Beautiful florals decorated perfectly the elegant white wedding chairs with natural style floral garlands made of lush greenery and pure white flowers for a fresh summery feel 💫 An ideal way to highlight the bride & grooms table chairs if you're dreaming of an elegant island wedding just like our amazing couple's 🌟Andrea & Stephen🌟 glamorous wedding in #Mykonos !
Wedding Planning & Styling: @mitheoevents #MitheoEvents | 📷: @albotonaki | Venue: @kivotosmykonos | Florals: @studio7mykonos
[07122018:73531] 🇬🇷 golden hour in Oia
🇧🇷 • daqueles lugares que, mesmo já tendo visto milhares de fotos, ainda consegue superar todas as suas expectativas - assim foi a sensação de visitar a Grécia pela primeira vez!
🇺🇸 • those places that, even after seeing thousands of pictures, is still able to exceed all expectations - that was my feeling visiting Greece for the first time!
Finally arrived to a cloudy Parga today ☁️🌥 but very beautiful view where ever you are 👌🙋🏻♀️
Καλησπέρα παιδιά από την όμορφη Πάργα 💙🇬🇷
Då har turen kommit till bildsköna Parga 💙🇬🇷 #bns_ladies#Parga#mainland#travelblogger
🇬🇷On the north west coast of the Greek Ionian island of Zakynthos you will find Shipwreck Cove or Smugglers Cove also called Navagio Beach which is probably the most famous beach in Greece and can only be accessed by boat but is well worth the trip.
There many different stories being said about how the shipwreck occurred but here is the most widely spread: "Panagiotis ship spent the later part of her life as a smuggling ship. In 1980 Panagiotis MV was making its way from Turkey with a freight of contraband cigarettes on behalf of the Italian Mafia.
The crew was chased by authorities, and so the Panagiotis ship was detected by the Greek Navy. In the attempt to escape, the ship ran aground in a shallow cove on the northwest coast of Zakynthos, to the north of Porto Vromi, where the crew abandoned her to evade the pursuing Navy. The crew of the ship consisted mostly by Greek sailors, which abandoned the ship immediately, but were arrested a few days later.
The “Shipwreck” over time became one of the most popular tourist destinations of Zakynthos.
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