Navagio/Shipwreck Beach, Greece

The Shipwreck beach is one of the most popular destinations for tourists who visit Kefalonia. It’s basically a huge rusted metal of ship on a white little pebble beach. If you decided to go there, try really early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowd.
We started sailing towards it from 6am, it took a bit over an hour. Nobody was on the beach yet, it was serene, quite and magical.

But all too soon, the place was overcrowded with hundreds of tourists by 9 o’clock in the morning. Taking advantage of our dingy, we headed to this little beach surrounded with tall, white cliffs just next to the Shipwreck beach. We had it all to ourselves for the whole day.

Now I’m super proud to recommend this swimsuit to all of you! It’s from Mikoh, an Australian swimwear brand with genius, genius designs, and so very comfortable when it’s on.
The style I have picked, I can’ really call it a bikini, because it actually comes in one piece. But the front of it looks exactly like a bikini, while the back has this smart and beautiful diamond shaped web. It’s so unique, clever and extremely chic. I hugely recommend this style, which is now ON SALE on Net-a-Porter. But to be honest, any other styles from their brand are highly coveted. (I’ve since purchased this one from the sale as well)
// Swimsuit from Mikoh on //
// Blue Coverups (similar) from Lemlem on //
// Printed Shorts (similar) from Topshop Boutique //
// Transparent Water/Beach/Deck Shoes (similar) from //

We spent the whole day on this tranquil island that only belonged to ourselves. It was the best finale before heading back to the port. And Greece even treated us with the most breathtaking sunset by the end of it! I was nothing but grateful.