Twilight by the Myrtoan Sea

A romantic sunset over the enchanting Myrtoan Sea paints the horizon shades of pink inย  Agios Fokas, Greece. This off-the-beaten-path village with its small white church sits on the coastline of Peloponnese south of the castle town of Monemvasia. Small hidden beaches dot the coastline and make for quiet, private places to swim and bask in the sun.

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16 thoughts on “Twilight by the Myrtoan Sea

      1. How wonderful it must be to have a second home there…a place on my bucket list! Until I get there I feel so blessed to have found you and your blog through Thursday Doors, so I can have wonderful local arm-chair tours. ๐Ÿ˜Š

      2. So nice of you to say! You’ve made my day. Likewise, I enjoy your fabulous photos. Do you belong to a local camera club in the Bay Area? Your photography is amazing. I belong to one in San Jose. It’s fun and a great way to learn from others.

      3. I was in a club in Campbell, but when I became a full time Grandma I couldn’t make the early afternoon meetings. I’m still on the roll, so maybe someday I’ll get to go again someday.

        Does you club meet in the evening?

      4. How nice to be a full time Grandma! My club does meet in the evening but is open only to members of our community. When you are ready, check out the link to the Northern California Council of Camera Clubs ( http://n4c.org/) to find a club with evening hours near you. Your images would do very well in the competitions. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Thanks so much! I’m so glad you enjoy seeing these hidden gems in Greece. We love Peloponnese (and now the Epirus region of the mainland) that we tend to stay away from the busy tourist spots like the well-known Greek islands. ๐Ÿ™‚

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