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Where To: Greece Travel Mood Board

February 15, 2023 2 min read

Where To: Greece Travel Mood Board

To pay homage to our latest collection, Thálassa, the team has put together a list of our top recommendations for your 2023 Euro Summer getaway. Follow us as we let you in on the hidden gem locations to visit in Greece this year. Skip the tourist hotspots and find yourself in your serene, Grecian haven.

 

 

Well known for it’s traditional roots of age old wineries and architecture, mixed with modern touches of vivid nightlife, Paros Island is a must-see on your next trip to Greece. Spilling with young travellers are the main towns Parikia and Naoussa, making Paros Island ideal for younger crowds.

 

 

Milos is a must-visit if you’re dreaming of bright cliffside havens and crystal-clear beaches. Known for its volcanic geography resulting in stunning rock formations and sea caves, Milos is also a great spot to explore fresh and local seafood, especially in Mandrakia Point and Klima Fishing Village.  Boat tours and charters in Milos are a great way to sight the naturally stunning geography, explore the crystal waters and go for a dip!  

 

 

If you’re after a luxe, cosmopolitan experience in the Greek seaside, only a short travel south from the country’s capital is the Athens Riviera. A dotted coastline of yachts and catamarans compliments the mainland’s array of fine dining restaurants, extraordinary bars and lush shopping destinations.

 

 

Our final spot on the list is Naxos, a serene and calm destination ideal for travelling families. Sprawling with walkable towns and historical architecture, Naxos attracts less tourists but offers incredible beaches, alfresco dining experiences, but at the same time is considerably more affordable to travel to. Naxos features gorgeous traditional archaeology which is also child-friendly and ideal for explorative little ones.

Thálassa, drop one, is online now, with our second part arriving March 1st. 



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