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Romantic Rivieras of Greece, Greek Islands, Italy and Beyond

Romantic Rivieras of Greece, the Greek Islands,
Italy and Beyond

Romantic Rivieras of Greece, the Greek Islands, Italy, Israel, Mexico, the Caribbean, the USA and Beyond
Romantic Rivieras of Greece, the Greek Islands, Italy and Beyond Mexico, Caribbean, USA

France has its Riviera, Italy has its Riviera, but, Greece has no Riviera?
Greece has many Rivieras!

So where exactly are the Greek Rivieras? Well, everywhere you know the famous Mediterranean rivieras to be as most of the riviera locations in France, Italy, Monaco and Spain were founded by Greek colonists from Ancient Greece! 

Cynthia Daddona, host of the Romantic Rivieras of Greece, the Greek Islands, Italy and BeyondHost Cynthia Daddona, as "AphFoodite,®"
the Greek Goddess of the Love of Food.
Cynthia Daddona quote

There’s the French Riviera, the Italian Riviera, the Mayan Riviera, the American Riviera, the Mexican Riviera and now, The Greek Rivieras of Greece and the Islands.  From the Athens Riviera to the Riviera Islands of Santorini, Crete, Naxos, Mykonos, Paros, Antiparos, Rhodes, Corfu, Skiathos and more!

Follow our award-winning host, lifestyle journalist and author, CYNTHIA DADDONA as she explores the Rivieras of the world and, yes, even a big city like Athens has one.

During the filming of
A Greek Islands Destination Cooking Class,
The Goddess and the Greek®
Crete: Under the Grecian Sun
Romantic Rivieras
and Romantic Greco-Roman Culinary Journey (Italy's Amalfi Coast)

we visited countless villages, restaurants and hotels along the way.  Enter a keyword in the box on the right (or any locations you wish) to find out our top choices for hotels!

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