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Hadrian’s Library and Acropolis in the Plaka neighborhood of Athens, Greece.

Athens, Greece’s capital city, is often used as a pit stop on a trip to the Greek Islands, but it is well-worth a visit on its own. Vibrant and modern, Athens is also an ancient city; the birthplace of western civilization and home to some of the world’s most important archaeological sites.

Iconic windmills and boutique luxury hotels spill down the Santorini clifftop village of Oia.

Santorini is a popular holiday destination in Greece, and part of the Cycladic island group in the Aegean Sea. It is best known for its picturesque clifftop tourist towns (Fira, Oia, and Imerovigli), all of which offer spectacular views over the caldera: the crater created after a 16th-century BC volcanic eruption. With a land area of 76 square kilometers, Santorini is a little bigger than New York’s island of Manhattan.

Welcome to Greece's most famous cosmopolitan island,

Mykonos is a popular Greek island destination in the Aegean Sea, and one of our absolute favorite places to go in Greece. Part of the Cycladic island chain, Mykonos is best known for its wonderful beaches, boutique shopping, charming whitewashed buildings, luxury hotels, and vibrant beach and nightclub scene.

The golden sand and turquoise water of Plaka Beach in Naxos, Greece.

Naxos is the largest and greenest of the Cycladic islands in the Aegean Sea. This relaxed island is wrapped up in long, sandy beaches, while its interior is filled with farms, olive groves, mountains, charming traditional villages, ancient temple ruins, and over 200 Byzantine churches. Expect amazing food, a low-key vibe, and true Greek hospitality.

Beachfront dining at Ephessus restaurant in Parikia, Paros.

Paros, Greece, is a beautiful Cycladic island only 2 hours by ferry from both Santorini and Mykonos. Paros is best known for its great beaches, lively nightlife, and wonderful white washed towns. Taking a ferry from Paros is the only way to access Antiparos, a smaller and more secluded island located just west of Paros with great beaches, excellent food, and charming family-owned hotels

Explore Corfu holidays and discover the best time and places to visit.

Venetians and Orthodox customs blend at a most spectacular, loud and earth-shaking party. On the decks of this mixed-culture party, you will be more than happy to find the Local Philharmonic band performing live and marching the streets. Their renowned fame precedes them as they have a long standing tradition of rocking Easter Saturday with the Marcia Funebre from Beethoven and the Calde Lacrime by Michelli.


Welcome to Greece

Cultural Treasure Chest

The roots of Western culture are in Greece. Step into the ring where Olympians first competed. Climb steps hewn out of stone to Meteora’s monasteries, perched atop towering rocks. Contemplate the oracle’s insights from the grandeur of Delphi, take in a starlit drama at an ancient outdoor theatre and be stunned by massive marble sculptures dredged up from the Aegean. But then you’ll encounter bold modern art, the melancholic throb of rembetika (blues songs) and artisans creating new work from traditional techniques. Greece has endless cultural pursuits and a calendar bursting with festivals, holidays and exhibits.

Wildly Natural

Whether you’re a serious adrenalin junkie or dedicated beach bum, Greece delivers. Days melt from one to the next under wide open skies and a sea speckled with islands fringed with the white-sand, pine-tree shade beaches of your dreams. Wander along cobbled Byzantine footpaths, hike up volcanoes, watch for dolphins and sea turtles, and cycle through lush forests. Meander through olive groves, idyllic villages and petrified forests. Thrill seekers will discover world-class kitesurfing, wreck diving, and rock-climbing locations with dizzying views. Or simply hop on a boat and set sail into the glittering blue beyond.

Local Flavours

The core ingredients of Greek cooking are often found in the chef’s garden. Feta and olive oil are universal across the country, but unique regional produce and cooking styles make travelling here a culinary adventure. Taste herbs and mountain greens you’ve never heard of, mussels steamed in ouzo, bread baked with olives, and fish straight from the sea. Taste-test crumbling feta, honeyed soft cheeses and sharp, hard rounds. Find Italian influences in risottos and pastas and Turkish spices woven into delicate sweets. A traditional-cooking renaissance has chefs lifting time-honoured recipes to new gourmet heights.

Socially Spirited

Socialising is more than a pastime in Greece – it’s a way of life. Cafes overflow with youngsters gossiping or older locals in heated debate. Restaurants are filled with long tables for big gatherings and friends amble arm in arm down the street. Squares are the focal point, where life unfolds collectively. Immerse yourself, whether it’s a coffee, a shot of ouzo, a chorus on the bouzouki or a local celebration. Greeks are passionate and live life to the fullest, even at the most difficult times. The result is a country seemingly riddled with challenges, yet full of people loving life.

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