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Celebrate Your New Marriage with a Honeymoon in Santorini, Greece

by Tiffany Chisholm

Mar 23, 2020

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Destinations / Europe

Santorini is a Greek Island with beautiful, hilly terrain. It is a great spot for honeymooners as it offers culture, music, food and beaches.

 

Hike the Cliffs of Santorini
You and your significant other can take a popular hike from Fira to Oia. The hike takes three–five hours and provides scenic views from the top of the cliff and beautiful views overlooking the sea with whitewashed walls as a backdrop.

 

Jump Into the Mediterranean Sea
The Amoudi Bay in Oia provides a great spot for you and your love to jump into the deep waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

 

Visit a Winery
Honeymoons are a time to have fun, so take advantage and get liquored up during your time away. Santorini offers a lot of wine tours. Check out this website to see the kinds of wine tours you can take to break up the trip.

 

Go Sailing
There is nothing better than sailing across the Mediterranean with drinks, good food and the company of calm waves. Bonus? It has health benefits. Sailing can improve cardiovascular fitness, mental wellness and much more.

 

Enjoy Perissa Beach
Perissa is a beach with black lava sand and dark blue beach waters.  You can sunbathe and take in the distinctive views.

 

Enjoy the Food and Culture 
You can enjoy traditional Greek food while visiting, and it is the best place to eat gyro. Visit local food spots and explore the culture at museums, events and on tours. Some of the best restaurants in Santorini include Selini Restaurant, Koukoumavlos and AKTAION.

 

Catch the Rising and Setting Sun
Watch the colors spread across the sky as the sun rises in the morning. The views are breathtaking and can make you feel pure bliss. It can make for beautiful postcards and even better silhouettes in photographs. Sunsets at the top of the cliff are gloriously beautiful so you and your spouse can enjoy dinner and a drink as the sun goes down.

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