Crescent-shaped Santorini in the Cyclades chain of Greek islands is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the Aegean Sea. The village of Oia which sits on an impressive cliff on the northern tip of the island affords visitors spectacular views of the Aegean and is renowned for its beautiful sunsets over the caldera.
This village, the most photographed in the Aegean, definitely lives up to its reputation as one of the most picturesque spots in the world. The whitewashed buildings with blue accents, the blue domed churches and the stunning views of the Aegean Sea beg to be photographed as visitors stroll the streets of the village. We had only an hour or so in Oia and I spent the entire time snapping photos in an attempt to capture the incredible beauty of this village.
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