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Santorini It has long been a firm favorite on everyone's wish list.
Despite the very essence of «The Greek Islands»Looks awesome in travel magazines and social media, is it really an accurate description?
The quintessential landscape of whitewashed buildings against cerulean blue seas is a typical Santorini postcard… but many don't realize that this image was probably painted to perfection.
Let's face it, when we travel abroad, our expectations generally differ from reality due to the misrepresentation of the places we consume so hungry.
There is no denying the fact that the beauty of Santorini is fascinating, but this does not mean that the island is absolutely perfect.
It's time to look beyond those Instagram filters and see Santorini to see what its rugged natural beauty really looks like!
Santorini: an active volcano
¿Did you know that the entire complex of the Santorini islands is still an active volcano (the same as Méthana, Mílos and Nísiros) and probably the only volcano in the world whose crater is in the sea?
The islands that make up Santorini were born as a result of intense volcanic activity.
There were 12 major eruptions, one every 20,000 years or so, and each violent eruption caused the collapse of the central part of the volcano creating a large crater (boiler).
However, the volcano managed to recreate itself over and over again.
The single boiler, the energy and beauty of the island are the most important reasons for being ranked as the best island in Europe and one of the must-see destinations in the world.
Venture into the Santorini coastal treasures and enjoy deep blue waters and beaches with white, red or black sand or volcanic pebbles, spectacular rock formations and stunning lunar landscapes.
Santorini, the youngest volcanic land in the Eastern Mediterranean, Is waiting for you. You can arrive by plane or by boat from Piraeus.
Experience for yourself the unique romance and charm of this aegean pearl.
Images: Stock Photos, by Anastasios71 and Lucian BOLCA on Shutterstock