Rimini, the sea in winter

Italy, Rimini
After touring the town of Rimini, we couldn’t miss the opportunity to explore the seaside. Besides it is considered the most famous beach in Italy! We should admit that this ‘out-of-the-question’ coastal zone during the summer months, off-season it has a strange appeal. It is no exaggeration to say that, from visual point of view, it is a real gold mine! Decadence and melancholy are perhaps the main themes but there’s more

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Voidokilia, a super beach and a small secret

Greece, Peloponnese, Voidokilia Beach
Voidokilia is rightly considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. Apart its extreme natural beauty, the beach is totally unspoiled; no construction is allowed near the beach, being part of a protected wildlife reserve. Of course it’s very popular during the peak season, but fortunately the crowds prefer to gather next to the parking lot. A few hundred meters afar there’s always a secluded strand of white sand. And there’s more!

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Rhamnous, ancient glory in the fields


Not far away from Athens, just a couple of kilometers after Marathon, lies the best preserved ancient village of Attica’s classical era. Rhamnous or Ramnous is situated in an idyllic hilly landscape overlooking the South Evoikos Gulf and it’s a wonderful place to be whether you want to feel like Indiana Jones in the search for ancient traces or just take a walk. Nearby there is an excellent  beach where we spent a peaceful night (first week of May).

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