“…like that star of the waning summer who beyond all stars rises bathed in the ocean stream to glitter in brilliance.”
― Homer, The Iliad
The Voidomatis River is a tributary of the mighty Aoös river located in the Ioannina regional unit in northwestern Greece. One of Europe’s cleanest and lesser known water wonders, the river is part of the amazing Vikos–Aoös National Park. The drone video below from epirustravel.eu reveals a part of Greece not too many people know about.
The Epirus Region of Greece has spectacular mountains, the crystal blue Ionian Sea, lakes, rivers, and an unimaginable landscape so few of truly experienced. This is the land of the Chimerias, the Molosses, the Caspas and the Athamans, another of Greece’s majestic mysteries. The drone footage below conveys some highlights.
Kefalonia in the Ionian Sea of western Greece is the 6th largest island in Greece after Crete, Evoia, Lesbos, Rhodes, and Chios. This is the place of epic mysteries and legend, like the rumor that says Kefalonia the Homeric Ithaca, the home of Odysseus.
What if you booked a flight to Crete on Aegean Airlines, had your bags taken to your hotel along the beach at Hersonissos, then spent the week sunbathing and eating the buffet without having discovered one of the world’s wonders just a few miles south of you? Would you be disappointed you left without diving into the Libyan Sea off Agiafarago?
Greece has over 6,000 uninhabited islands, did you know that? Well, off the coast of southern Crete Chrisi Island sits in the middle of an ethereal sea waiting for visitors in search of absolute suntanning perfection. Just off the coast south of Europe’s southernmost city of Ierapetra, Chrisi offers a beach paradise unlike any other. The funny video below conveys the spirit of this place. Chrissi or Χρυσή means ‘golden’ – which tells you about the stunning sands of this amazing place Greek isle. Get the boat tour and visit, you won’t be disappointed.