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Santorini, Greece

Long ago, a volcanic eruption rearranged Santorini around an exquisite caldera. Known more for black-sand beaches, hot springs, and exciting nightlife than for archaeological ruins, this is an ideal place for leisurely exploration. Fira's white houses, Ia's mansions, and even city streets dangerously cling to steep red volcanic rocks, but somehow gravity never drags them into the blueness of the sea below. Food is as pretty as the scenery, with the whites of goat cheese and fava beans contrasting against the robust red of fresh tomatoes, the deep purple of eggplant, and the in-between plum of local vinsanto wine.