0 Flares Twitter 0 Facebook 0 Google+ 0 StumbleUpon 0 Pin It Share 0 Buffer 0 Email — Filament.io 0 Flares × Mild winters, sunny and warm summers and the occasional cool, refreshing breezes are ubiquitous on the Mediterranean Sea. The views are stunning, the atmosphere laid back and the food is always fresh and delicious. One may think the Mediterranean is surely expensive and overpopulated. I mean, with all that natural beauty, who wouldn’t want to settle down there to retire? And yet, it isn’t truly out of reach. Many areas are still rather quiet and affordable. The dream of enjoying the rest of your days wandering deserted islands along the crystal blue sea is still attainable.
Greece – Samos
300 days of sunshine and clear skies. Need I say more? Alright, how about the charming cobble-stone streets, numerous stunning beaches, its rich history, low cost of living, absence of crime, and super-friendly people? In the summer, expect to be outside all the time exploring the town on f..READ MORE
4 Cities from Greek Mythology You Can Visit Today Greek mythology is a collection of hundreds of tales of gods punishing or aiding mortals, heroes defeating the monsters or saving the city, and beings both man and beast embarking on epic journeys. These are stories that personify the different aspects of man and were used by people in ancient times as a means of explaining the world around them. They are legends with themes and messages that are, to this day, embedded in our stories, architecture, and forms of government. And they are full of cities dedicated to one of the Gods of Olympus.
So, are these cities still around for us to visit? Many of them only exist in excavations and can only be visited by use of a DeLorean or a TARDIS (you sci-fi fans know what I’m talking about). However, several of these places are still inhabited, and actively accepting visitors and tourists. While some have changed names, and others have moved slightly from their original sites, these citie..
Tips for Planning the Best Honeymoon Trips Planning a honeymoon in Europe? Or another amazing destination? No matter where you and your loved one want to spend your honeymoon, keep these planning tips in mind.
Best Honeymoon Tips At this crazy time when you are about to spend months planning your wedding, you might not have enough time to think about the honeymoon. However, it is important that you make time to plan your honeymoon. After all, the actual wedding is a short affair that will last a few hours while the honeymoon can last up to several weeks.
Romantic art inspired by Sappho. Errisos Beach, Lesbos.
Here are some tips that will come in handy when planning your honeymoon:
Do Not Wait Until the Last Minute Most couples leave their honeymoon planning until the last minute. Knowing where you want to go does not mean that you have planned the honeymoon. Waiting until the last minute will only make things more expensive for you. To avoid this, you should start planning ..
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Europe Published on January 30, 2019 | by Andrea Guerriero
10 Exciting Things to do in the Blissful Island of Zakynthos When planning for that Greek holidays of yours, the majestic islands of Santorini, Mykonos, Crete and Corfu are probably already on top of your list of grandiose places to visit in Greece. Whether it may be strolling around the impressive white stone houses in Santorini, learning more about the history of the long-lived Greek ruins in Mykonos, or venturing out to Angelokastro Castle in Corfu to learn about art and do some sightseeing, you will never run out of awesome and exciting things to include in your detailed travel itinerary for your upcoming vacation in beautiful Greece.
But, what about taking a little detour from the usual tourist spots in Greece and heading to the heavenly paradise of Zakynthos instead? If you have never heard of Zakynthos, it’s a blissful island in Greece located at the Eastern part of the Ionian Sea. The island is surrounded with fine whi..