Folegandros looks like Santorini’s younger sibling. It has the same typical whitewashed buildings with vivid blue doors running up and down streets of cobblestone, set on steep cliffs. This is a more rugged vacation destination as there are no big-name chain hotels or other tourist services. They don’t even have an ATM!
The island is only accessible by ferry and provides the user with the true definition of solitude. Secluded beaches create the perfect stage for the incredible sunsets presented nightly on the island’s western side.