After an idyllic afternoon spend windsurfing, sun-worshipping and admiring the beach goddesses and gods at Ftelia Beach in Mykonos, a bite to eat, a bit of music to start your evening and cocktails that’ll keep you cool in the 40-degree sun is the island way to pass the time. Read the rest of this entry »
Wise, etched by life, endearing, warm, familiar and simply enchanting, everyone should meet a Maria. There is always a special relationship kindled on a trip to the Cyclades, each island packed with charismatic locals, each with their own folktale, fabled gods and rooted culture. We pinned a few images that sort of got us all yearning for a return trip before the season ends.
The Cyclades sit pretty much at the centre of the blue Aegean whilst being comfortably close to each another, they harbour a very distinguishing tone.
A perfect holiday bolthole into mid October with some late blasts of summer.
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The sixties captured everything modern, it marked a revolution in fashion, music, art & design with a sense of the exotic, it was and remains the escapism of counter, or cookie culture.
It’s A Med Thing is all about our passion for this little pocket of the planet. We’ve put the savvy spotlight on places that echo Mediterranean lifestyle, packed with the good life and are simply just fab creative boltholes dotted around the coast and inland.
Honeymoon is a term we are all familiar with – it is said to be so called as the first month of marriage represents the sweetest times, hence honey, which is a lovely thought. Honey and the bee have long been highly regarded in Greek culture since ancient times, Ambrosia being the food of the gods and Nectar the drink of Mount Olympus.