Jul 4, 2016

Beach Report

It seems that “meltemia” have finally arrived this year at the Greek islands. Meltemia are the local winds that blow annually in the Greek seas and especially in the Aegean. In the southern Aegean and specifically in Santorini, the strong wind has NW direction, it mainly occurs during the summer and pleasantly cools our summer days and nights.
The general weather conditions accompanying the annual winds are cloudless sky and rippled sea. They make the sky look deep blue and improve visibility. A perfect combination for our photos!