Discover the most beautiful Greek destinations in a land with a thousand years of history!

Historical monuments, world-famous archaeological sites and heavenly beaches: Greece offers an exceptional setting for holidays combining the discovery of a rich heritage and lazy breaks. Despite its modest size, Greece has an abundance of surprises to share with visitors, including the Greek islands.


The capital is the place to go in Greece to immerse yourself in the local culture.

Start your visit with a walk in the historical Plaka district on the hillside and follow the route to the Mount Lycabette and its splendid panorama of Athens.

Continue your exploration through the Temples of the Acropolis and the Parthenon, one of the Greek archaeological sites classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Wrap up your day with a trip to Monastiraki Square to enjoy local specialities such as gyros and baklava in a friendly, festive and authentic atmosphere.


Skiathos, one of the Greek islands of the Sporades archipelago, is a must-visit to experience island life.

Its white-walled houses with orange roofs and the paved streets offer you postcard-perfect strolls to explore the island on a lazy stay**.

Nestled at the foot of vertiginous cliffs, the Paralia Lalaria beach offers a breath-taking view of its arch. To the west, the long stretch of golden sand of Mandraki tempts you to relax near the Aegean Sea in the shade of a straw umbrella.

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The second largest island in the country, Euboea Island, has as many interesting archaeological sites as there are beaches. If you’re looking for a place in Greece to discover all the facets of the country, you’ll find it here.

Chalcis, the main city, stretches between island and continent. After discovering the Ottoman Fortress of Karababa, head to the main beach for a lively evening. Many of the island's villages will offer you a variety of fun adventures.

Stop at Kymi for a stroll around its little fishing port and visit its ancient ruins of a Byzantine monastery.

**Limni, its hillside houses and cafes on the bay is another memorable stop during your stay. As for the beaches, they are everywhere!

From the long stretch of golden sand of Agiokambos to the wild beauty of Paralia Chiliadou beach, you will be awed the diverse surroundings.

Euboea, an island of mountains!

If Euboea is especially famous for its heritage and its beaches, it is also an island with several peaks and mountains. The Mountain Dirfyos is its highest mountain, located in the central part of the island. Take a hike against its green slopes to enjoy panoramic views of the Aegean Sea from the highest peak, standing at an altitude of 1,743 metres! Snowshoe outings can be undertaken in this area when there’s snow cover.


South of Athens, in the heart of the Aegean Sea, stand the most famous Greek islands: the Cyclades. This archipelago has more than 250 islands and islets** offering a variety of adventure. Only about twenty of them are inhabited.

Your arrival to Santorini promises to be unforgettable: its volcanic landscape is a striking sight to behold. **Small hilltop villages dotted with blue domes and black sandy beaches await you.

From the hills of Naxos to the port of Naoussa on Paros, where fishermen set up their freshly caught octopus in the sun, to the wild nights of Mykonos, the Cycladic islands each have their own unique character.

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