The Greek Island of Skopelos, second biggest island of the Sporades complex after Skiathos, is one of the most beautiful, below-the-radar islands, also famous for reviving century old traditions. Some of the island’s customs date back to the Ancient Greek era and a visit here is like stepping back in time. The low season period is an ideal time to take advantage of the mild, sunny winters, as well as immerse yourself in all these historic traditions.
Resided in the Aegean Sea and part of the Cyclades Islands, Mykonos knows as one of the most tourists visited destination in Europe. The island offers a complete vacation experience, its cosmopolitan atmosphere with an exciting nightlife is well known among the world celebrities.
Just one and a half hour from the major port of Piraeus, Hydra is one of the most precious gems in the Saronic Gulf. Thanks to its proximity to Athens and its quaint surroundings, Hydra is an ideal weekend destination or...why not a day trip suggestion.
Thanks to its imposing volcano right in the middle of the sea, Santorini is one of the most scenic and beautiful holiday destinations around the world. However, apart from natural beauty, Santorini also boasts a wide range of archaeological sites telling the story of this unique island.
Once famous for its bustling nightlife and the crowds of young people flocking the island every year to party till they drop, Ios has managed to broaden its possibilities, and today smoothly blends joyful days on the beach and lively night entertainment with more chill-out options for those who seek a relaxing holiday in the cosmopolitan ambiance of a whitewashed retreat, like Ios.
It is claimed that Rethymno is the artistic and intellectual capital of Crete thanks to its rich culture and history.
As well as that, the city is also graced by a long sandy beach that stretches for miles. It’s the ideal choice to have the best of both worlds: the ideal summer holiday and an unforgettable Cretan experience.
Greece has plenty of destinations that you have to see, and explore. Each place has a different aspect of history to offer, a true story and a legend. Each monument, each place and every city in Greece bridges the gap between the ancient and the modern.