Greece: Oia named one of top romantic destinations for Valentine’s Day


According to the European Best Destinations (EBD) organisation, the city of Oia on Santorini is one of the most romantic destinations for Valentine’s Day in Europe. 


EBD is headquartered in Brussels and aims to promote culture and tourism in Europe. Before the global celebration of Valentine’s Day on February 14, the organisation released a list of special European destinations that are considered ideal for “original and authentic romantic trips and tailor-made trips” . 


As reported by EBD, the colorful houses and steep alleys of Oia make it one of the most romantic destinations for Valentine’s Day in Europe. “Its house carved into the rock will form a perfect cocoon to welcome your beloved. 


The organisation says that in the evening, you can enjoy a catamaran cruise, watch the sunset, drink champagne, and say “I love you”. Oia Castle is also a great place to watch a romantic and unforgettable sunset.

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