A Greece honeymoon is the best way to celebrate the start of a new life together. Filled with olive gardens, wonderful beaches, curving hills, and saturated with the lovely Mediterranean weather year-round, Greece is a picture-perfect location for a honeymoon.
The land is blessed with a rich culture and tradition spanning back hundreds and thousands of years. It is the land of the greatest emperors, philosophers, and artists of the ancient world; the cradle of the Western civilization; and the home of the many powerful myths that still capture the imagination of millions of people around the world. Greece is truly a place well-worth visiting.
As Greece is blessed with a Mediterranean climate, practically all the months are good for a visit here. The peak season, however, is mid-July to August. The crowds at this time can get a bit overwhelming, and jostling with hordes of people is a good way to dampen a honeymoon. So, if you can, visit Greece during off-season, especially in June or September. This will ensure you get to enjoy the warm weather too.
Since Greece is a huge place and there are tons of islands to visit and places to see, planning an itinerary can get exhausting.
This list brings to you a comprehensive guide on where to go in Greece for couples. Browse through this guide which gives details about the best islands in Greece for couples, and mark out the places which excite you the most. This will ensure that you get a hassle-free Greece honeymoon.
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The Andaman and Nicobar Islands, located in the east of the Indian mainland geographically, float in splendid isolation in the Bay of Bengal. Once a hill range extending from Myanmar to Indonesia, these picturesque undulating islands, islets numbering around 836, are covered with dense rain-fed, damp and evergreen forests and endless varieties of exotic flora and fauna. Most of these islands (about 550) are in the Andaman Group, 28 of which are inhabited. The smaller Nicobars, comprise some 22 main islands (10 inhabited). The Andaman and Nicobars are separated by the Ten Degree Channel which is 150 Kms. wide. These islands also boast of freedom fighting days’ historically significant landmarks viz. Cellular Jail, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Island, Viper Island, Hopetown and Mount Harriet. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands have been declared as two of the 218 endemic bird area of the world. As many as 270 species and sub-species of birds have been reported existing in these islands, 106 of them being endemic. The Andaman Wood Pigeon, Andaman Padauk and Dugong are declared as State Bird, State Tree and State Animal respectively.