Athens will try to seduce you right from the beginning of your trip. From Acropolis area to the elite shores of the Athenian Riviera, from Lycabettus Hill to Piraeus, the city will offer amazing accommodation, exquisite restaurants, varying from traditional Greek taverns to Michelin-star restaurants, and night life. There is always something to interest you in the historical capital of Europe which is considered to be a top choice for cosmopolitan travelers year after year.
Rocky land, high cliffs, blue roofed houses that resemble white cubes. This is probably the most famous island of Cyclades for its spectacular views to the volcano. The caldera and its vast curtain wall of multicoloured cliffs is truly awesome. The village of Oia on the northern tip of the island is a hugely popular sunset viewing site because of the uninterrupted view to the volcano sunset. Santorini offers also unique beaches and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles.
Mykonos is one of the many beautiful islands of Greece, as well as a top notch destination famous for its cosmopolitan character and intense nightlife. The unique character of the island attracted the visitors, who soon turned Mykonos island into one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world. Glamorous Mykonos is a whitewashed paradise in the heart of Cyclades where celebrities, young people and families from around the world mingle together to celebrate a once in a lifetime experience.
Crete is a magical quilt of amazing sandy and rocky beaches, blue and turquoise seas, lively towns and secluded villages, wonderful cuisine and warm hospitality. The island is famous for its mysterious civilization, including the Minoan civilization and the famous Palace of Knossos, the old towns of Hania and Rethymno, where labyrinthine lanes – laid out by the Venetians – are lorded over by mighty fortresses.
Taste aromatic wild herbs, dairy products and local meat, main ingredients of the famous Cretan Cuisine. Drink Raki along with traditional homemade rusks with feta cheese, tomato and olive oil.
The Peloponnese peninsula is the southernmost part of Greece, as well as of the European continent. During prehistoric years, Peloponnese was inhabited by pre-Hellenic tribes, and was the center of a great civilization, which flourished in Mycenae.
Monuments from every period of the eventful Peloponnesian history, Byzantine churches, unique settlements and amazing castles, natural beauties such as mountains, forests, rivers and caves surrounded by the sea, beautiful beaches, sandy and smooth coasts, make this part of Greece ideal for holidays, touring, sports and connecting to the history and culture.