Maybe it has to do with the water, or perhaps some sort of volcanic-related fumes emanating from the island, but my guess is that little things, like sunsets, just look better when lounging on a hilltop perch on a Greek island.
Santorini sunsets, viewed from the caldera, are said to be among the most beautiful in the world – a glorious explosion of color. The horizon glows, the cliff face lights up in a wash of pinks and purples, and the whole of the sea and sky seem to catch fire, melting into layers of crimson and liquid gold.
I challenge you to tell the inhabitants of Samosir Island in Sumatra that "Santorini is the only inhabited caldera in the world".
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