The spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru changes colour like a chameleon, depending on the light and weather. The sacred rock is the lodestone of the world’s oldest living culture. Most visitors depart at dusk, leaving the 311,000-acre Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to its custodians, the Anangu aboriginals.
“Unless you have seen the houses of Mykonos, you can’t pretend to be an architect,” Le Corbusier pronounced after visiting the island in the 1930s. Dimitris Karampatakis, of K-Studio, who has spent every summer on Mykonos since childhood, was inspired by the island’s simple but spectacular architecture to create some of the hottest hotels, villas, and beach bars anywhere in the Mediterranean.
Remote, wild and hard to reach, Fokos beach is not your average Mykonian beach. It is however a haven for the alternative, wishing to avoid the glamorous beach bars, but mostly for the locals, simply going on with everyday life.