08 Jun

Without a doubt, many places in Greece are globally renowned for their exceptional beauty, drawing in hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. Santorini is a destination famous for its stunning caldera, volcanic terrain, beautiful sunsets, vineyards, and wines. While it's true that during summer, the island's most popular villages become crowded, making it challenging to navigate the busy streets, the question remains: how can a global tourist destination appeal to those seeking a more mindful, regenerative, and unique travel experience? 

Originally from Santorini who have had the opportunity to explore the island outside of peak tourist season, we believe that it's possible. The calming pace of life in the island's inner villages, even during the summer, is a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of the main tourist areas. Moreover, the temperate Mediterranean weather lasts until November, providing an excellent opportunity for off-season travel. Spring also offers ferry and air connections throughout the year, making it an ideal time to visit. Additionally, the island is home to permanent residents and a variety of taverns, cafes, and shops that stay open year-round. It's also a treasure trove of history, from archaeological finds to museums and local products. 

Thus, it's vital to understand why you're visiting a place and what you're looking for.

If you're keen to experience Santorini in a more mindful and regenerative way, we highly recommend  checking out our programs!

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