Travel back in time as you wander through ancient temples and medieval streets. After that, you can relax on a white beach and dive into a turquoise blue sea. These are our destinations in Greece!
From the magnificent Acropolis, crowned with the iconic Parthenon temple, you look out across the capital of Greece, which is slowly evolving into a modern metropolis. Europe's longest and most beautiful pedestrian promenade takes you through the lively historic centre, where Greeks take their time to endlessly chat and drink countless cups of coffee.
Due to its pristine beauty and strategic location in the Mediterranean Sea, Corfu has always been very popular. You will find many resorts north of Corfu Town, but the island is large enough to escape from the hustle and bustle. Explore cute villages in the forested mountains and relax in one of the lovely bays on a bright cobalt blue sea. Welcome to paradise!
Steep rock formations rise out of a clear blue sea in which turtles swim around shipwrecks. Standing at one of the hairpin bends along the coastline, you will look down at beautiful bays. Sail to the famous Blue Caves of Zakynthos from the island’s most north-easterly fishing village of Aghios Nikolaos. The turquoise colour of the water is almost unreal.
The city of Heraklion is centrally situated on the north coast of the island of Crete. It’s a vibrant city that is often the starting point of the journey. Discover the sun-drenched sandy white beaches on the north side of the island and the high cliffs on the south side. In between you will find dreamy villages, high mountains, and green valleys.
Chania is also called the diamond of Crete because of its Venetian old city centre full of narrow winding streets that lead to the port. Old town houses in Turkish and Venetian style have been transformed into charming restaurants and boutique hotels. The romantic old town is an ideal starting point for hikers heading towards the famous Samaria Gorge.
Surrounded by the most beautiful beaches, this island is full of Greek ruins: you will find centuries-old columns on all sides of the island’s beautiful valleys. Because of its flatness, Kos is also known as the bicycle island. If you’re looking for higher altitudes, you will find these in the small Dikeos mountain range in the south. The view from the mountain village Zia is phenomenal.
This is the largest and most popular among the Dodecanese Islands, to which Kos belongs as well. The maze of streets in the attractive old town of Rhodes will take you back to the days of the Byzantine Empire. Outside of the city you will find wooded valleys and pearly white beaches. The most picturesque town of the island, Lindos, can be found in the south!