Greece ranked No. 1 most romantic honeymoon destination for 2020


Greece has been considered the No.1 honeymoon spot for another year in a row by Harpers Bazaar’s ‘Best Honeymoon Destinations.’ In their review of Greece, they wrote:

“Greece’s rich history, exceptional food and mesmerising beauty make it an ideal place to set off on honeymoon, spending at least a few nights amid the postcard beauty of Santorini. Overlooking the cerulean seas and typified by white walls, this is the Greece we’ve all dreamt of.

Post up at the Andronis, replete with private cave-like pools that overlook the island’s crater bay. Greek cuisine is all about the fresh catch, so take some time to explore the town, stopping by for lunch at one of the local tavernas, before returning for an evening at Lycabettus and a table with views onto infinity.

Steeped in mythology, Greece is undeniably at its most authentic out on the smaller, lesser-known islands. Take softly slumbering Folegandros, set with a dramatic backdrop of black cliffs and white sand beaches; it’s the perfect place to just unwind. Drop your bags at the Anemi Hotel, where the surrounding gardens provide sensory overload (in a good way).

Enjoy a leisurely stroll with your loved one into the village of Karavastasi and grab an ouzo with the locals at one of the many cool little taverns dotting the town. Wind up the honeymoon sailing out to the smaller-still island of Sifnos for a few nights at one of Greece’s best-kept secrets, Elies Resort. An exceptional hideaway with great eats, far removed from reality and a perfect place to relish each other’s company, it makes for an absurdly romantic setting.”

Yes, the landscape of Greece is beyond beautiful for a honeymoon getaway. But what makes the country so romantic is the attitude of the people. Resorts in Greece’s honeymoon destinations are constructed with one thing in mind – romance.

Sourced by: Harpers Bazaar




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