Sunset in Greece – These Photos Will Make You Pack Your Bags Now

Sunsets in Greece are not to be missed! This spring I went to Greece for seven days and was able to catch some of the most beautiful moments as I was watching the sunset.

I loved Greece for so many reasons, but have to say, these sunsets are pretty high on my list of reasons you should go! The sunsets definitely made Greece an even more memorable place for me. Seriously, every night of the trip, we found a new gorgeous spot to go and watch the sunset! You basically couldn’t go wrong.

If you are looking for more info on Greece, I’ve been writing a lot about it here on my blog. I’ve got guides for Santorini and a full itinerary of my trip to help you plan your own trip already on my site. Plus, tons of ways to save while there because traveling on a budget is important to me! Don’t forget to check those out, too. If you’re looking to check out Greece with kids, check out this itinerary!

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Oia, Santorini

Ancient Ruins of Athens, Greece (Acropolis, Athens)

Davani Hotel, Athens

Mykonos, Mykonos

Mykonos, Mykonos

Oia, Santorini

Oia, Santorini

Now those are just about the prettiest sunsets you will ever see. I know you’ll catch amazing moments on your trip, too, whether on a cruise or staying for a while. All the Greek islands offer incredible views, and you might want to try island hopping in Greece if you get the chance. Pack your bags and head out on your next adventure through the gorgeous and exciting country of Greece. 

Sunsets in Greece are not to be missed! I basically didn’t have to edit these photos because the colors were there by themselves. I love seeing all of these colors in the sky—it’s the perfect way to end your day. Have you been to Greece and seen these classic spots for the sunset? I’d love to hear what you think makes Greece so special!


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