Greek Isles Workshop

Sketch the Greek Isles
with Leslie Fehling

October 3-15, 2017
12 nights in Athens, Amorgos, Naxos, & Santorini

This vacation of a lifetime will take us from the historical sites of Athens...

to the unspoiled island of Amorgos, with its whitewashed towns, tiny country churches, and pristine beaches. 

We'll experience Greece at a leisurely pace, with plenty of time to meander along coastal paths...

and sketch the views that seem to go on forever. 

We’ll stay in a beautiful spa resort overlooking the Aegean Sea. A free 60-minute spa treatment is even included with the tour! 

Every guest room has its own balcony and a breathtaking view of aquamarine water.

Each day will offer a painting lesson, an optional morning walk, and ample free time to relax, sketch, shop and explore. This trip would be wonderful to share with a friend or your spouse, since there is plenty of independent time to spend as you like and see what interests you. And non-painting travel partners receive a $500.00 discount off the regular tour price!

After Amorgos, we’ll move on to Naxos, an island of beautiful old churches, monasteries and historic sites, as well as some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece. 

Santorini will be our last stop, and it just may be the most spectacular island on our itinerary. Soaring cliffs surround an ancient volcanic caldera and are topped with bustling villages filled with sunstruck white buildings. We'll enjoy some of the island's best views and discover hidden gems that aren't in the guidebooks. 

We’ll taste the food, sample the wine, learn a little history, and see some amazing sites. And we'll record it all in our travel journals. 

Come along with me, and be inspired by the incredible beauty of the Greek Isles in this 12-day small-group, slow-travel workshop tour. 

Read more about the trip in this interview with Jeannette Candau, my tour organizer and co-owner of The Blue Walk tour company.

To learn more about my teaching style, my background, what inspires me, and why I love travel journaling, check out this interview on the Blue Walk's blog.

For complete information and full itinerary, click here. To register, please visit


  1. Wow!
    I admire you and the choices you make. No, not just choices of locations, but the choices on living well, and helping others live fully too.

    1. It's so kind of you to say so. I hope we can meet one of these days, BB.


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