Greek Islands. Wedding On the Edge of the Earth
The wedding ceremony is an important event in the life of every person, so it’s natural that we pay so much attention to every detail in attempts to create an atmosphere of romance, intimacy and untainted happiness. What place on Earth can provide a better environment for such an event than one of the numerous Greek islands that steal the breath away with their beauty? The God-blessed pieces of land, scattered in the azure sea, seem to be created with one sole purpose in mind: to make the dreams of a perfect wedding ceremony come true.
Crete is the largest as well as the most popular island in Greece. Please, do not confuse it with its neighbor Cyprus. Cyprus is a separate country, not a part of Greece. Crete is one of those very few places where every dream seems to come true on its own. Interested in the heritage of ancient civilizations? Welcome to the Minoan Palace! Can not resist the temptation of exploring ancient cities on your own? Welcome to the cities of Chania and Rethymno! Planning to have a professional photoshoot on a beach straight out of the “Bounty” chocolate bar TV advert and at a low price? Crete can make your every dream come true.
Zakynthos, Corfu, Rhodes, Mykonos
The islands of Zakynthos, Corfu, Rhodes and Mykonos that are scattered across the Ionian and Aegean seas are called “the jewels of Greece”. Each one of them is charming in its own way: Zakynthos is famous for its pristine lands and the breathtaking scenery of the Navagio Bay; Corfu—for its Italian atmosphere; Rhodes is rumored to have much in common with Turkish islands, both in spirit and appearance, while Mykonos is widely-known for its beaches and beach parties. And we do not even mention other Greek islands, such as Santorini with its world-famous volcano and beautifully crafted houses!
Only in Greece one can enjoy solitude, recreating on one of the numerous islands lost in the turquoise sea. And only in Greece the language barrier seems to dissipate into nothing. You may talk to the locals who do not speak English, and they will understand you just fine. And where else can you eat a fish that has been swimming in the sea maybe an hour earlier? Guess, there are not so many places where you can enjoy such a dish, except for a Greek restaurant, of course.
And only in Greece people look at the skies more often than under their feet: the sunsets and sunrises are so magnificent in their beauty, they steal the breath away.