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Black, Red, White… oh my!
When most people think of Santorini, their minds tend to imagine the amazing cliffside, known as the famous caldera, and the plethora of white buildings and blue-domed churches perched along its precipice. While this gorgeous volcanic island has the magnificent caldera stretched across its west coast, offering a splendor of layered colors representing its rich volcanic history, it is important to note the magnitude of gorgeous beaches outlining the entire south and east coast of the island.
Part 3 – Touring the island on a Private Tour with Santorini Experts
Boarding a cruise ship to explore the exquisite Greek islands? Do you know how you will spend your one day when you disembark the volcanic island of Santorini? In the previous blogs, I have written about what you may expect if you decide to plan a day unguided and do it alone or if you choose to take one of the large group tours offered by your cruise ship. In this blog, however, I will write about what you could expect if you decided to take a private, customized tour with a local, expert guide from Santorini Experts.
Oh sweet, alluring Santorini… an island that is so special and unique in many ways, is the home to some rare produce that cannot be found anywhere else on Earth. One of these exclusive fruits is the white eggplant, which is quite large in size and has a savory sweet taste.
Part 2 – Touring the island on an Organized Group Cruise Tour
Traveling to Santorini on a cruise ship? Thinking of taking one of the organized group tours that the ship offers? Read the following blog to see what you may expect.
"Santorini has been on my bucket list most of my life. I’m happy to say that this old-timer can finally check this one off. We were on a family cruise to discover the islands of Greece for my granddaughter’s college graduation celebration. The itinerary was Patmos on Thursday, Mykonos on Friday and now Santorini.
Part 1 – Touring the island unguided
Are you coming to Santorini on a cruise ship this season? Read our blogs on a cruise passenger’s perspective to see what you may expect. This will help you best plan how you will spend your one day on this wondrous island.
Due to the date we thought another recipe would be in order: Vasilopita. It is the cake every family in Greece cuts for good luck in the New Year on Saint Basil's day, the 1st of January. A coin called "flouri" is hidden in the cake by slipping it into the dough before baking.