10 Beautiful Tweets That Will Make You Book a Trip to Hydra, Greece Right Now.
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For those that are unfamiliar with the Greek Islands — “Hydra” is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece and is beautifully nestled in the Aegean Sea and separated from the Peloponnese by an incredibly thin body of water. Because of its natural springs, the ancients originally referred to the island as “Hydrea” (Greek:
Accordingly, the island of Hydra has been affectionately referred to over time as the “gem of the Saronic Gulf” and is well known throughout the travel world as the one Greek Island without cars, scooters, trucks, trains, or planes to remind you of the chaotic rat race situation back home that you are frantically running away from while on vacation. Instead, all travel is accomplished over beautiful, cobbled-stone streets and narrow lanes.
Parents will certainly appreciate the fact that their kids are safe from speeding taxis and racing traffic. In fact, you will find that ferries and donkeys are really the only reliable and frequent modes of transportation on the island.
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Hydra’s old-world beauty and breath-taking scenery has compelled many an artist to grab their paints, brushes, and easel to archive this incredibly gorgeous island into artistic eternity.
Who can blame them right?
Having visited the island of Hydra on three occasions, I still consider this paradise destination as one of the world’s best kept secrets. But if you needed a little more convincing that you need to call your travel agent and book your next vacation to Hydra, Greece — just check out these tantalizing tweets from vacationers who will not hesitate to share this “best kept secret” on social media. Enjoy!
Shades of Blue – Hydra Island, Greece
.#artistlife #artvisit #arttrip #hydraisland #travelforlife #travelforart #travelandexplore #exploreart #discoverart #shotonfilm #analogphotography #architecturephotography pic.twitter.com/0hXedzW6n7
— ARTVISIT (@artvisitonline) April 13, 2018
— day three
— first full day in greece
— boat tour to hydra, poros, and aegina pic.twitter.com/8O8Tld575t
— sophie (@intheheightts) April 11, 2018
— Blue Sky (@bluskyz16) April 8, 2018
— SKJ Traveler (@SKJtraveler) April 4, 2018
#Hydra, built in the shape of an amphitheatre on a slope overlooking the Argosaronic gulf, is one of the most romantic destinations in Greece. Traditional stone mansions, narrow cobblestoned streets, secluded squares and only the use of donkeys as means of public transportation, pic.twitter.com/hHIKBfIiwz
— Greece Ελλάς Греция (@GreekPictures) March 31, 2018
— Rebecca Hall (@BeyondBex) March 29, 2018
Some photos from visiting the islands of Hydra, Poros, and Aegina in Greece. 1/2 pic.twitter.com/frZtlGCV6u
— Dylan Bennett (@MBoffin) March 29, 2018
Watch the #sunset and let it color your dreams ✨💛✨
— Zoe Gathi (@zoegathi) March 25, 2018
White and blue Old house at Hydra Island, Greece pic.twitter.com/fbvfXVvHed
— Greece Tours (@GreeceTours) March 15, 2018