One of the most famous beach in Santorini and in the world is only 20min walking distance from where I live. Probably it’s one of the first place I visited when I came to the island ten years ago. I believe it is indeed…

Megalochori, a village in the south of the greek island of Santorini


Megalochori is one of my favorite villages on the island. It seats on the South since the 17th century, in a hollow surrounded by tones of vineyards. It has a very chilled out atmosphere, sometime a bit ghost-ish which makes sense to me as…