#GreekExplorer - beaches in Greece
It's been a while since I came back from Greece. And since I came back, I'm thinking how to tell you about this country that is very close to us and yet so different and in many shades. Something in me stayed somewhere in Hellenic territory and I'm trying to figure out whether on an island or on the mainland. Which is why I decided to travel to Greece.
Initially I had the intention to "bomb”With many photos, starting from the idea that they make as many as a thousand words. But it's good to tell a bit about the places visited and I'll start with the beaches visited. The summer season has started, and most of us are already thinking about those hot days that we will spend on the coast, swimming in the water, in Romania or abroad.
During the 18-25 April, I was a small #greekexplorer and traveled to the islands of Corfu, Evia and Skiathos, but also to the mainland of Greece. I had the opportunity to discover as many cultures and beaches as I visited. For me it was the first trip to the land of the ancient gods and I was surprised to see how each island is unique in its own way, as well as the different territories of Greece.
Tramp Travel, the partner agency of the "#GreekExplorer," has the slogan "quality low cost holidays". So our trip to Greece included the routes and options that this agency sells. The rates are really low cost, but often the perception of the tariffs is subjective. But what you can find is quality. This is how I had the opportunity to see authentic Greece, with simple people, to discover beautiful places and landscapes that conquer you on the spot.
Greece has the longest coastline in the Mediterranean basin and the 11 in length in the world, with 13.676 km long, also having a large number of islands (approximately 1.400, of which 227 are inhabited). So you have nowhere to sit and sunbathe. We arrived on 3 islands: Corfu, Evia and Skiathos, and below you have pictures of the beaches visited. I haven't seen the beach in Paralia Katerini, but it's sandy :).
Dassia and Ipsos - Corfu, Greece - with gravel
Paleokastritsa - Corfu, Greece - sand
Evia - Corfu, Greece - pietris
Koukounaries - Skiathos, Greece - Sand
But Greece is not just a beach, but also an exploration. 80% of Greek territory is made up of mountains, of which the highest is Mount Olympus with 2.917 m. And you will be surprised to see on one side the mountain and the other sea, a nice contrast that "steals" their eyes. Moreover, there are areas where pine forests extend to the beach area. But about all this in another article.
"This article was written for the infos" #GreekExplorer: Corfu, Evia and Continental Greece "organized by TurismMarket.com in partnership with the travel agency TrampTravel.ro and with the support of Nikonisti.ro, TravelWithaSmile.net, Lamonza and Art & Craft. "
The photos were taken with Canon EOS 70D camera, Huawei Ascend P7 smartphone and Olympus TG-3 from F64.ro!