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Editor’s letter

As you approach Santorini on the ferry from Piraeus, something remarkable happens. The sullen faces, bored children and busying families who treat the journey as one might treat a commute anywhere in the world — albeit one that lasts hours — spring to life, flocking to one side of the ship like bees to pollen. The sight of the world-famous caldera — resplendent in the late-afternoon sun — draws gasps, cameras and admiring gazes; its colours and shadows narrowing as the sun sinks ever lower on the horizon.

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About National Geographic Traveller (UK)

From ancient villages to stories from the locals, we uncover some of the Aegean Sea’s most gleaming pearls as we island-hop across the paradise idylls of Greece’s Cyclades. Elsewhere, we discover authentic Maori culture in New Zealand; wind our way along the Volga in Russia; and spend a long weekend in Tunis. Our urban highlights this issue include Istanbul, Lisbon, Mumbai and Bordeaux while our photo story introduces the freedivers of Jeju Island in South Korea.