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56° 7' 49" N, 106° 20' 48" W

It only takes two minutes to fall in love with Greece. As soon as you set foot on this land, you will have this magical feeling of stepping back in time and being transported to the time of Greek mythology! It's a captivating universe, a welcoming people, hundreds of chapels overlooking the landscape, islands located in the middle of the Aegean Sea and sunsets like you've never seen anywhere else. OPA!

<< Here, sunsets are literally an activity in themselves. People look for the most beautiful places (in height) and as soon as the sun crosses the horizon, they applaud >>.

This page dedicated to Greece is evolving, that is to say that there are possibilities that I add information to it over time. I therefore advise you to come and take a look at it.

The Cyclades

Located in the South of the Aegean Sea, the Cyclades constitute an archipelago of Greece which includes about 250 islands of which only 24 are inhabited. Whether you arrive by sea or air, the spectacle is just as magnificent. Obviously, the most popular question that tourists ask is: <<Which island(s) should we visit>>? While Santorini, Mykonos and Ios are very popular islands and rather known for the festive atmosphere and the ''nightlife'', Naxos and many others have left a more serene and authentic imprint. Whichever island you choose, don't hesitate to taste the local cuisine (gyros, Greek salad, Greek coffee, etc.) and stroll through the alleys to admire all the splendor of the cycladic architecture. Some volcanic landscapes give way to white, red or even black sand beaches, to ''cliffs'' (from where some people find the courage to jump) or even to hot thermal springs. If you're not too much of a landscape type, opt for shopping, touring wineries/cafes or even renting a ''quad'' or ''scooter'' to explore the surroundings. Don't be surprised, you will see churches, domes and steeples very often. Some islands are crowded with tourists during the summer period, so if you want to get sublime photos (without anyone or almost by your side), I suggest that you prioritize the periods at sunrise and even at ''Blue Hour'' (before the sun rises).


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