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Greece – from ancient monuments to magnificent landscapes, from its famed cuisine and specialities to its breath-taking sunsets, Greece is a place of wonders, inviting you and your family to its azure waters, golden beaches and amazing islands.

Cyclades, Dodecanese, Sporades – droplets of heaven across the Aegean and the Ionian Sea, flooded with sunshine and promising unforgettable moments of fun and relaxation. 

Boasting unmatched beauty and genuine hospitality, Greece offers a unique brew of soothing landscapes, exciting exploration, vibrant nightlife and fun-packed activities, making it an ideal holiday destination for people of all interests and fads.

Be it a history buff, a relaxation-seeker, a water-sports enthusiast, or just someone in love with the Mediterranean sun – Greece will not fail your expectations. Its diverse landscape, endless coastline and pristine waters offer a wealth of outdoor action, guaranteeing tons of fun to people of all ages and interests.

Still, Greece’s most winning trait is its people: heartfelt smiles, authentic hospitality and a genuine wish to make sure you have the time of your life!

  • Athens
  • Cyclades
  • Ionian
  • Argosaronic Gulf
  • Dodecanese
  • Sporades
  • North Aegean
  • Crete




By far the most famed holiday destination in Greece, the Cyclades are just perfect for island-hopping cruises and adrenalin pumping water activities. The “Surrounding-ones” (that’s what their name means) include Mykonos and Santorini, the most popular and cosmopolitan island destinations in the Mediterranean, Delos, the sacred isle of the ancient Greeks, and no less than thirty other islands, celebrated for their glowing-white houses, bold rocky cliffs, astounding waters and breath-taking sunsets. Each island, however, boasts its own, distinctive character: from the family-friendly beaches of Paros to the high-end caldera of Santorini, the romantic landscapes of Amorgos and the party-animal haven of Mykonos – all waiting to be discovered.















The Ionian Islands (also known as the “Heptanese”) is a group of seven major and several smaller islands doting Greece’s western waters. Featuring a rather distinct cultural identity and summer weather, the Ionian islands stand opposite to most Greek islands in several ways: being quite large, they offer a much more diverse landscape, with forested mountains, vibrant cities, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, like the famous “Navagio” in Zakynthos and the azure waters of Egremni in Lefkada. Ramble through the romantic alleyways of Corfu and hike Kefallonia’s bold cliffs. Enjoy sailing and wreck-diving while exploring Ulysses’ homeland, and discover genuine escapism in Paxi’s quaint fishing villages.






Saronic Gulf

The Saronic Gulf, formed by the peninsulas of Attica and Argolis, washes the very heart of Greece and some of its most important historical places, such as Piraeus, the port of Athens, Corinth, the famed Isthmus and its Canal, and Salamis, where took place one of the most significant naval battles in world history. The Saronic Islands offer a fast glimpse to Greek island charm while staying close to the capital, combing beautiful landscapes, pebbled beaches and amazing cuisine. Aegina with its Byzantine monuments, the forestland of Poros, the peaceful Angistri, Spetses with its quaint coves, and of course Hydra, the picturesque and car-free island – a blend of singular beauty to be discovered.






The Dodecanese, despite their name (the “twelve islands”), is an island complex encompassing 15 large and more than 150 small islands scattered across the south-eastern Aegean Sea, off the coast of Asia Minor. Dominated by Rhode’s aristocratic charm and medieval aura, Dodecanese has plenty to offer to visitors of all ages and crazes: hikers swarm up the cliffs of Telos, scuba-divers love the marine wealth of Kalymnos, ramblers love the pebbled-paved trails snaking through Symi and Kastellorizo while sailing aficionados and kitesurfers go straight to Karpathos. Still, we barely scratched the surface: ancient monuments, medieval castles, underwater caves, and an array of sun-drenched beaches all mixed in a blend that’s bound to bewitch you.  



Picture a dense pine forest amidst deep blue waters, and you will have a pretty good idea of the Sporades. Offering a more relaxing and peaceful alternative to the vibrant Cyclades and the Dodecanese, the Sporades mesmerize their guests with their warm sandy and pebbled beaches, seductive emerald waters and forested inland. Skiathos attracts youngsters with its cosmopolitan aura and vivid nightlife, Skopelos is just perfect for families and water-sports buffs, while Alonissos is a recluse haven for relaxation seekers and marine life enthusiasts, since its waters are teeming with dolphins and monk seals. A bit further to the south-east, Skyros boasts a host of idyllic beaches and is home to the irresistibly cute Skyrian pony, a rare and very friendly horse breed.



North Aegean

The North Aegean islands are relatively isolated from each other and much larger than most of the other Greek isles – and that’s why each of them boasts its own, rather distinctive character. Chios is world-known for its Mastic and marine wealth, Samos for its densely forested inland and windsurfing, while Ikaria is famed as the ultimate destination for relaxation and recuperation. Lemnos is ideal for wine lovers and families craving for serene seclusion, while Thassos, much closer to the Macedonian shoreline, attracts motor-crossers and climbers. Lesbos, on the other hand, is renowned for its olive oil and just perfect for day-trip excursions around the island.








The largest of Greek islands, Crete has once been the Queen of the seas and a cultural crossway of immense importance for the western civilization. Dotted with stunning monuments of the Minoan civilization, Crete mesmerizes the visitor with its millennia-old palaces in Knossos, Phaistos, Zakros and Malia, its enigmatic Linear A writing system, world-famed cuisine, traditional villages, and proud yet hospitable islanders. Chania and Rethymno breathe a renaissance beauty, Heraklion offers an array of stunning sights, and Agios Nikolaos a more genuine Cretan ambience. The natural landscape is so diverse, with steep hills taking turns with white-sand beaches (Balos, Vai, Falassarna, and Matala), making the mainland ideal for organized activities like hiking, climbing, off-road rides and the seafront a host for exciting water sports, such as diving, wind-surfing and sailing. An unquestionable “must” is also the pink-sand Elafonissi beach.


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