Steeped in ancient history, Athens is dotted with the fantastic ruins of ancient temples and archeological sites. For more than 2,500 years, a European metropolis has grown around its most significant and eternal landmark, the Acropolis. more
Crete is the largest island in Greece and a fantastic destination steeped in ancient art and architecture. The island’s Minoan Civilization, one of the most brilliant in the world’s history, flourished almost 5000 years ago. more
Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese Islands boasting incredible turquoise beaches, wooded valleys and ancient history. The island has been settled by various civilizations throughout time which is apparent in its architecture more
Since the 1950s, Mykonos has successfully built itself as Greece’s glamorous jet-set destination. Its natural beauty, cosmopolitan character and incredible nightlife options have earned it as one of the “must-see” islands in the world. more
Crescent-shaped Santorini is one of Greece’s most popular islands with good reason. It is famous for its sensational blazing sunsets, the archeological ruins called Akrotiri or the Greek Pompeii, beautiful whitewashed villages and unique volcanic more
Kos, located in the southeastern Aegean Sea, is a diverse landscape of mountains, valleys and beaches ranking it one of the most popular Dodecanese islands to visit. The island boasts small, lovely villages, medieval settlements and ancient more
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Athens is not only the capital of Greece, but also the historical capital of Europe.
Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean.
Located at the crossroads of two significant sea routes of the Mediterranean, the Aegean Sea and the coast of the Middle East, Rhodes is the largest of the Dodecanese islands.
The extraordinary beauty of this island has converted it into one of the top tourism destinations worldwide.
Although Mykonos is one of the smallest islands of the Cyclades complex, it is definitely the most famous one, due to its natural beauty, rich history, cosmopolitan character combined with a wild nightlife, as well as plenty of local color.
Thessaloniki (also called Salonica), located in northern Greece, is the country’s second biggest city. With about a million inhabitants, it is considered Greece’s cultural capital, popular for its festivals, events and exciting cultural life and has recently been ranked by Lonely Planet as the fifth-best party city worldwide.
With a rich landscape varying from desolate rocks to hidden green valleys, alpine climbs and stunning beaches, Kos, the second largest island in the Dodecanese, is full of surprises.
Located in the Ionian sea and immortalized by its nickname ‘the flower of the east’ or ‘fiore di levante’, Zakynthos island has a lot to offer. Apart from its rich natural landscape and wildlife and its beautiful beaches and scenic coasts, Zakynthos is also an island with rich cultural and historical heritage.