This breathtaking volcanic island is ideal for a romantic holiday thanks to its beautiful landscape. Stroll arm in arm along the narrow alleys and around Fira and Oia villages, and enjoy wine tasting on a sunset yacht cruise. If you are looking for privacy, visit the smaller caldera villages, especially Imerovigli and Firostefani. Enjoy sunbathing on the Kamari and Perissa beaches, which are famous for their black sand.
Enjoy a romantic stroll or, better yet, take a carriage tour around the Old Town of Chania which features historical architectures and picturesque alleys. Take a boat ride to Loutro, which features incredible natural beauty: the village is charming, featuring white and blue coloured buildings surrounded by deep blue and green waters. Catch a sunset at Falassarna while sipping champagne at the beach.
Rent a car with your lover and tour the picturesque coastline of Rhodes. The road trip entails crossing mountain ranges, visiting the hidden coves of Anthony Quinn Bay, the beaches of the south-east, and Lindos town. Dine at one of Rhodes' restaurants which famously offer panoramic views of the sunset or the island's infinity pools. Set sail on a private yacht or rent a motorboat to discover the epic coastline landscape. If you're looking for adventure, Eli Beach offers two-seat jet ski, paragliding for two, and couple kayaking.
Nothing beats watching a sunset at Pelekas: lovers can bond over a drink while soaking up the brilliant red, pink and gold hues of the Corfu sky. Corfu offers numerous beaches ranging from public sandy beaches to tiny sheltered coves. Enjoy a romantic stroll in the old Corfu town which features Venetian architecture with panoramic views of the landscape. Cuddle together on a stylish couch of a horse-drawn carriage to explore the city.
Catch a tour bus to Navagio beach to explore the cove's glowing blue waters and towering white limestone cliffs. Visit Porto Limnionas beach and take a dip in the shimmering crystalline waters. Drop by the Byzantine museum which showcases liturgical artefacts from the 15th century, and learn about the history of the Island.