Travel Inspiration from Greece. I lived in Greece for about four months and although I spent most of my time in Thessaloniki, Athens had an incredible amount to offer. Everything from gorgeous scenic views that pictures could never do justice, history, culture, delicious food, a wild night life, architecture, and a beautifully relaxed way of [...]
As the nights draw in, it’s unlikely that anyone’s thoughts are going to turn to living it up on the Mediterranean. The days of sun, sea and surplus cocktails are firmly behind us.
With an exquisite 1,000 kilometer-long coastline dotted with numerous coves, bays and peninsulas, Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest in the Mediterranean. White sandy beaches that look out over the clear blue seas of the Mediterranean make the island one of Europe’s most popular holiday destination. Beyond the beaches, its spine of impressive mountains — the highest Psiloritis, is 2,456 metres high and snow capped during winter, the southwest is barren and impenetrably rocky, while the east and south are both fertile.