Greek temples and Turkish mosques punctuate the golden coastlines of these ancient rival nations throughout this 8-day coastal exploration of the Aegean Sea, scenic Dardanelles, and the Sea of Maramara. Transit the narrow, time-saving Corinth Canal to Itea and the sacred ruins in the Sanctuary of Apollo, the former home of the ancient world's most respected oracle. Sip tart and flavorful white wines made from local Assyrtiko, Athiri, and Aidani grapes are grown atop Santorini's windy ridges. Hike between black lava rocks and white pumice stones to the smoldering crater on Nea Kameni, shop for fresh fruits and vegetables in an open Turkish market with a local chef, then return to his Bodrum restaurant and cook up Turkish meals paired with regional wines and beer. Stroll in the shade of former terrace houses and columned buildings in ancient Ephesus before a late-night stay in the markets and cafes of Kusadasi, Turkey.