With their whitewashed villages, undulating cliffs and jellyfish-blue seas, we can't see our Greek Island love affair fading any time soon. Santorini may be the poster child for the Greek islands but the pretty, rock-hewn towns you see plastered across social media are crumbling under the pressure of tourism. But boomerangs of Sauv-filled glasses are set to be their saviour as locals turn their attention back to agriculture, preventing valuable fields from being torn up to construct yet more hotels. Crops are planted in volcanic soil meaning they are pretty immune to pests and ensures they never suffer a bad harvest. The mineral-rich soil also gives grapes a slightly sweeter taste; try the red Mantilaria grape at Santo Wines. Pick up a bottle alongside plump tomatoes, fava beans and extra virgin oil sold in the artisan shop to enjoy at Perissa, the neighbouring black-sand beach.