Santorini is buckling under the weight of tourists — so it’s placing a cap on the number of daily visitors
There are two sides to Santorini — and they’re worlds apart. On the one end, the Cycladic island is a place where honeymooners, families, and friends come to escape their troubles back home. This version of Santorini is painted in gorgeous tangerine sunsets, whitewashed buildings with bright blue accents, and clifftop restaurants buzzing with customers who are there for the pricey meals and panoramic views.
The other side of the Aegean island, however, is a source of struggle. Alisha Prakash examines the impact of overtourism on Santorini in this Business Insider article.