[VIDEO] Island Hopping In Greece: Santorini, Milos & Paros Wanderlust
Arriving on each of the Greek islands I visited this September, Santorini, Milos, and Paros, I was blown away by just how breathtakingly picturesque each was. I can confirm, those practically-postcard photos you see of Santorini are completely accurate, whilst up and coming Milos has so many hidden beaches and coves you could spend days exploring them. What was meant to be a relaxing 10-days of island hopping in Greece, quickly became a mission to capture the most stunning spots I could share with you. Oh, and to genuinely take in and enjoy the gorgeous scenery with my partner, of course!
Seriously though, I love putting videos like the one you’re about to watch together, partly because it allows me to reminisce over and over again whilst editing, and partly because I want to spark that wanderlust in you, and help you to narrow down where else should be at the top of your travel bucket list.
FYI, Greece should definitely be at the top of it!
As a super quick overview, Santorini is not overrated in any way (and you can read the reasons why it’s worth your time, even as a backpacker, here), Milos is an authentic, sleepy, beautiful island, and Paros has a gorgeous old town, although I wouldn’t return to this island.
I won’t go into any more detail in this blog post because I just want you to get a quick snapshot from the video below. In the next couple of weeks though, I’ll be sharing more details about each of the islands and the best things to do, so sign up to receive notifications before you leave 😊.
I’ll stop talking now. Feast your eyes on this…
It almost goes without saying that I recommend experiencing island hopping in Greece! I will without a doubt be returning to see more of the 6,000 islands that sit offshore. If you have recommendations on which ones to visit next, I’m all ears.
In the meantime, for more photos and real-time videos about Greece and the other destinations I’ll be visiting in the next few months (Australia, Bali, and who knows where else!), follow me on Instagram 📷 and be sure to leave a comment or send me a message every once in a while if you like what you see there.
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