This is the best Greek salad you ever tasted (just-picked tomatoes, superb feta, barely any leaves).
The Ionian Sea sparkles along with the various infinity pools, complementing the lush and varied scents rising off the gardens in the mid-day Grecian sun. You stretch out in your lounge chair, careful not to expose too much while avoiding excessive tanlines. Olive trees surround you, and your mind drifts off in anticipation of another perfectly executed dinner.
At The Romanos, Costa Navarino, 321 rooms, suites, and villas blur the natural and manmade worlds. All offer marble bathrooms, flat screen TVs, and signature beds. Some even come replete with a private infinity pool, and fog resistant mirrors so you never lose sight of your recently bronzed form. Narcissus would be proud.
Five restaurants and bars range from the playful twin beach bars Barbouni and Bartenta, to the posh Eleon, where Greek classics willingly submit themselves to creative and modern twists. This is not to mention the Agora, where an outdoor cinema, shopping, and even more dining await curious guests.
Small hands can be kept busy at Cocoon, the kid's club, and those needing an adult escape will be happy to find the Anazoe Spa. Need a little more swing in your day? The Navarino Dunes, Greece's first signature course, will have you yelling "fore" all day long.