The famous singer Dua Lipa came to Greece for the second time this summer and shared photos of her vacation on Instagram.
The superstar posted several photos of her trip through the Peloponnese with her partner, French-Greek director Romain Gavras.
The pop singer with Albanian roots has shared photos with her nearly eighty-nine million followers in which she poses in a bikini on a yacht and on coastal cliffs. She is also seen holding a sea urchin in her hands. Lipa posted pictures with Gavras and a video of herself swimming in the blue sea waters.
She accompanied the photo series with the caption “Sailing through the Peloponnese,” and added an anchor emoji.
sailing through the Peloponnese ⚓️ pic.twitter.com/OTncrnofZY
— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) August 14, 2023
Dua Lipa’s second vacation in Greece
This is the second time this summer that Lipa and Gavras have chosen Greece as a vacation destination. In July, the famous couple visited the beautiful and peaceful island of Sifnos. The singer has also shared a series of photos in which she is seen enjoying the local landscape and seafood and trying water sports with her subscribers.
After Sifnos, Lipa also visited the ancient sights of Athens and posted a bright summer photo with the Acropolis in the background.
Pearl of Southern Greece
The picturesque and hospitable Peloponnese is located in southern Greece about an hour’s drive from Athens. It attracts many tourists every year from all over the world thanks to its diverse landscapes, crystal-clear water beaches, historical sites, and abundance of vineyards.
The first capital of Greece, Nafplio, is striking with its ancient fortress wall ruins, charming its guests with narrow cozy streets.
Many visitors are attracted to Nafplio by the region’s stunning beaches. The Peloponnese offers a unique variety of coastlines, sand and pebble beaches, and coastal cliffs with stunning views of the deep, clear sea.
For lovers of history and cultural heritage, the Peloponnese is of particular interest. It is a home of the ancient Greek theater of Epidaurus, built in the 4th century BC. Time seems to have stopped here, taking visitors resting on ancient stone steps back thousands of years.
In the summers, the theater brings the past and history to life even more so. On weekends, there are performances for those who admire the very special local atmosphere of theatrical art.
This region is also well known for its impressive number of vineyards which produce excellent wine and trace their history back to ancient times. As one of the oldest wine regions in the world, Greece offers many of the specialized tours that the Peloponnese is famous for, preserving the best of the rich wine traditions and incorporating modern technology into the winemaking process.