Santorini | Best unusual beach award

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If you visit Santorini (Σαντορίνη) and want a different beach experience you should definitely visit Red Beach (Κόκκινη Άμμος) in Akrotiri. Contrast colors are its main characteristics. The bright turquoise of the sea and the red volcanic cliff next to each other bring wonderful and breathtaking views. We believe that this beach is the most impressive beach in Santorini. 

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Famous shipwrecks

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Famous shipwrecks in Greece According to UNESCO there are more than 3 million shipwrecks in the world. Here is a list of the 3 most famous shipwrecks in Greece.   1. “Panagiotis” ship wrecked in 1980 (Zakynthos/Zante). It is believed that it was carrying contraband cargo and was being chased by the Greek Navy. Locals claim that the ship was placed on the beach to attract more tourists. This is one of the most impressive beaches in Greece. Waters are crystal clear and surely the beach does not need a shipwreck to make it more attractive.   
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  2. “Dimitrios” ship wrecked in 1981 near Gythio. The true story of the ship is unknown but It is believed that the ship encountered financial and engine problems and the owner abandoned it. The shipwreck stands on the sandy beach of Valtaki, a picturesque location.
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3. “Olympia” ship (previously named “Inland”) wrecked in 1979 (Amorgos). It is believed that the ship was crashed by pirates. This popular shipwreck was also featured in Luc Besson’s movie “Big Blue”. 
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The beauty of Anafi island

Anafi Island
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Visit Anafi (Ανάφη) at least once in your lifetime and you will want to come back again and again. A cycladic island with virgin landscape and simple lifestyle that offers vacation away from the crowds and the busy Greek islands.  Anafi has got just one village, the capital named Chora and about 11 sandy and crystal clear beaches (some ideal for nudists and free campers). All beaches are non-organised (no sunbeds or umbrellas, and definitely no beach bars). 
Aghiee Anargiree  Beach – Photo By greektravel

Anafi is also an island of mythological and archaeological interest. Travelers can visit the Monastery of Panagia Kalamiotissa and the Archaeological Museum in Chora. 

Monastery of Panagia Kalamiotissa – Photo By wondergreece

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