The sunset across the caldera in Santorini is quite romantic, however; in reality, you could be stood shoulder-to-shoulder with hundreds of other people and hardly see the sunset at all. One idea is to book tables with a view in advance to guarantee yourself a romantic spot. The lovely blue-domed roofs of the small churches make a picturesque foreground to a sunset photo, and the churches are in the quieter parts of the main towns of Fira and Oia as an added bonus. While you're in Santorini, be sure to try their sweet wine. Locals grow a unique grape on Santorini which gets its water from morning dew. The grapes are made into a sweet, rich dessert wine called Vinsanto which tastes like honey.
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