The chic island of Santorini is deliciously different. Santorini offers some of the most striking natural scenery in the Mediterranean: the island is formed by the crater of an underwater volcano whose submarine caldera is considered to be the largest in the world.
The island of Santorini offers a dazzling panorama from the white village perched at the top of the long, sheer cliff that rises from 80 to 120 m in height. It is magnificent.
You will also discover its popular black volcanic beaches, eclectic cuisine, beautiful art galleries, lively nightlife as well as excellent wines.
Mykonos is the trendy island of the Cyclades. It has lost nothing of its legendary charm and still exerts its power of seduction with its small white houses with blue shutters, its labyrinth of winding streets, windmills and dovecotes, as well as a myriad of small churches and superb restaurants and cafes.
Mykonos also boasts of heavenly beaches and many small, isolated coves.
Its port has maintained a surprising traditional activity, and if you visit it in the morning, you will see many fishermen selling their fish on the waterfront.
Mykonos has the reputation of being an island where the nightlife is particularly frenetic, but it is also a glamourous venue for the rich and famous who come to anchor their yachts!
Like fragments of mountain strewn over the sea with an austere beauty, the Cyclades archipelago is located in the south of the Aegean Sea and comprises approximately 250 islands, islets and rocks.
Only 24 of the islands are inhabited. Its glittering white villages, small fishing ports and coves with crystal clear waters make it a paradise with a particularly gentle lifestyle. There is something for everyone in the Cyclades, whether they be party animals, lovers of peaceful, wild scenery or archaeology buffs…