Santorini, Greece

the 588 zigzagging steps. You could also attempt to walk up the steps but be warned, they are winding, narrow in parts with only low walls, they are covered in donkey excrement and the donkeys themselves will make no attempt to avoid you. Imerovigli, where you can take in the magnificent views of the island’s unique scenery from the tiny town. At the northern end of the caldera is the quintessentially Santorininian town of Oia, also spelled Ia and pronounced EE- ah, with its whitewashed walls sunk into the volcanic rock and its blue domes rising above the sterling beauty of the stunning, russet Ammoudi Bay. At dusk, Walking north from Fira for about twenty minutes will bring you to

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