The town of Oia is the second largest town in Santorini. The blue and white church and traditional windmills are landmarks known worldwide. The blue and white buildings against the backdrop of the Aegean Sea create a gorgeous scene full of romance that attracts honeymooners from all across the globe. In addition to the iconic architecture, many visitors also come here to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets. In the evening, people gather to watch the sunset from a viewing point as the sun slowly sinks into the Aegean Sea. When only a single sliver of sunlight remains, the viewing point erupts into applause as yet another gorgeous sunset comes to an end.
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Veranda views In oia Some wonderful views to be had from here, and of the ruins themselves. Never seemed to get too busy, during the day, which is surprising given the limited size of the space. However, it is packed out like nobody's business at sunset - like those huge huddles of penguins in the Antarctic. Enter at your peril... probably best to tape your camera to your forehead as you won't be able to get your elbows out. Just some tips.
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Sunset in OIA
OIA is located in Santorini Greece and it is the most visited island visitors to Greece a luxury trip. The architecture and the design of the buildings, the views of the landscape and the sea make the city a dream trip for all tourists, at night the city lights are more attractive and many activity took place, I appreciate and I invite to visit.
The village of Oia on the island of Santorini is undoubtedly the most visited Mediterranean village for two reasons. It is a typical Greek village, with its white houses and blue domes but also and above all for its sunsets.
To be honest, if you want to spend a weekend in Oia, it is better to be outside the village. We were in Perigolas, only 1 kilometer from the village. The village of Oia is, of course, charming, but I thought it looked more like a soulless village, no Greeks live there anymore. Then if you go there to see the sunset, you'll have to be patient and prepare yourself a few hours before to have a good place and avoid the crowd. Because it's like an attraction and that's what took all the magic out of it for me, so I decided to visit the village at sunrise because the streets are quieter and you can really enjoy the place without rushing. #awesomepic #unforgettableexperiences #couplestrip #scenicspotguide #travelinspiration #springholiday #instagramworthydestinations
Greece and especially Santorini is one of the most photogenic destinations on earth. Every corner is so pretty, food is delicious and nothing can beat European summer.