Why this tiny beach in Greece is one of the most photographed in the world
Every day, hundreds of tourists climb aboard tour boats to make the trip to see the idyllic Smuggler's Cove in Zakynthos, Greece .
The paradise spot has become one of the most photographed beaches in the world - and it's easy to see why.
Turquoise waters lap the white sandy beach where sits the rusting shipwreck of the MV Panagiotis .
The story goes that the ship ran aground in 1980 while smuggling contraband from Albania - a claim its captain still denies. But the mystery has added a certain romance to the already incredible setting, which can only be reached by boat.
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