It’s that point as you fling yourself across the dunes, racket in hand, to return the ball and your eyes meet. Time just stands still and in that instance, it’s just about the two of you, the sun, the sand, the sea and the those fleeting moments and snatched glances across glistening Aegean waters that form the bonds that last a lifetime.

Hold your breath to seal the experience in your heart; waves break on a pebbled shore and a torrent of longing is released, a dazzling sunset lights up your hopes and dreams together, silky windborne whispers of love drift into an endless kiss, a sip of wine is followed by a gentle caress. Make your love complete in the eternal blue, explore your inner feelings on long rambling walks, where nature guides your hand to plant the seeds of passion. Watch as the bloom grows like all the wild island flowers which return year after year in faithful homage to the beauty around them.

Decorate your love with island style.

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