Kalo Livadi, Mykonos

When you’re flying over Mykonos, it doesn’t look that big. And in reality, it’s not. It’s only about 15km wide and you can pretty much get anywhere on the island in under 20 minutes by car. However, there are distinct differences between the tiny villages and areas, depending on what sort of thing you’re looking for. Kalo Livadi is on the South East coast of the island and hosts the longest beach in Mykonos, popular for parties during the peak months. It was also the home to the hotel we were staying – The Archipelagos, so for this reason, we spent…
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15 Reasons to visit Agios Nikolaos, Crete!

A couple of months ago, my friend Danielle and I were on the search for the perfect girly getaway. We knew we wanted a bit of liveliness but also a touch of luxury. And of course, there had to be plenty of great food available because we both love eating out. So after a bit of researching, we came across the apparent perfect destination – Crete. Greece’s largest island, known for its varied terrain (there’s lots of gorgeous white sandy beaches, but there’s also a lot of rocky cliff-faces, mountains and caves), Crete offers something for everyone in terms of…
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St Nicolas Bay, Crete

I’ve been lucky enough to travel a lot this summer, exploring Italy (posts here), experimenting with some crazy Alpine sports in Austria (posts here) and partying in Mallorca with On The Beach (posts here). It’s been amazing and I’m struggling to adjust to being back home for a long period of time (and getting back into the swing of things Uni wise). However, if I had to pick one favourite trip, it would have to be my most recent adventure to Crete in Greece, where I stayed at the incredible St Nicolas Bay resort. As the largest of the Greek islands,…
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