Canary Islands as sun kissed throughout the year and this makes them an ideal destination for tourists from all over the world. Their family-friendly beaches are also expansive and there is a lot to engage during the day and at night. However, each of these Spanish Canaries boasts of its uniqueness and you should therefore take time to consider your activities of choice to help you pick the right destination for you and your family. Here is a look at some of the most popular among them and what they have to offer:
Mostly as a motivational post, now that summer is all around us, I’ve collected some of the most mesmerizing photos of the Aegean islands! Boarding a Variety Cruise that took me from Pireaus to Kusadasi in Turkey and back again, passing from the unique islands of Ios, Santorini, Patmos, Samos, Delos, Mykonos, Tinos and Kea! Get inspired here:
The small European country that has been making headlines for its defiance to many proposed austerity measures, has actually been put in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons! It’s economy was never strong and, being blatantly honest, Greece doesn’t really produce anything. So, how come they’ve managed so far and expect to overcome even this terrible recession that has lasted over half a decade? One word: Tourism (ok, maybe 3, Tourism and Shipping).
Variety Cruises, one of the most respected cruising companies in Greece has been recognized for excellent service provision. During the Greek Tourism Awards 2015, the company was recognized as the best in the “Small Ship Cruising in Greece” category, beating a number of new and established companies for the coveted Gold Award.
Santorini, a beacon of light and hope for Greece in the middle of the Cyclades. The island is typical of paradise with incredible views, spectacular beaches, and supposedly, the occasional beautiful woman. The only thing missing, was everyone else.
For business or for pleasure, Chania is always a great place to be. Thanks to its beautiful Venetian architecture of the Old Town and the picturesque harbor, the city of Chania is ideal for leisure walks along the waterfront, refreshing cocktails in the bars of Kum Kapi and delicious morning coffee overlooking the calm waters of the harbor. However, if you'd like to explore the wider area of Chania, 3 days is not much, but plan your stay wisely and you'll be amazed by all that beauty you'll come across.