Seaglassing Along the Coast in Sounio, Greece

One of the amazing tours we took on a recent visit to Greece was one from Athens to Sounio. We traveled to Sounio to visit the Temple of Poseidon.

(A wonderful coincidence was that our sail ended in Lavrio which is very close to Sounio, so not only did we see the temple on land, we were able to see the temple from the water. It was amazing and I can imagine how majestic and glorious it must have been for the ancient sailors to see.)

Our tour was an eight hour one which included a lovely ride along the coast heading to Sounio. We passed many beaches along the way. We also stopped at a seafood restaurant called The Akrogiali Restaurant – Fish Tavern, which was located on the water which had a very rocky beach. Well, I don’t have to tell you the first thing we did as out lunch was being prepared. A picture is worth a thousand words…

Lovely sea glass found on a beach behind Akrogiali Restaurant in Sounio, Greece

Lovely sea glass found on a beach behind Akrogiali Restaurant in Sounio, Greece

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A Fabulous Find on a Beach on Kea, Greece

I had a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit Greece for two weeks this fall with sea glassing friends. We spent time touring Athens and also sailed for a week on a private sailboat visiting some of the Cyclades and Saronic islands searching for sea glass.  It was an amazing time. Naturally as we were sailing the wind and weather dictated our travels. We visited the islands of Kea, Kythnos, Paros and Hydra. Each island was beautiful and unique. On the first island we visited, Kea, we docked the boat right up to the street of restaurants and shops. I felt like I was on a movie set. On each island we had a wonderful time meeting new people, eating amazing food, exploring the shops and searching beautiful beaches for treasures! My friend Sue and I also took a quick dip into the Aegean Sea while on Hydra!

Our sea glass sailing adventure thru Greece

Our sea glass sailing adventure thru Greece

On a beach on Kea I found some wonderful sea glass and sea pottery and this, my very favorite find, a ceramic whistle in the shape of a figurine. Amazing!

Ceramic Figurine Child's Whistle found on Kea Island, Greece

Ceramic Figurine Child’s Whistle found on Kea Island, Greece

 

Sea Glass Jewelry with a Seasonal Flair

I have recently created a “seasonal” line of sea glass jewelry using the colors of autumn. These collections of lovely autumn colors of greens, blues, browns, amber and lavender are created with sea glass from Maryland, England, California and Greece! I am selling them locally in consignment shops in Maryland!

This first picture is of jewelry available at EL & Company in Pasadena, Maryland
EL & Company, Pasadena, Maryland

This second picture is of jewelry available at Side Street Framers & Gift Gallery in Severna Park, Maryland.Side Street Framers & Gift Gallery, Severna Park, Maryland

 

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